Bali really isn't a wildlife destination, it is much more of a cultural centre but I enjoyed myself immensely. The people were fantastic, and their unique take on Hinduism blew me away. The colours, sights and smells were simply on a different level, quite different to the Hinduism I had experienced in India.
As this is a wildlife blog, I will be posting the wildlife images I did manage to capture whilst I was there, but at a later stage I might just add a cultural post too!
First off ... monkeys, Crab-eating Macaques in fact! These cheeky little fellows live around the island but are easiest to see at the monkey temples across the island. Perhaps the best known of these is in the cultural centre of Ubud, this is where I spent the morning photographing these fascinating primates.
Birdlife is rather scarce on the island except in the mountainous forests that still cover the west of the island but there is other wildlife ... primarily creepy crawlies and insects galore.