Amandari, perched on sacred ground in the Ayung River gorge, looks over cascading rice paddies and Hindu shrines. A stone tiger – left by a seventh-century Hindu priest as a reminder of the village’s blessing – sits beside two shrines 129 steps below Amandari. Deeply connected to the surrounding community and landscape, the 5-star resort offers an array of adventure experiences that range from exploring the arts in nearby Ubud to trekking through the surrounding rice terraces and tropical jungle.
Sacred springs, shrines and statues dot the wilderness of the Ayung Valley. Trek along a natural ridge winding alongside the river with banyan trees framing views across the gorge, or plunge through unspoilt nature on a whitewater raft, past waterfalls and steep rock walls.
The tiered rice fields of central Bali, interlaced with paths, are ideal for exploring on foot or bicycle. Venture from village to village, or stop in nearby Ceking, where majestic slopes can be traversed atop an elephant.
- Spa and Wellnes
- Swimming Pools
- Fitness Centre
- Pets friendly
All prices are per room per night and subject to confirmation.
Jalan Raya Kedewatan, PO Box 33, Kedewatan, Bali, 80571, Indonesia