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Yoga holidays and retreats in Bali

Carrot, a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean is calling! Within the midst of the many islands of Indonesia, Bali is alive with culture, history, and rituals it is a feast for the senses and the soul. From perfectly formed rice terraces to paradise islands, this is a destination that will leave you with stories to tell.

Visit the cultural hub of Ubud, filled with temples, ancient trees and a diverse artistic community. Your taste buds will be more than satisfied with some of the world’s most incredible cafes and foods to enjoy.

The neighbouring island of Nusa Lembongan is only a short boat ride away but feels like another world! Surrounded by crystal clear waters, white-sand beaches and palm-lined trails it is paradise, found! Explore mangrove forests, get lost along the sandy lanes and find your way over the infamous yellow bridge to neighbouring Nusa Ceningan. There is so much to do!

Whether on mainland Bali or the islands, you will spend your days embracing the blissful nature around you and the stunning sights above and below the waves. Be enchanted by the smiles of the Balinese people and the incredible culture of this spiritual yoga holiday in Bali.

 

Culture and Islands Yoga Holiday Bali 2023

Culture and Islands Yoga Holiday Bali 2023

Bali Yoga Holiday Locations

  • Situated in Ubud for 4 nights and the island of Nusa Lembongan for 6 nights.
  • In Ubud you will explore this amazing city – there is lots to see and do here. This is the culture heart of the trip with fascinating and inspiring tours and experiences.
  • Nusa Lembongan is time to relax at your oceanfront villa with direct beach access and great beach bars and cafes walking distance away.
  • The Ubud venue has a pool, rice paddie views and a beautiful top floor yoga shala.
  • The Nusa Lembongan boasts two infinity pools, an in house massage suite and direct beach access.
  • Travel by private boat between Bali and Nusa Lembongan.

FAQ's for Bali

What will the weather be like?

September is a great time to go to Bali. It is the last month of the dry season but occasional afternoon rains mean everything is green, lush and bursting with life! Being the tropics, you can expect a little bit of everything. Glorious sun, some cloud and some blissful, air clearing afternoon rain from time to time while we are in Ubud is the norm. On Nusa Lembongan we will get clear blue skies and divine ocean breezes.

How do I get there?

If you are coming from the UK, we recommend that you book your flight to arrive the day before the pickup day and time - which is 2pm. It is a long flight so you get to arrive, stay a night at a hotel next to the airport to rest and meet the group the next day to start your adventure.

You can find out how to get there on our Bali yoga holiday page and scroll down to the bottom.

Will the food be vegan friendly?

In Ubud breakfast and two dinners are included. The other two nights will mean we can explore the amazing, very vegan friendly, restaurants! The food in Nusa Lembongan will be vegan/veggie Indonesian meals created by our in house chefs. Let us know what your dietary needs are in your customer portal on booking so we can cater for you.

Do I need to bring a yoga mat?

Yes, you do. Please bring your own yoga mat.

Can I get a refund if I get covid?

As we are emerging out of the pandemic, we are reverting back to our usual Terms and Conditions. We recommend that you buy travel insurance that has a coronavirus policy that suits your needs so that you can claim in any unforeseen circumstance that may arise.

What is the group size?

The group is 12 guests and 2 AdventureYogi retreat team leaders.