Description of Glamping Units
Choose between two different suites.
The timber-interior Rejang Suites offer a luxurious room for two with a carved, four-poster bed. Located on the upper floors of this enchanting Javanese house, the window views overlook the rice paddy fields and the sea. Each suite includes a private spa area with a bathtub and an adjacent day-bed.
The Dedari Suites are surrounded by a tropical garden, with a massive canopy bed for two, as well as a daybed. There is a tropical plunge pool outside the suites, a private spa area, and an open-air bathroom.
Prices are listed for the low season. Please inquire for other prices. Read More
There are five restaurants, each one distinct from the rest, ranging from authentic village recipes to complex, three-course dining. Guests can feed their mind, body, and soul at the on-site spa that offers a variety of relaxing and healing treatments based on ancient Indonesian traditions. The staff can also perform Manta therapy as well as other spiritual treatments.
- Airport transfer
- BBQ grill
- Concierge service
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Laundry service
- Meeting room
- Outdoor pool
There is a promotional offer available right now at this glamping site. They are currently offering 30% off the best available rate for stays between January 6th and March 31st.
Location + Surroundings
Nestled under lush tropical trees and near a sandy beach shore, this romantic glamping site invites glampers to the chic surfing beach of Canggu in Bali. Hidden along the island’s southern coast, this small Indonesian village is encircled by green paddy fields where an ancient temple lies in the distance. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Body treatments
- Horseback riding
Dining at this glamping site is an event of its own, where guests can learn about the native culture through a time-traveling tour of the delicious and meticulously-chosen meals. Whether eating comfort village food with bare hands or feasting on extravagant meals fit for kings, visitors will tickle their taste buds while admiring the distinct presentations and history of each plate. After trying such complex dishes, guests may feel inspired to take a cooking class, which begins at the local market and ends in a traditional Balinese kitchen. Other on-site courses include a Balinese dance class, a floral arrangement class, as well as yoga and Pilates classes. For nature lovers, there are plenty of guided tour options around the area, from horseback riding, biking, to a Balinese-style horse-drawn carriage ride into the sunset.