While having your holiday in Bali, staying at Le Jardin Villas is perfect for nature lovers. Though you might heard some news about how non eco-friendly Bali was, thankfully Bali nowadays is increasingly raising its awareness about nature. Here are some eco-friendly places you can visit during your holiday in Bali :
1. EARTH CAFÉ BALI
This café is “a Whole Life Concept” brand of organic, vegan shops and restaurants providing for all your healthy food and lifestyle needs. Earth Café Bali provides healthy and fresh organic food while also committed to serving the best quality, freshest and most nutritious Mediterranean cuisine. Even better, this café can also tailor made their food to individual dietary or allergy requirements.
Address : Jl. Kayu Aya no 99, Seminyak / Jl. Goutama Selatan, Ubud
2. MUNDUK MODING PLANTATION
Although you are staying at Le Jardin Villas, you can still enjoy the natural wonder of Munduk Moding Plantation. Named as the best Eco-Luxury Resort in Indonesia in 2016 by the World Luxury Hotels Association, you can sample their specialty coffees and learn how they grow, process and roast them. Munduk Moding Plantation is a working coffee plantation that also grow a wide variety of tropical fruits, vegetables and flowers. There is also a forest area, with bamboo growth and lotus ponds. Afterwards, unwind and relax with their heavenly spa treatment.
3. FIVELEMENTS WELLNESS RETREATS
Fivelements Wellness Retreats is an award-winning eco-conscious wellness retreat deeply rooted in the ancient traditions of Bali. At Fivelements, you will be invited to a truly rejuvenating experience combining authentic healing and beauty spa rituals and chef’s specialty tastings based on innovative living foods cuisine. Moreover, you can also take your healing ritual to a deeper mean by taking their blessing ritual, a ritual to purify your body and soul with Balinese blessing.
4. ECO CYCLING
Bali Eco was established in 1999 with the intention of creating tours that offered a unique and rewarding experience to Bali visitors. Bali Eco aimed to show the visitors a view of authentic Bali, by giving them a hands on experience of typical Balinese daily life and a feel for the “magic” and “spirit” of this stunning island, it’s beautiful people and it’s vibrant culture. Whether it be on a mountain bike gliding down on quiet country lanes from Kintamani (literally a place of peace) to Ubud (which means medicine).
5. GREEN VILLAGE HALF DAY TOUR
Green Village is a living community of globally connected individuals who care about nature, originally visioned and developed by John Hardy. You can visit and join their half-day walking tour that begins at Green Village—a master-planned compound perched on the edge of a river valley. Simply immerse yourself in the Green Village lifestyle by visiting their bamboo houses and villas; and indulge your curiosity about how the compound operates sustainably. Please remember that due to high demand, Green Village tours are given by Reservation Only. Reserve yours now so you don’t miss out on a unique Bali experience.