Alam Anda Ocean Front Resort & SpaBali, Indonesia
Alam Anda is situated on the North-East coast of Bali, hidden behind coconut plantations and facing the ocean. The area is traditionally Balinese with few tourists, so perfect for a cultural experience combined with diving. The resort is in a very natural setting, surrounded by coconut, palm, eucalyptus and banana trees and with a 420m long waterfront.
This beautifully designed resort incorporates traditional Balinese design throughout with a natural feel. There are lovely cobbled walkways between the bungalows and public areas and a sense of calm surrounded by swaying palm trees and lapping of the waves.
The resort was only built in 2007, but has undergone a transformation with upgraded dive centre, restaurant and lobby areas. There are 5 different room types which are all designed using wood and thatch.
A real highlight of Alam Anda is the vast Natural Spa complex that houses 3 treatment pavilions and a number of therapies.
The outdoor pool area is huge and welcoming with a snack bar and ocean views.
The diving here is a mixture of macro, wrecks, coral gardens and schooling fish. The world famous Liberty Wreck is a 40 min drive away and there are various boat trips available to other sites nearby.
If you are looking for somewhere to get a taste of Bali, relax and enjoy some diving at a very affordable price then Alam Anda could be for you.
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There are many flights to Denpasar from the UK with the most popular being via Singapore or Hong Kong. Flight time would be around 18 hours with transit. Alam Anda Ocean Front Resort & Spa is about 3 hour’s drive from Denpasar.
Guide price: £60 per person per night twin share in a Seaview Bungalow.
*Price shown is for guide purposes only and is based on low season travel and for twin share accommodation. Any length of stay is possible, please contact us for a confirmed cost based on your preferred duration and time of travel.
Extend your stay
Bali is an excellent destination for a twin centre holidays. It takes a long time to get here so why not make the most of it! There are a range of accommodation options around Bali, from any of the Werner Lau dive resorts, to the cultural centre of Ubud and beach resorts in Sanur. There are also numerous liveaboard options taking in Komodo and Raja Ampat from either Bali or Labuan Bajo, so a combination of liveaboard and resort would be a perfect fit. Contact us to put any suggested itinerary together for you.
The resort has a total of 28 rooms in 5 different room types. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and terrace.
The 2 Losmen Economy Rooms have a queen size bed with small terrace. The 9 Seaview Bungalows have a queen size bed, minibar, terrace with sofa and sea views. The 12 Deluxe Garden Bungalows have a queen size bed, minibar, terrace and sea views. The Villas are 1 and 2 bedroom with private gardens and pools.
The newly refurbished Enak restaurant is huge and is open air, just a few metres from the ocean, so perfect for enjoying the sunset. Breakfast is included as standard and beautifully designed in a traditional Balinese way with wood furnishings and a superb menu to choose from. There is a real sense of calm here with mood lighting, flowers and music.
The resort has a large outdoor pool with many deckchairs to relax on, as well as a bar which serves light meals and snacks as well as a range of drinks. There is also a shop selling souvenirs and essentials.
The Natural Spa is a huge 700 square metres with a central massage house and 3 treatment pavilions. The Balinese therapists specialise in Ayurveda, Santai and reflexology treatments, perfect after a days diving!
You can also book a variety of tours from the resort that take in the volcano, temples, rice fields, Ubud and the North Coast.
The diving operation is run by Werner Lau, who operate brilliant dive operations around the world, so you know that the operation will be very slick. The dive centre is 50m from the beach and is large and well stocked for all of your hire equipment needs.
There are diving opportunities from the shore to explore the house reef, which extends the width of the resort with 3 entry points and is a designated conservation area, the first of it’s kind in Bali. For sites that are further away the resort operates full day excursions by car and boat.
The best time to dive here is April – June and September to December where the conditions are generally calmer and the water temperatures tend to be 28 – 29 degrees. This region is best for macro sightings as well as coral gardens, wrecks and schooling fish.
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Great Escapes Diving Holidays Ltd
Office hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am - 5pm
Tel: 01449 535010
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