vacation

Bali...a self sustaining paradise found

Overlooking the rice fields and Ayung river from the Afrika Deck at Bambu Indah Eco Resort. 

Overlooking the rice fields and Ayung river from the Afrika Deck at Bambu Indah Eco Resort. 

From the lush greenery jungle, to the abundant of beaches, to the lavish infinity pools, exotic mixed juices, and variety of yoga and meditation classes Bali has everything that quietly portrays paradise. And that's exactly what you think of when you first step foot onto the eco-friendly resort Bambu Indah located in Ubud, Bali which is  everything you bargained for and more. Although you will quickly realize that this resort is not quite like other 'resorts' you had envisioned or even experienced in the past. No, this place is truly something unique and special. 

From the sustainable bamboo design, to the organic herb and vegetable garden, to the natural swimming pond, everything is carefully thought out with the perseverance of the environment in mind.

The Minang House, made out of black Bamboo, is great for large group gatherings, special events, daily Yoga classes, or evening dinner. 

The Minang House, made out of black Bamboo, is great for large group gatherings, special events, daily Yoga classes, or evening dinner. 

Founder and Jewelry designer John Hardy, who is the owner of Bambu Indah, along with his wife Cynthia Hardy, took it a step further and founded the Green School Campus. This school focuses on being off the grid and self sustainable. 

For my information on the Green School or Bambu Indah please click on the links below.

http://bambuindah.com/resort/

http://www.greenschool.org/