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Overall experience (1 review)

Overall experience (1 review)

"We spent two days helping at the organic farm and they showed us some incredible beautiful sights. We now have a second home, which is located at this family."  Read more reviews

 

COMMUNITY

Peaceful farmer village
 

LIVELiHOOD

Farming fruit, vegetables and rice
 

FAMOUS FOR

Endless rice fields and tropical fruit

RELIGION

The village is Hindu

LANGUAGE

Bahasa Indonesia and very basic English
 

TRAVELLERS

Unlikely to meet other foreigners

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3 nIGHTS IN gadungan VILLAGE

130 EUR

ACCommodation: 

  • Private room in a local home and bed sheets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

activities:

  • Cooking and eating together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (farming and taking care of farm animals)

  • Learning to make coconut oil

  • Visiting the local temple and the rice fields

  • Meeting the savings group

6 nights IN gadungan VILLAGE

230 EUR

accommodation: 

  • Private room in a local home and bed sheets included

  • Home made breakfast, lunch and dinner daily

  • Shared toilet and washing facilities

activities:

  • Cooking and eating together with your host family

  • Practicing the livelihood of the family (farming and taking care of farm animals)

  • Learning to make coconut oil

  • Visiting the local temple and the rice fields

  • Meeting the savings group

  • Shopping trip to a local market 

  • Playing a game with your host family

  • Learning to make garlands for temple ceremonies

DUARA CONTACT: adi

Adi is your responsible English-speaking contact person in Gadungan. He makes sure there is someone to meet you and introduce you to your host family. You can contact Adi in case you have questions before or during your stay.

 

Are you hesitating to book directly? Elina from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email: elina@duaratravels.com

Are you hesitating to book directly? Elina from Duara is ready to answer your questions via email: elina@duaratravels.com


HOW TO GET THERE

Getting around in Bali is definitely easiest if you rent a motorbike, but you can always also get a taxi to take you to Gadungan.

Ask Adi for help in instructing your driver! From the airport it takes about 1,5h by car. 

OTHER things to do near gadungan village

There are many famous destinations in the Tabanan area within easy reach from the village. Borrow or rent a motorbike to visit the temples, lakes, springs and waterfalls nearby.


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traveller REVIEWS

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NICK & HANNAH,
THE NETHERLANDS
MAY 2017

"We spent two days with this local family in Gadungan, helping at their organic farm, teaching them English, and they showed us some incredible beautiful sights. We now have a second home, which is located at this family!"


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