Camping in the Jatiluwih area is great if you are looking to experience Bali’s magnificent rice terraces. Jatiluwih is a UNESCO world heritage site and perhaps Bali’s most beautiful rice terraces. This whole area is gorgeous, and offers many different walks, waterfalls, and other eco experiences.
Luckily there is an awesome campground just 5 minutes away from Jatiluwih, Kamesta Camp. This incredible spot sits looking out over valleys covered in rice terraces, offering amazing views. The warm,, friendly family that runs this place is very much into agro and eco tourism with pans to expand their offerings into these areas. They grow coffee, cassava, and other produce all over the property.
When arriving at Kamesta, you can drive the campervan right into the camping area and park where people setup their tents. The amazing views are right there for you to behold. There is a small restaurant at Kamesta offering great local food and they will prepare breakfast for you as well. Another great advantage to staying here are their nature walks. Local guides will show you the private unspoiled rice terraces that make up the area around Kamesta all the while explaining the various natural systems that go into making them work. This is really a must do. The folks at Kamesta can also arrange bicycle tours of the rice terraces and waterfall trips. Just ask!
Price to stay: 150k per van including breakfast for 2
Restrooms with shower
Firewood 25k / bundle
Grill with charcoal 25k
Trekking (3-4 km route) 150k per person
Can arrange other activities and tours
In my experience, Kamesta Camp is definitely the best place to stay in the Jatiluwhi area. It can also be a good alternative to staying directly in the Bedugul area as it is only 35 minutes away.
If you are looking to explore the rest of Jatiluwhi and are a bit hungry or in need of a coffee I recommend a stop at Batu Karu Kopi. Trust me, it’s well worth a stop.
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