6 traditional villas sized from 48 to 54 sqm, comprising generous living space and luxury bedrooms. Each villa has its own kitchen and bathroom - perfectly framed by large romantic tropical gardens set in the heart of the beautiful Balinese countryside.
Bali eco Adventure is perfectly located 5 minutes from the beautiful renowned rice terraces of Tegallalang; 12 km North of Ubud. Situated in the charming village of Bayad, famous for its miraculous underground labyrinth and unforgettable sacred cave “Goa Maya”. Come and discover one of the world´s largest collections of tropical rain forest fruit, spices, medicine herbs and rice paddy fields - full of fun and adventure, awaiting your discovery...READ MORE
Bali Eco Adventure offers a large dining area at the centre of the resort; catering for up to 30 guests. Local and international healthy dishes are on offer. The large restaurant space is ideal for presentations, meetings and organised traditional cultural arts. The Restaurant is under Swiss Management.
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We booked this tour on a travel agents advice with no pre-conceived ideas. During the trek we were shown a myriad of flora and fauna and wildlife. Within the 5 hectares we saw butterflies, fruits, herbs, spices, trees, and flowers many with medicinal qualities. The 2 mile trek also took us through a labyrinth of caves around 700 years old now used as a place of meditation. We finished with the most delicious local cuisine lunch. There is also a villa for rent! Our personal guide Putra? had worked with foundation since 2007 and has seen the growth from conception to fruition. Completely breath taking! You will not believe your eyes!!!!KarenCambridge, United Kingdom
We got to know the Flora and Fauna of Bali the best you ever could, enjoyed our greatest meals during our Bali-trip last summer in Bali-Eco and explored nature and exotic fruits with all our senses. I would recommend a visit and a night or even weeks on this beautiful place on earth to everyone who searches for some calmness and an adorable piece of nature. We even learned how to make "Kopi"(café) on your own and were able to taste it. We even enjoyed a musical attraction there and learned how to play the traditional bamboo flute. The guides explained everything in great English. The staff made our trip even more enjoyable! Thanks to all of you!KatrinFrom Stuttgart, Germany