Rest in the embrace of nature. Glampings and campings in Bali.

Tropical jungles, picturesque beaches, and mystical culture - all of this you will find on the Island of Gods, even if you're staying in a regular hotel. But if you're looking for something heartfelt and cozy, like tents, campfires, and guitars, that's available here too. Introducing campings and glampings in Bali.
These two trends in the tourism industry offer an alternative perspective on staying amidst nature with varying degrees of comfort. Glampings, unlike traditional campings where guests are provided with tents and basic amenities, offer unique accommodation options such as stylish tents, canopies, domes, and wooden bungalows. They are usually equipped with all the essentials for a comfortable stay, including comfortable beds, private bathrooms, electricity, hot water, and sometimes even air conditioning and Wi-Fi.
In Bali, you can currently find quite a number of very good glampings and a few camping spots. However, when it comes to camping, you should understand that staying in a tent without air conditioning during the day in Bali can be quite challenging.

Bali Jungle Camping

If you want to have a unique camping experience, in this case, glamping, you should consider trying out Bali Jungle Camping. This environmentally-friendly resort is located in Desa Padangan, Tabanan, a two-hour drive from Kuta. You can also rent cottages there if the intriguing campsites don't suit you. Bali Jungle offers a variety of activities: hiking to Bali's second-highest peak - Mount Batukaru (800m, minimum 2 people), yoga, picnics, Balinese massages, bike rides, and Balinese cooking courses, which include visits to the local market early in the morning. The cost of additional services is around 200,000 IDR. Accommodation prices range from 480,000 to 980,000 IDR per night and include two types of tents: Geo Dome Tent and Parachute Tent. You can make reservations on their website.

Sang Giri- Mountain Glamping Camp

This glamping site is situated in the mountainous region of Jatiluwih's rice terraces, which are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Guests are offered the opportunity to stay in a camp hidden within a dense tropical forest. You can choose from several types of glamping tents (deluxe and grand deluxe), all of which provide views of the rice terraces and the Jatiluwih mountains. The tents are styled in an African theme, featuring spacious wooden interiors, private terraces, bathrooms with toilets and showers, an outdoor whirlpool bathtub, and a yoga platform. The glamping site also offers bicycle rentals, lanterns, umbrellas, and binoculars. For an additional fee, there are activities available such as trekking, temple visits, and Balinese cooking lessons.
The cost of accommodation starts from 589,000 Indonesian Rupiah per night.

Babocabin Kintamani

A camping site with a mesmerizing view of Mount Batur, its caldera, and the lake. You can even enjoy the view without getting out of bed. The place is located approximately two and a half to three hours' drive from Kuta. Upon arrival, you'll need to navigate stairs and pathways, so it's better to arrive during daylight. The area is mountainous, and it can get cool and even cold at night and in the evening, so bring warm clothing and not just flip-flops but closed-toe shoes as well. The cost of the camp starts from 925,000 Indonesian Rupiah. Interestingly, the camping policy prohibits alcohol. I doubt they'll kick you out if you have a glass of wine, but this point is mentioned on the booking page. The company Bobo offers accommodation in their cottages not only in Kintamani but also in Ubud, as well as in many beautiful places throughout Indonesia.

Kanva Ubud

Romantic luxury glamping in Ubud. The cottages have everything you need and even more, such as an outdoor jacuzzi. The camp is located far from noisy areas, providing ample opportunities to enjoy the tranquility and wild nature of this mountainous region in Bali. The tents are more akin to rooms in a five-star hotel, and their cost will indeed remind you of those hotels. One night here comes at a substantial five million Indonesian Rupiah, but satisfied customers and the rating of this glamping site suggest that it's worth it.
Customer review: "I had an amazing weekend in beautiful Ubud. We stayed at the most luxurious tent camp 'KAVNVA,' and it was stunningly romantic and healing. With the best jungle view, and all the staff were very friendly and willing to help, it couldn't have been better. Thank you very much!"

Alam Caldera Glamping

A beautiful glamping spot in Kintamani with a view of Mount Batur, Lake Batur, and Mount Abang. There are two types of accommodations. The "tipi" tent - small and might feel quite cozy, but there's another type of tent that's a bit larger. Inside, it can be quite warm during the day, and as is typical in the mountains, cool at night.
The bathroom and shower facilities are shared. For dinner and breakfast, a self-service barbecue package is offered with a decent selection of meat, as well as tofu and vegetables. It's worth noting that like in other places in Kintamani, there are quite a few flies in the camp.
The cost for a larger tent starts from 900,000 Indonesian Rupiah for two people with breakfast, but without barbecue, and 1,100,000 IDR with barbecue. For the smaller tent, it's 450,000 and 625,000 IDR respectively.

Ecommunity Farmstay and Yoga

This eco-glamping site is located on the heights of Mount Bratan. Every morning, you can witness how clouds and mist spread, embracing the mountains somewhere beneath you. To contemplate this spectacle, you're offered three types of accommodations: studio, cottage, and tent. They are nestled amidst coffee and carnation plantations. Also, there's a restaurant on-site where they prepare food exclusively from organic products. The tent will cost you 850,000 per night, the cottage 1,249,000, and the studio 2,300,000. If it's your birthday, the hospitable community will grant you a 15% discount on food.
+62 821-4795-1615

Puncak Lestari Camp

This is a classic camping spot where you can enjoy a beautiful view and cool weather. You'll be able to admire the beauty of Bedugul (Central Bali) from the top of the Agro Puncak Bukit Lestari hill. From here, you can witness both sunrise and sunset, as well as see Lake Danau Beratan. For those who want to spend the night here, tents for two or four people are provided. The rental cost is around 300,000 IDR per night, including electricity, sleeping bags, pillows, mats, and hot water. And if you simply want to have a picnic here, that option is also available.
WhatsApp for booking: +6283111020333.

Maha Gangga Valley

This is a camping spot located on Jalan Raya Tirta Gangga in the village of Ababi. Amidst rice fields and terraces, you'll find the Maha Gangga camping. Guests can enjoy a beautiful sunrise over the Maha Gangga Valley and relax in cabins with quite intriguing designs, starting at 800,000 IDR per day. The cabin accommodates two adults and two children. The cost includes breakfast with a traditional Balinese menu, coffee or tea, mineral water, camping equipment, pillow, blanket, flashlight, electricity, campfire, trekking, river bathing, and interesting selfie spots.

Sunrise Hill Camp

Glamping with a natural hot spring on the premises. Accommodation in beautiful tents available in various sizes. Views of the volcano and Lake Batur. The sunrises in this place are truly magnificent. In a standard tent, you'll find a bed, a bedside table with a mirror, and a fan, all designed in a cozy and charming manner. In the larger VIP tent, there's a private pool with water from the hot spring. The cost for a standard tent is 400,000 IDR on weekdays and 600,000 IDR on weekends.
WhatsApp: 081237576767

Bali  Beach Glamping

Another glamping option, but this time right on the coast. Situated directly on the beach in Tabanan, the tents of this resort camping are adjacent to an infinity pool, a bar, a restaurant overlooking the ocean and rice fields. The tents are spacious, have multiple entrances, and include all the necessities for comfort, such as a toilet, shower, refrigerator, sofa, and a small table. An additional sleeping space can be added upon request. For entertainment, the camp offers campfire picnics, barbecues, bike rides, cooking lessons, and poolside breakfasts. Yoga classes and spa treatments are also available. The cost per night will be 850,000 IDR and higher. You can check available dates and prices in the booking section on the website.
WhatsApp: 081280015758

Bali Cliff Glamping

An excellent glamping site situated between Candidasa and Amed, perched atop a cliff overlooking the ocean. You'll have access to small but incredibly comfortable tents with stylish designs, private showers, toilets, and splendid views of both sunrise and sunset.
Infinity pool, towels, welcome drink, and sun loungers under umbrellas are provided. There's a fantastic restaurant with a good selection of European dishes available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner: avocado toast, hummus, grilled fish, and more.
The cost for one night in a tent is around one million Indonesian Rupiah. There's an option to add breakfast for 150,000 IDR.

Hideaway Glamping

Glamping with an excellent view of Mount Batur. Surely you've come across its photos somewhere on your social media, as the view is very Instagram-worthy. The service and cleanliness are of a high standard.
Your own shower and toilet in each tent. Breakfast is included in the cost.
Phone: +62 87715305222
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