A few weeks ago we had an amazing opportunity to stay at the beautiful Camaya Bali in Selat, located in Bali's east.
These famous eco villas are more than just a beautiful sight. Throughout our time there, we got to experience a deep sense of rest, silence, peace and connection with mother nature. Something this earth-child really needed.
I decide to take two labels with me on this trip. Both Indigo Luna and Rove inspire me to treasure nature and to explore the connection between myself and mother earth - whatever that may look like. Such a perfect fit for this weekend.
Camaya is located in Bali's east, about two hours from Seminyak. It hosts three bamboo homes, all completely open plan with a desire for its guests to feel one with Bali's beautiful landscape. Every house has incredible views that overlook the valley of rice fields, open bathrooms and bedrooms and their signature attraction, netted beds where you can lay to watch the sun dance across the sky.
The mornings were spent waking up softly to the sounds of the valley and the sun gently breaking through the bedroom curtains. Stretching and mindful practices in Indigo Luna were next, followed by more time exploring the property.
Days were spent soaking up the sun, unplugged time with friends, afternoon naps, and more exploring. The best few days of rest I have had in a really long time.
Evenings were spent relaxing in the spa, board games, dinner picnics and watching the sunset in my favourite Rove pieces.
T R I P D E T A I L S
We stayed in the ‘Pyramid’ and ‘Lotus’ houses.
These beautiful bamboo homes are completely outdoors which is an incredible experience. Something to be mindful of is that you will be sharing your space with nature creatures, it is their home too. Although there were much less insects than we expected, there will still be some that pop in to say hi from time to time. The bedrooms however are netted so we had a completely insect-free sleep both nights.
The beautiful staff delivered breakfast, lunch and dinner to our villa each day (but you can also eat at their restaurant) and we selected from a simple but delicious Indonesian menu. All prices were incredibly reasonable and there were lots of vegetarian options.
Because Camaya is in a small valley, and probably due to the time of year we visited (April) it was a beautiful temperature the entire time. Each villa has fans for the common area and bedrooms which is all we needed. At night the temperature was perfect, I even slept with a blanket on which is very unlike me.
Location: Camaya Bali, Selat, Karangasem Regency, Bali
You can find more information about Camaya Bali HERE
Indigo Luna is one of my favourite Bali stores. All IL pieces are made here in Bali, and use sustainable fabrics like recycled nylon and cotton for yoga wear and linen for their Mokki range. All of their workers are paid living wages which alone is incentive enough to support this beautiful brand. If you happen to be out and about and need a water bottle refill, Indigo Luna has a water station and also has two recycling bins out the front to help you responsibility dispose of your paper, glass and plastic waste.
You can find Indigo Luna stores in Berawa and Canggu, or online HERE
Whenever I think of Rove I think of adventure and nature. A label that encourages you to take part in both as much as possible. Their pieces are easy to wear, colourful and full of spirit while still being sustainable and responsible, perfect for exploring this beautiful planet.
You can find these beautiful pieces online HERE
*This blog is an unpaid sponsored collaboration with Camaya, Indigo Luna and Rove.