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The Survivalist – Bali Central

Welcome to Bali’s agricultural epicenter. Here we can explore the islands lush green landscapes while taking a stroll through its fresh atmosphere of rolling hills and valleys which have mostly been cultivated into beautiful terraced farmlands. Northern Tabanan is also home to the breathtaking panoramic views of Jatiluwih world heritage site which is renowned for its natural beauty. Here we have the unique opportunity to explore the dense rainforests of Bali and enjoy traditional bamboo steam cooking while learning some interesting and essential survival skills.


Kintamani – Black Lava

Bali’s North-East is brimming with spectacular volcanic landscapes and in the Kintamani region we find it’s unmistakable centerpiece. With it’s peak towering up at an elevation of over 1700m, our active stratovolcano Gunung Batur keeps it’s watchful eye over the Island of the Gods amongst the wispy clouds. The impressive caldera itself is home to 15 villages and a large scenic lake which provides a plentiful resource for farming. Since it’s historic eruption in 1804 and subsequent spews over the last two centuries the volcano basin has become a wonderous geological playground and officially named as part of the Global Geoparks Network.


Memories of Munduk

Feel the cool breeze as we ascend from the coastal plains up to the highlands and along the winding country roads of the Munduk Regency. Be sure to pack your jumper as this area which boasts a more temperate year round climate and significant rainfall offering a welcome relief from the hot and humid temperatures of the South. Secret waterfalls can be found in abundance scattered across the many forested valleys here and the conditions are just perfect for growing vanilla and cloves as well as coffee and cacao plantations such as those around the mountain villages of Kayuputih and Banyuatis.


Batu Karu – Origins

Indonesia is renowned for its wealth of agricultural resources and it’s fertile year round growing conditions, which are mostly in part to its geographical location along one of the worlds most active volcanic belts. Over countless millennia the recurrent eruptions throughout the country’s nearly 7000 islands have enriched the soil and have created the ideal environment for its diversity of local products. Here we will discover the origins of a few of these such as coffee and cacao and learn about Bali’s sustainable agriculture through the grassroots communities and farmers of Batu Karu.