Some Enchanted Evening on the Island of Bali, Indonesia
November 11 - November 19 - SOLD OUT

"The clouds that constantly gather and disappear above Ubud are not just clouds. They are like messages, continuously appearing and dissolving." -Aditi Sharma

When I was a little girl of about seven years, my mother introduced me to the movie South Pacific, a film that used the backdrop of the fictional island of Bali-Hai to tell a story of racial inequality and interracial marriage. To my very blonde, very Caucasian mother, South Pacific validated her unpopular decision to marry a Pacific Islander, have interracial children, and choose love over social norms. And although I was quite young, the nuance was not lost on me. It became a dream of mine to visit the islands in the south Pacific, to see my roots in their waters and winds. And while Bali-Hai did not exist, the dark and spirit-filled world of Bali did, so my imagination combined them into a childhood dream. Someday I would visit Bali, as well as the nearby islands of my ancestors, to finally breathe the air that breathed life into my father.

We take our first step on the path long before we see the route.

This November is special. For years I have worked, maneuvered, hoped and prayed to bring my world home to the home I never knew. And I hope that you will come and see.

Join us for 4 nights in the city of Ubud where we can explore the lush jungles and rice fields in the heart or the Island of the Gods. Ubud is known for its beauty, temples, and loving people. The blend of modern life with ancient spiritual practice make it a truly unique place to learn, explore, and be. We will stay in a small resort only 15 minutes from the city center where we can spend our days practicing in a bamboo shala overlooking a river among the rice fields, eating Balinese cuisine at the restaurant, spending time at the spa, taking the shuttle into town, or lounging by the pool. 

But on the fifth day, we move. Together we drive to the black sand beaches of northern Bali, in the town of Tejakula, where the island's old ways still reign. After 4 nights in lively Ubud, our stay in Tejakula is calm, even a little dark, simultaneously open and mysterious. For 4 nights we luxuriate in the stark and brutal architecture of the Tiing, relaxing by its famous red swimming pool, snorkeling from the black sand beach, fishing with the locals, dining at the restaurant, enjoying the spa. Meditating. Contemplating. Existing. 

 Resort in Ubud


Resort in Tejakula


Included in Your Stay:

  • Transfer from the airport in Denpasar to the resort in Ubud
  • 4 nights in Ubud
  • 4 breakfasts
  • 2 dinners
  • Transportation to Tejakula
  • 4 nights in Tejakula
  • 4 breakfasts
  • 4 dinners
  • Transfer to the airport from Tejakula to Denpasar
  • Twice daily yoga

Not Included but Available:

  • Lunches and Dinners not included are available at each restaurant
  • Alcohol is available at the bar at each resort
  • Transportation not listed above
  • Excursions

Two Different Accommodations for a Fuller Experience

Ubud, November 11-15

Our first stop is the centrally located city of Ubud. Known for its cascading rice terraces, thousands of Hindu shrines, waterfalls, art museums, and unique Balinese spiritual culture, Ubud is a popular tourist destination on the island. Our resort is only a 15-minute drive to the center of town where you will find plenty of restaurants, shopping, art, culture, yoga, and more. The people of Ubud are welcoming and kind, and only ask that tourists respect their way of life through spirit. 

All rooms at the resort are similar, and include a king-sized bed, a full bath with Balinese tub and separate shower, air conditioning, television, and bath amenities. Some rooms are stand-alone one-bedroom cabins, while others are part of a larger, two-bedroom cabin with a shared outdoor living and dining space. A spa, restaurant, and bar are open daily for all your food and relaxation needs.


Tejakula, November 15-19

After 4 nights in lively, colorful Ubud, we travel to the black sands of the north coast, to the small fishing town of Tejakula. Known for its snorkeling and diving through thriving coral reefs full of colorful marine life, hidden waterfalls, and black lava rocks used to create some of the islands most interesting temples, including Ponjok Batu, the sea temple.

The Tiing Tejakula, our destination resort, is an architectural masterpiece featuring brutalism-style design and their famous red pool on a black sand beach. Each suite is over 1300 sq ft with a private pool and ocean views. The Tiing has won several architectural design and hospitality awards, including the Dezeen Award for Most Beautifully Designed Hotel 2020, and Loop Design Award 2021. The Tiing's dark, brutalistic style sits perfectly against the deep greens of the jungle and the jagged edges of the volcanic mountain range. Relax with a drink by the pool, treat yourself to some time at the spa, and eat the freshest meals with fish caught just off the beach each morning.


The rooms at each resort are similar enough in style and amenities that all pricing for the retreat is the same. Reservations are taken on a first come, first served basis. Rates are listed below. A $500 deposit per person is required. The balance is due by September 24, 2024. ALL PAYMENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. To reserve an entire room for more than one person please select that number of deposits when checking out. Click here to reserve your room. (This will open a new window.)

Cost for 8 nights accommodation:

Single Occupancy - $2499
Double Occupancy - $2999

  • King sized bed
  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Ensuite bath
    • All bathrooms in Ubud have a Balinese tub and separate shower
    • Bathrooms in Tejakula depend on your choice of room
      • Oceanview pool has a garden ensuite with Balinese bath and standing shower
      • Mountainview pool with oceanview balcony has an ensuite bath with a shower only
  • All rooms in Tejakula have private pools and oceanviews. Some also have mountain views.

*Please note: Rooms paid for entirely by cash or check receive a 10% discount.           

Airport and Arrival Information

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is approximately 60 minutes from the hotel, depending on traffic. Airport transfers upon arrival and departure to and from DPS only are included in the price of your stay. Please check the date on your passport. Bali does not accept passports that expire less than 6 months before visiting.

**COVID-19 restrictions are constantly monitored. At this time, Indonesia has lifted all Covid-19 travel restrictions.

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