Farmer’s life near the famous beaches
 

 
 Overall experience 5/5 (1 review)

Overall experience 5/5 (1 review)

“There were a lot of lovely things to do in the area and the locals knew it like the back of their hand so it was easy to get the best out of the region.“ Read more reviews

 

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COMMUNITY

Idyllic small town near famous tourist beaches 

LIVELiHOOD

Fishing,
farming &
rice paddies

FAMOUS FOR

Virgin Beach &
Candidasa beach
near by

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RELIGION

Hinduism plays an important role in daily life
 

LANGUAGE

Bahasa Indonesia and pretty fluent English

TRAVELLERS

Likely to meet other foreigners

See images from our travellers. We recommend this village for everyone wanting to experience the real local life in Bali. Suited very well for those interested in cooking the local food, learning about farming, experiencing the hindu culture and enjoying the peaceful rhythm of Balinese life.


3 nIGHTS PERASI VILLAGE EXPERIENCE

130 EUR

Per person / 3 nights (children -50%)
includes:

ACCommodation: 

  • Private room in a local home, a lock, mosquito nets and bed sheets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

activities:

  • Cooking together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (going to the magnificent rice fields, visiting plantations)

  • Visiting the farmers market at 7 am

  • Enjoying sunrise / sunset at the local bat cave

  • Visiting the local temple (and joining the ceremony if you are lucky)

  • Swimming trip in the famous Virgin Beach near by

6 nights PeRASI VILLAGE EXPERIENCE

230 EUR

Per person / 6 nights (children -50%)
includes:

accommodation: 

  • Private room in a local home, a lock, mosquito nets and bed sheets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

activities:

  • Cooking together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (going to the magnificent rice fields, visiting plantations)

  • Visiting the farmers market at 7 am

  • Enjoying sunrise / sunset at the local bat cave

  • Visiting the local temple (and joining the ceremony if you are lucky)

  • Swimming trip in the famous Virgin Beach near by

  • Going for a cliff walk

  • Visiting the communal natural spring bath (women only) OR fishing with your host (let Adi know about this before hand so he can arrange equipments)

DUARA CONTACT: aDi

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Adi is your responsible English-speaking contact person in Perasi. He contacts you with further instructions and makes sure you find your way to the village and your host family. You can contact Adi in case you have questions before or during your stay.

 

 Are you hesitating to book directly? Salia from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email (in English, French, Spanish and Finnish): salia@duaratravels.com

Are you hesitating to book directly? Salia from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email (in English, French, Spanish and Finnish): salia@duaratravels.com


HOW TO GET THERE

Perasi is located 1,5h drive from Ubud and 2h from Canggu. It is only 5 minutes away from the famous Virgin Beach.

Come with your scooter or ask Adi to arrange you a lift.

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OTHER things to do near PERASI village

Go snorkeling on the Virgin Beach.

Visit the communal spring bath for women (included in the six nights experience).

Visit Charly’s Chocolate Factory or other tourist sights near the Candidasa beach.

 


traveller RATINGS (1 rEVIEW):

Communication with the local contact:

 Avg. 5/5

Avg. 5/5

Hospitality of the host family:
 

 Avg. 5/5

Avg. 5/5

Sense of the security in the village:

 Avg. 5/5

Avg. 5/5

Facilities in the house you were staying at:

 Avg. 5/5

Avg. 5/5


traveller REVIEWS

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ROSE, UK
SEPTEMBER 2018

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“I had such a fantastic time in Perasi. The family spoke fantastic English and moreover were so kind and friendly. They really embraced me into their home and culture, with the daughter even lending me clothes so I could take part in a traditional Balinese ceremony. This was an experience I certainly would not have had without Duara! There were a lot of lovely things to do in the area and the locals knew it like the back of their hand so it was easy to get the best out of the region. The food was 10/10! Much of it was meaty but I have no doubt the family will happily cater to all diets. Thanks again!”