Villa 'Paradise' is a beachfront villa situated in North-East coast of Bali.
This is one of the units of Octopus Villas compound.
It's build in tropical modern style and comfortable for accommodating 2 people.
For a couple with a child we can provide baby-cot or put mattress on the floor. Spacious air-conditioned bedroom is combined with bathroom that leads to open sunny shower. Small kitchen near Infinity pool, wooden deck with two sun beds and gazebo are situated in hidden zone near the villa. In the direction of the ocean you'll find half open living room with ocean view. There is a DVD, a sofa and a coffee table with two armchairs. Stone path will lead you to the second wooden deck also with the sun beds right on the beach, where you can relax enjoying the ocean view, make massages or have a romantic candlelight dinner with a bottle of wine.
All the territory of the villa and the pool belong to you during the period of your stay. 40 meters from the villa there is a place for staff, that clean the villa and cook for you if needed. Nobody will disturb you and the ladies come only at the time that was discussed with you before. There is a cell phone at the villa that you can use for communication with the owners or the staff. Also you can bring it with during the day trip.
We can help you in arranging tours around the island, massages, yoga, fishing, kayaking and diving.
There is a nice reef in front of the villa both for snorkeling and diving, equipment is available for rent. Also you can enjoy the view of northern part of the Bali from the ocean during the fishing or romantic trip on our speed boat.
Close to villa 'Paradise' is situated 1BR villa 'Sunrise' that was build according the same project.
The only difference is that 'Sunrise' doesn't have a living room and the jungle path to the beach is not paved. The rent price of 'Sunrise' villa is lower on 20%.
Our staff will be happy to cook for you and serve the meals the villa. You can either prepay the meals for the whole period of your stay $15 per person per day or pay on arrival breakfast - $4, lunch - $6, dinner - $9.
For traveling around the island you can rent a car with a driver $55 per day (up to 4 people) or a scooter $10 per day for short distance trips.
Dive equipment is possible for rent for diving at the good home reef and at the nearest dive sites (the speedboat is available for renting).
Rent charges for one day:
- snorkeling equipment (including boots, fins, mask and snorkel) $5.
- underwater spare gun (per day) $20.
- diving equipment (SCUBA) $20.
- tank $15.
- guide assistance by a certified rescue diver (PADI), including a pre-dive briefing / per dive $25.
- OWD (PADI Open Water Diver course) (3 days) / person $400.
- boat rent / per hour / per day $40 / $200.
- kayak with glass window / per day (we have 2) $15.
- fishing with a local fisherman $20 per hour.
On the local reefs (including home reef): $40 per dive (the guide is included).
Wreck diving - $ 60 (including diving equipment, transportation, guide and government taxes).
Day # 1
7.00 (5 min drive )
Visit the Traditional Morning Market in Les village (6-9 a.m). Check on the exotic fruits!
8.00 Waterfall in Les Village (5 min drive + 30 minutes walk one way). There is no entrance fee, but they ask for small donation (Rp. 20 000 - 50 000)
Day # 2 (half day trip - an hour drive one way).
Two Water palaces: Tirta Ganga and Taman Ujung in Amplapura area
Tirta Ganga (Water of the Ganges) is the site of a holy temple, some great water features and some of the best view of the rice fields. Nice place to stop for around one hour or so.
Taman Ujung – the last king of Karangasem built this grand water palace, but it was damaged by earthquake. A part of old palace is surrounded by ponds and terraces.
Day # 3 8.30 (pick up)
Rafting on Telaga Waja river. As you float along, you can admire the wild jungles and rice paddies. Dress to get wet and bring something dry for afterwards. The price is from $ 50-79 (discounts are common).
Besakih Temple - the most ancient and most important temple in Bali. In fact, it is an extensive complex of 23 separate-but-related temples. Unfortunately, many people find it disappointing, because the holy place turned out to be a tourist object. There a great number of “guides” who will tell you that you need their service. You don’t. The reason is you might be hit with a huge fee at the end of the tour. Fixed entrance fee is 15.000 Rp.
Day # 4 (pick up 4.30 a.m.)
Volcano hiking (Gunung Batur). Start hiking at 6 a.m. The longest route will take around 2 hours one way. From the top you will enjoy gorgeous sunrise and beautiful views of the lake. Guides will provide breakfast, cooking an egg or banana in the steaming holes at the top of volcano. Bring some warm close with you as it chilly in the mountains in the early morning. Guide service is 400 000 Rp (for a group max 4 people)
Tegalalng Street is a handicraft shops street, where the majority of it made and spread out all over the world.
Day # 5 (half day trip)
Local Weaving Factory (15 km from the villa)
Art Zoo – the outdoor art gallery of an American artist Symon who has lived in Bali since 1972 and has a taste for the exotic. Outside his place is sign saying ‘Danger Art!‘. Symon’s paintings use very vivid colors .The place itself is an artist’s dream, plenty of light and places for hanging the art. The view from the upstairs loft is great too overlooking the ocean. (20 minutes drive - Singaraja direction).
Chinese Temple, a riot of gold paint, red and yellow paper lanterns and crouching dragons.
Day # 6 (day trip)
Monkey Forest. Have a nice walk through the cool jungle with its riverside trails, super-sized trees and moss-covered temples with plenty of monkeys living there.
Bali Bird Park and Reptilarium. The largest and the finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world. 1000 birds of 250 different species, within 2 hectares of botanical garden. Legendary komodo dragon, king cobra, iguanas, crocodiles, turtles…
Ubud is an art center of Bali, its cultural capital. There a lot of galleries, artists’ studious and art shops.
Day # 7
Hot Springs. Surrounded by lush jungle-like gardens, this hot springs are guaranteed to relax you.
Buddhist monastery Bali’s only Buddhist monastery is a mini Borobudur, full of grey stone stupas and an overriding sense of calm.
Bedugul. There is a temple and a park on the beautiful lake.
Botanic garden Different kinds of flowers and trees from all over Indonesia.
There are plenty more to see and to do in Bali, just ask!
You can rent the car with a driver ($55 per day) or a scooter ($10 per day) and explore the island. As soon as you arrive we will inform you about the places that are worth to visit