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Bali Adventure Balance Trip

Want to discover Bali, and do some volunteering work? This 4 week trip is designed to give you the chance to meet new people, learn a new culture, treat yourself to the idyllic beaches of Bali, push yourself out of your comfort zone, volunteer with sea turtles & find your inner zen with a Yoga retreat.

 A fabulous month you’ll remember for the rest of your life!

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At a glance:

Volunteering: Balinese trip and volunteer with sea turtles

Accommodation: Dormitory style rooms or private accommodation

Meals: Three meals during the week and two meals during weekends

Dates: Each Monday

Minimum stay: 4 weeks

 

About the Bali Balance Adventure 

Week One: Bali Introduction Week 

Get ready for an action packed week full of exciting adventures, cultural excursions to learn about Balinese culture and getting to know the rest of the group!

Throughout the week, you will get to learn the basics of Balinese language, explore Ubud and its surrounding areas, learn how to do a Balinese Batik painting and finally immerse in the Balinese culture by receiving a real exposure.

Week Two: Bali Adventure Week

This action-packed week begins by visiting the site of an active volcano – Kintamani!. 

The first activity of the week involves a bicycle tour offering you a magnificent view of Mt. Batur and the surrounding landscape and takes you through spice plantations and rice fields. 

On the next day of the adventure, you will be spending the day at a Southern Bali beach and visiting the Turtle Conservation Village. 

Days 3 and 4 involve rafting down the beautiful Ayung river and a hike at sunrise up Mt. Batur. 

The last planned activity for the week is a relaxing Balinese massage which will relieve you of any aches and pains from the active week so the only thing you take back with you are wonderful memories!.

Week Three: Bali Sea Turtle Volunteer Week

This week is the chance to give something back - to be project gives you the chance to experience this magical place as well do something good with your time there being involved with preserving the endangered sea turtles and teaching English at a local school. 

Sea Turtles, also known as Green Turtles, are an endangered species and are currently being illegally trafficked and traded on the black market. At the rate that they are being slaughtered and sold, there will one day be no more sea turtles left.

Work alongside a local team who are passionate about protecting the sea turtles from extinction!

You will be involved in research, feeding, and monitoring the sea turtles. 

Depending on the time of the year since turtles do not nest all year round, you may be identifying turtle species, collecting eggs, monitoring nests or seeing hatchlings get safely to sea.

Week Four: Bali Yoga & Meditation Week

This program helps you to get rid of stress, anxiety and physical ailments by engaging in Yoga. If you are searching for means to get rid of both physical and psychological stresses, the program will help you with reaching your expectations.

 A great opportunity to relax and unwind after all of your hard work!


Accommodation

  • The Balinese place great importance on family and our houses are located amongst Balinese compounds, where you will get the chance to interact with local families and practice your newfound language skills. 
  • You can expect to share a room (dormitory style) on single gender basis.
  • If you select the private accommodation option, you will be given a private room with an attached bathroom.
  • There are local laundry services around the village

Meals

  • Three meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the week and two meals (breakfast, dinner) during weekends
  • Indonesian food is tasty and diverse and you can expect to experience a myriad of flavors and meals during your stay. Typical dishes included mie goreng (fried noodles and vegetables), nasi goreng (fried rice and vegetables) or gado gado (mixed vegetables with a satay sauce). For those who do not eat meat, Indonesian cooking uses a lot of tofu and tempeh (soy beans), we also provide for some of western dish Breakfasts are varied and include pancakes, fresh fruit, toast etc.
  • Tea, coffee and purified water is available at the house. We do not recommend that you drink the tap water.

What's Included?

All Bali projects include:
  • meals and accommodation
  • transfers and support in country 24/7
  • we help arrange flights and insurance at no extra cost

 

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