ABOUT WEST BALI VILLAS- UMASARI RESORT
Umasari is a charming holiday resort situated far from the tourist trail at the heart of the Balinese life. You can relax and enjoy the peaceful tropical nature and delicious Balinese cuisine without even leaving the premises - but we also provide activities to suit every taste, and create unforgettable memories that you will carry with you for a lifetime.
For those who ache for adventure there's trekking in the tropical jungle, biking along the empty beach towards the sunset, or discovering the secrets of the Indian ocean by fishing, scuba-diving or surfing. Spirituality seekers will find food for soul in the Hindu ceremonies, music and meditation in Balinese homes and temples
If you feel like venturing out to other parts of Bali, we'll take you for an unforgettable tour!
Free resident car parking
Free wifi access
Staff available on request 24/7
Fridge and TV/DVD player in rooms
Tea & coffee making facilities
Private pool and sunbeds in every villa
Free books, movies and board games available
Weather at Umasari
Bali is situated just below the equator, and the weather is tropical with temperature around +30 degrees Celsius all year round. The Umasari Resort faces the Indian Ocean on a mountain ridge some 140 meters above the sea level and the cool mountain breeze keeps the air fresh despite of the heat.
The rainy season in Bali is between October and March, when you can occasionally get sudden, warm showers now and then that last only for a minute. During the summer season there are also occasional showers that are a welcome break from the tropical heat.
About us elsewhere
In links below some of Umasari guests give valuable feedback about us and Balinese lifestyle in general
The Umasari Resort has been built in full cooperation with the people of surrounding Munduk Jati community. With the assistance of local government many developments in infrastructure has been achieved for the community such as local road improvements, electricity supply and internet access. We have been granted the Tri Hita Karana diploma by the Jembrana government for our 'Green Village' ecotourism concept.