Blue Karma Dijiwa Ubud Bali is a luxury wellness hideaway in Ubud, Bali. The resort is cornered with verdant rice paddies and rainforest-covered ravines from the sides, making it a serene spot to relax and reset. All the rooms at the sanctuaries are designed to let the outer surroundings in. Therefore, one doesn’t essentially need to step out of their rooms to experience the outdoor nature. They can do that right in the comfort of their rooms. A few of the rooms at the sanctuary have semi-outdoor bathrooms so that one can gaze out at the garden and the unique wildlife while taking a luxuriating bath.
The natural surroundings also give one ample opportunity to contemplate various things. Believe it or not, a change in scenery is said to clear one’s head and make one equipped with the solutions for the issues they might be facing in their lives. Greenery also adds optimism and vitality to one’s life. At Blue Karma Dijiwa Ubud Bali, one learns to harness the power of nature to their advantage. Experiences are also one of the ways, one learns to do that here. These experiences involve a range of activities such as a walk through the rice paddies or learning to make Balinese herbal products and elixirs.
Speaking of accommodation, the sanctuary offers four different types of accommodation to its travelers. These are a) 44.6 sq m one bedroom suite made of natural stone, wood and decorated with Indonesian artifacts, b) one bedroom villa with a garden view; these villas have large windows and terraces to blur the line between the outdoor and the indoor, c) one bedroom private pool villa that comes with sliding doors that open to lush gardens, and d) one bedroom villa hammock jungle view to give you an eagle’s view of the nature.
There is a selection of beautiful, eco suites, rooms and Villas to choose from at Blue Karma Dijiwa Ubud Bali. The Garden suite and Superior Garden suite or the Premiere suite room and the Royal suite room.
Made from wood and in the traditional wooden joglos way, they are little havens in the form of Javanese huts which have been remastered in a modern fashion to make the unique, lavish and comfortable abodes.