Bali Bliss 2024

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bali Bliss

Spirit , Nature & Community

January 13 – 25, 2024

JOURNEY HIGHLIGHTS

Join Cross Cultural Journeys on an amazing journey to experience the beautiful and enchanting Isle of Bali. Explore the Balinese practices of Tri Hita Karana, a Hindu saying meaning, "to live in harmony with the natural world, community, and spirit." From the cultural and artistic hub of Ubud, travel to remote villages nestled deep in the jungle, and to beaches along the north coast. Observe traditional ceremonies and rituals that the Balinese celebrate in joyful expression of reverence for their ancestors, gods, families, and the beauty of the natural world that surround them. Trip leaders will provide unique opportunities to unlock the secrets of Bali's deeply spiritual island way of living. You will return home with your world changed forever.

• Visit artisan villages filled with batik, hand-woven fabrics, silversmiths and woodcarvers

• Daily morning yoga practice

• Experience a cleansing ceremony at a water temple

• Take a meditative walk around the rice terraces

• Once-in-a-lifetime sunrise hike to Mt Batur

• Visit a local coffee plantation for a tasting and tour

• Partake in cultural workshops making offerings and learning Batik painting

• Immerse yourself in a sound healing experience

• Watch an evening performance at the Ubud Palace

• Stay at a luxury Eco Village surrounded by lush nature

• Visit the Sangeh Monkey Sanctuary, Ulun Danu Temple and Banyumala Waterfall

• Participate in cultural workshops like plant medicine and wood carving

• Learn Balinese cooking from our guide as he welcomes us to his village

• Explore meditative rainforest bathing and temple walks

• Visit North Bali: Lovina Beach and Banjar Hot Spring

• Watch the sunset on a glass-bottom boat cruise around the coral reefs

• Hike through West Bali National Park

• Take a boat trip out to explore Menjangan Island

• Snorkel through tropical coral reefs

• Stay at a CHSE certified Eco Resort overlooking the Bali Sea

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