Complimentary Morning Walk
Every day from 07.00 AM
“An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day”-Henry David Thoreau
Start your awesome day by morning walking to the silungan village; it will be a good exercise and worth experience. You can inhale pure oxygen, enjoy rice field view and many of coconut (nyuh) trees. We invite you to see the other side of Bali, how locals live from your own perspective. You will learn and observe how rice is made as most of the farmer still do traditional ways in farming. For your comfort, we recommend you to wear anti-slip shoes because there are plenty of muddy paths.
Live like a Balinese Farmer
Discover more about Bali's tradition and culture by experiencing how to live like a Balinese Farmer. This program cover how the Balinese still do traditional agricultural activities, such as plant the rice, plowing the field using the conventional tools, and manage traditional irrigation system, called subak.
Campuhan Adventure (5-hours)
Campuhan ridge walk is a beautiful walk which is filled with greenery and hills. Campuhan is one of the most photogenic places in Bali; it offers you the green landscape of Ubud with the best view during sunrise or sunset. As the walk is pretty exposed to the sun, we recommend you to start in the early morning or late afternoon, so the atmosphere is more comfortable.
Whether this is your first trip or you have visited Bali for many times, exploring the nature of the culture of Bali will never be boring. You also can contribute your role to the local community’s economy by buying the souvenirs to bring home from the local sellers, bargain the price offered, feel the atmosphere of the traditional market that will be very interesting.
Melukat – Balinese Purification Ceremony
Derived from lukat, which means purify, Melukat aims to refine mind inside human body from the bad elements. This ceremony is mostly held after bad things happened to someone, like they got sick, had been in an accident, or merely feel restless. Balinese do believe the power of water, which is a crucial element in Balinese ceremony either as a blessing or as cleansing our negative energy.