“Welcome back to your Balinese home,” read the note left on the desk inside our villa, personally signed by the general manager. It truly did feel like I was returning to visit an old friend...read more
Bali Turtle Conservation, 2 weeks
The Turtle Conservation project is located on the charming island of Nusa Penida, a 45 minute speedboat ride from mainland Bali. The project is in its early stages and you will work alongside a local team and help protect the endangered sea turtles of Indonesia. You will contribute to turtle cons...
Travel Dates: 1 July 2020 - 30 June 2021
Villas are fast becoming the most popular accommodation choice for those visiting Bali. It’s no wonder considering you have most of the luxuries a high-end hotel provides such as a swimming pool and massage services. Combined this with ample space, self-catering facilities, and personal staff, and you’ve got your very own private oasis in the midst of Bali.
Why stay in a Bali villa
- Spacious and comfortable
- Private pools
- Full kitchen facilities to accommodate self-catering
- Secluded and private with few or no other guests
- Personal staff
Your own piece of paradise
Perhaps the greatest drawcard of staying in a villa while visiting Bali is the sense of being able to immerse yourself in your own private paradise. Villas provide you with an intimate escape away from bustling resorts and high-rise hotels teeming with travellers, and replace the fast-paced vibe with a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere.
Villas can be completely private for you to enjoy with your family and friends, or some are grouped with other villas with few shared facilities. Not only do you have the luxury of privacy while staying in a villa, but you’ll also have personal staff to assist with cleaning and cooking, to ensure you can make the most of relaxing on your holiday.
Spacious bedrooms, separate bathrooms, open-plan living areas and oversized sun-decks – you will find all this and more within Bali’s many beautiful villas. From studios through to lavish five bedrooms villas such as The Istana, you can find all the comfort and space you need with holidaying, with many rooms boasting outdoor showers and soaking tubs.
Guest rooms connect to a large open-plan living and dining area as well as a fully-equipped kitchen, which offers you the option to self-cater and enjoy delicious home-cooked meals without having to leave the comfort of your villa.
Take a quiet dip
Most would agree that when on a beautiful tropical holiday, the icing on the cake would have to be a refreshing swimming pool, perhaps all to yourself? Well this is an easy feat when booking your Bali villa holiday package. Most of the villas dotted throughout Bali will indulge you with private swimming pools or spa baths that you can use at leisure.
While this is an expected facility, there is one difference. Instead of running down to a resort pool first thing in the morning with the hope of scoring a sunlounge, you can wander from your spacious villa, across the sundrenched deck to laze on your plush day bed or cabana before enjoying a swim by yourself – or with your friends if you allow them.