Adventures

Amandari, perched on sacred ground in the Ayung River gorge, looks over cascading rice paddies and Hindu shrines

Adventure & Cultural Experiences at Amandari

Bali is blessed with natural beauty, a balmy climate and rich traditions upheld by its deeply spiritual people. Volcanoes skirted by terraced rice paddies drop to a breathtaking coastline, and villages and temples dot the landscape. Amandari arranges bespoke experiences and tailor-made adventures anywhere on the island.
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Village Artisans

Ubud is Bali’s artistic heart, full of galleries and home to many artists, while the villages nearby have been known for centuries for the work of their artisans. Visit the tucked away village ateliers of silversmiths, wood carvers and Balinese painters, or take a lesson with an artist living nearby.
 
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Island of the Gods

Sacred springs, shrines and statues dot the wilderness of the Ayung River Valley, and regular festivals give the decorated villages a carnival-like atmosphere. Amandari can arrange private excursions to ancient temples, personalised blessings and walks that reveal the spiritual aspect of Balinese culture.
 
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On Winding Trails

Discover Bali’s countryside with our expert local guides. Trek along a ridge high above the river, with banyan trees framing views across the gorge, or mountain bike through forests and rice paddies. All on its own with spectacular views, our remote hillside bale is ideal for private picnics.
 
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Living History

The Balinese calendar is peppered with important festivals, which means that the island’s temples are always full of life. Some of the temples close to Amandari date back as early as the eighth century: Pura Agung Gunung Raung boasts one of Bali’s longest pavilions, and Gunung Kawi is renowned for its woodcarvings.
 
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An Avian Paradise

The Taman Burung Bali Bird Park is home to more than 250 tropical species, including the rare Pesquet’s Parrot and Balinese Starling. Committed to the preservation of Indonesia’s birdlife, the park is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of the birds.
 

Special requests

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