Friday, July 13, 2012

Want to get away from it all in Luxury and Style?
Villa Semadhi is located  in the North West coast of Bali, approximately 3,5 hours drive from the Airport in Denpasar. This route is one of the most interesting and scenic tours in Bali. Lovina is 45 minutes and it is about 15 minutes drive to Bali Barat National Park and Menjangan island diving site. The ferry to Java at Gilimanuk is 30 minutes.

This peaceful place is ideal for nature excursions, activities such as trekking at the National Park, Swimming, Snorkelling, Diving or exploring the sacred Temples surrounding the area such as Melanting, Kerta Kawat, Pulaki, Pabean and Pemuteran Temple. Pemuteran receives less rainfall than other island areas during the rainy season and is too dry for rice cultivation.

Its people traditionally live from the sea. This bay has the largest area of shallow coral reefs in Bali that are easily accessible, The sea is calm and free of strong currents and waves which affect most other parts of the island. Pemuteran community declared that the reefs are protected no-fishing zones, for eco-tourism use only. The community also safeguards a hassle free environment as hawkers are not allowed. Pemuteran offers uncompromising beautiful views. In two hours, you can climb to the top of the mountains to the west from where you can view either the sunrise or sunset.

Villa Semadhi
is easy to find. Head west along the coast road from Seririt and you will come to Pura Pulaki. Keep following the road along the water’s edge until you come to the second compound on the ocean side of the road. This is Villa Semadhi
Here is what they are saying:
Michele from China, stay May 2012

The villa is very lovely. It is beautifully decorated, the grounds are immaculate. Putra, the manager, does a great job. He helped us plan several excursions. About 2 km from the villa my boys were able to set sea turtles back in the sea. They are still talking about it, although it didn't take very long. In Lovina about 45 minutes away you can swim with dolphins at a local hotel. We went on a wonderful trek though the local farms, it was not only lovely, but very educational. My boys also make a camp fire on the beach. They are 9, 7, and 4. They all said what a wonderful vacation they had. I would not hesitate to stay here again. It is a ways from the airport, but from what I saw of Kuta it is well worth the drive. The house is very clean. The rooms are huge, each with a king sized bed and a trundle bed. The outdoor bathrooms were great. Loved taking a shower in the morning with the birds chirping and the sun shining. The food was great and very reasonable. Thanks again to all the staff for making our stay wonderful.

Kathy From Jakarta, Stay April 2012

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