Airport transfer in Bali

Book your airport transfer in Bali with the most reliable operators to enjoy an exclusive service on your holidays: pre-booked with a fixed priced, all-inclusive prices and English-speaking drivers to meet all your requirements. Transfers to and from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar to your resort or hotel.

Taxi2Airport

The most affordable private airport transfer service around the world, offering better quality than Uber and taxis. It includes 20min of free waiting time, taxes and tolls; and it can be managed on their app.
Price from: 11$

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Holiday Taxis

Holiday Taxis' private transfer includes 30 minutes of waiting time, 24/7 hotline and flexible cancellation. They also offer Minivan transfers for the same price!
Price from: 12$

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GroundLink

Schedule your ride in advance and enjoy your holidays with this American car service operator. They guarantee the professional driver will be on time or your next ride will be for free. 100% reliable!
Price from: 34$

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Blacklane

Blacklane is a global limousine operator, but in Bali it only offers a SUV/Business VAN for groups of up to 5 passengers. Meet&greet, 60 minutes of free waiting time and all-inclusive prices are great perks for booking with Blacklane.
Price from: 64$

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Reasons to book a car service Are taxis safe in Bali? Tips to hail taxis at Denpasar Airport Does Uber operate in Bali?

Why booking a black car in Bali is a good idea

The best alternative to Uber and taxi in Bali

Uber does not operate in Bali, and the other ride-hailing companies (Grab and Go-Jek) are not allowed to pick-up passengers from the airport. Taxis in Bali are known for their scams, so are you gonna risk your holidays for 10$?

Bali coverage

Most of our customers book airport transfers from/to the Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar, but we cover all destinations in the island, including Kuta, Canggu, Seminyak, Ubud, etc.

The best for your holidays

Avoid the stress on your holidays in Bali and pre-book your airport transfer with a professional car service: no currency exchange, no cash, no unexpected surcharges or re-routes.

Booking in advance: no surprises

Booking your black car ride in advance only brings peace of mind: no surge, assurance that a driver will be at the pick-up point at least 15 minutes before the established time, all-inclusive prices, 24/7 English-speaking hotline and many other benefits no other service can match.

Are taxis safe in Bali?

Short answer: it depends. If you Google “Bali taxi mafia” you will get an idea of how things work in Denpasar and surroundings: taxi drivers have several scams going on, which include not using the meter, re-routing to random areas or day tours.

The best advice is to avoid taxis altogether. Renting a motorbike or upgrading your airport transfer to a car service are some of the best alternatives to the scammy and not so safe taxis in Bali. Also, you will be pre-booking your transfer with Taxi2Airport or GroundLink and paying by credit card, avoiding last-minute surcharges.

Tips for hailing a taxi in Denpasar

Blue Bird is the only taxi company that will not try to scam you. They are available around Denpasar, Canggu, Seminyak… but not in Ubud.

Always ask for the meter. If the cab driver says it’s broken or that it doesn’t work at night, look for another taxi. Fixed fares are a scam and you’d be overpaying.

Taxis are a good way of transportation for short trips or airport transfers. For longer trips, try booking Uber’s alternative in Bali: Grab or Go-Jek.

Taxis usually don’t accept credit cards, so bring some cash with you.

Does Uber operate in Bali?

No, Uber pulled out of Bali, Indonesia and the entire South East Asia in March 2018 when it sold its business in the region to its main competitor Grab.

Still, ride-hailing is widely unsafe in Bali due to taxi riots and attacks. For example, you will probably not be able to take a Grab or Go-Jek from the Denpasar airport due to the taxi lobbying. Taxi drivers will ask for a fixed -and expensive- fare and only in cash.

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