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PERMACULTURE ACTIVITIES AT DESA VISESA UBUD BALI - If you like to fill the activities into your Ubud schedule, my suggestion is to check Desa Visesa Ubud. A huge resort with the village life, rice fields, organic gardens, farms, this would be a perfect place for you to experience the life of Balinese people (I can say, most of the Indonesian locals such as in Java, Sumatra do similar daily activities). This Permaculture let you experience to honor the past traditions into a memorable experience of Visesa Nature.
While enjoying my morning coffee at the restaurant, I saw two cows crossing by, ready to do their daily activity on the pre-cultivate rice field. This is interesting because if you a traveler that wants to experience the life of Balinese local but in 5 stars rate ways, Desa Visesa Ubus is the place that you need to keep in mind can provide the extra experience, at least close to the authentic one.
After some relaxing time by the pool where the staff pampered me with 30 minutes of "pool pampering", I decided to have some lunch at Warung Tani, where I can enjoy some of fresh made grilled prawns and chicken with some healthy smoothies, overlooking their garden as the view. I thought to myself if I can experience how the locals do their daily activities.
So basically the activities starting every 8 AM every day, you can ask the concierge what kind of activities you want, from Nature Trekking to Village Cycling, from Animal Caring to Yoga Sun Salutation. Desa Visesa Ubud provides you with such amount of activities, I can say 2 nights stay won't be enough to experience all of them.
Permaculture Course scheduled to start at 3 PM, start with Cultivating, Seeding/Nursery, Planting, Maintaining, Harvesting, and even cow feeding, playing with the roosters, gooses, and ducks go back to their huts. What an experience at Desa Visesa Ubud. I don't know if it will be applicable in your home country, but if you travel with friends or families, this educational travel would be amazing yet different one than others, it would be great for children though to feel another culture and experience it.
Permaculture is the development of agriculture ecosystem to rules that aim at farming land in complete sustainability and self-sufficiency. Visesa has developed a vast protected area whereby sustainable farming values are supported with extensive permaculture gardening and rice fields traditional cultivation. Various fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices are homegrown to support the resort with fresh local produce.
Any other experience you can try besides Permaculture, of course, Yoga and other wellness activities, specially made brought to you to experience the maximize your wellbeing. Advance Yoga such as Antigravity, Chakra, Vinyasa, Ayanger & Mud Yoga can be set up, also with Balinese Healing, where you can consult your concern to the local healer or we called it Balian (if you have watched the movie Eat, Pray, & Love when the leading actor meet with Ketut Liyer, well sort of like that)
To see what kind of energies that blocking you, mix with natural herbs approach to make your good vibes flows back to its nature. This is one thing what I like about Bali especially Ubud, this is the place to charge and cleanse your spirit. The Healing philosophy based on an authentic Bali Usada principle, a traditional knowledge for curing ailments with the use of Taru Pramana medicinal plants, herbs, and spices. Experience a private consultation with a renowned Balinese Healer that draws power from nature or spirits and create medicine from holy water, flowers, and plants plus enjoy the treatments from natural ingredients that blend harmoniously into masks and scrubs that come directly from Desa Visesa's Permaculture Gardens.
Are you up into some natural, sustainable travel experience to recharge your wellbeing and spirit back to the track at Desa Visesa Ubud? I said YES