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Become immersed in the traditional Balinese Village at Amandari
Aman is very true to its meaning of peaceful
Enjoy a slightly alternative beach experience on Amankila's black, volcanic sand beach
You will not be able to take your eyes off the view of Borobudur Temple from your Suite at Amanjiwo
Amanwana is home to pristine reefs boasting a rich array of sea-life
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.
Enjoy an unforgettable journey experiencing some of the finest accommodation options Indonesia has to offer. Starting in the remote private island retreat of Bawah, the itinerary takes you east to Bali to stay in one of Ubud’s most indulgent hotels and then onto Sumba to experience the spectacular eco-lodge, Nihi Sumba. This grand adventure comes to an end of the famed coastline of Bali in one of the island's more luxurious beach properties.
Upon arrival in Singapore, you will be met by your guide and driver and driven to your hotel in the heart of the city. Enjoy one night your leisure to explore the city or unwind as you wish.
Today, travel by a mix of car, ferry and sea-plane to the extraordinary private island retreat of Bawah. With five days here at your leisure there is plenty of time to experience all this one-of-a-kind luxury island has to offer. Spend your days exploring its thirteen beaches, enjoy snorkelling and water sports amongst its lagoons and head off along a number of walking trails to discover the local wildlife. In the evenings, enjoy start-gazing, watching a film in the open-air cinema or simply just relax with a delicious dinner.
Your journey continues east across Indonesia to the famed island of Bali and its cultural heart of Ubud. Here, stay at one of Ubud's most scenic hotels next to the river, home to its own temple and rice paddy field.
During your stay, we have included an excursion to meet with a local Brahman for a series of unique Balinese activities including woodcarving, preparing local dishes and a traditional blessing ceremony. The rest of your time in Ubud is at your leisure to explore the town and lush countryside as you wish, heading off of cycle rides and hikes, browsing Ubud's upscale boutiques or unwinding at the hotel.
From Bali, it is a short flight to the island of Sumba where you will spent the next three days at the extraordinary Nihi Sumba.
Back to mainland Bali for three nights at Amankila on the tranquil east coast of the island. Traditional life can still be found in this scenic, peaceful area and the scenery is stunning, with Mount Agung rising in the background. The views from the three-tiered pool at Amankila are second to none, with panoramic views out over the bustling Lombok Straits.
Cycling is one of the best ways of exploring Ubud and its surroundings as the roads are quiet and there are some beautiful routes through paddy fields and villages. If you're lucky you might come across a local festival!
Head out with Amandari's trained guides for a hike or trek through local paddy fields, across streams and up hills to enjoy what is some of Bali's finest scenery.
Not only is white-water rafting an exhilarating experience, it also allows you to see a different side of Bali. Head down Ayung River to see the black glistening gorge walls or travel along the gentle rapids of the Telaga Waja River.
Amankila's beach club offers complimentary activities such as hobie cats, paddle boards, boogie boards and fishing rods. Head down there for the morning or afternoon and make the most of this exhilarating beach location.
Aman XII and Aman XVI are traditional boats that take inspiration from original Jukungs, which are Balinese outriggers. Cruise, either early in the morning or later in the afternoon, along Bali's glorious eastern coast.
Make use of Amankila's fully suspended mountain bikes today. The trip starts with a short drive to a carefully selected site, and from here you'll cycle along quiet rural roads and paths with your guide.
Eastern Bali is fantastic for diving and there's numerous dive sites for you to explore. Head to Blue Lagoon/Tanjung Sari, Nusa Peninda, Gili Mimpang or even Manta Point. The experts at Amankila will recommend the best depending on your experience.
Enjoy an exhilarating rafting experience on Telaga Waja River in Karangasem, perfect for those wanting a fast paced activity.
Bali is renowned for its spectacular surf breaks and year round accessible waves. Enjoy a surfing experience at Amankila that's suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced.
The hills surrounding Amankila are completely unspoiled and provide a perfect location for trekking, whether you are looking for a short walk or a much longer trek. Your guide from Amankila will accompany you.
Spend half a day with Rivers, Oceans, Lands and Ecology (R.O.L.E) Foundation, which is based in southern Bali. This environmental organisation educates local people on environmental awareness as well as women's empowerment.
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