• Crystal clear water at Uluwatu Beach

    Surfers come to Uluwatu to tackle the highest waves of Bali. Not a surfer? You can still jump into the tropical water for a wonderful swim too.

  • Rice fields of Bali

    Travel through Bali and be amazed at the beautiful rice fields. From fresh green seedlings
    to yellow plants ready for harvest.

  • Temple Ulun Danu Bratan

    Visit temples at the most beautiful locations: perched on a cliff, located in sea, at a lake or
    right in the shadows of the mystical Mount Agung.

  • Colourful Baskets

    The Balinese are preparing religious offerings every day. Whether it is for the small daily offerings or for big temple ceremonies. Everywhere you will see women balancing
    colourful baskets on their heads full of offerings.

Ready For A Greener Bali Experience...?

Find out practical Bali travel insights here and experience the beautiful life of this island in a sustainable and eco-friendly way.

If you ask someone if they have heard about Bali, the answer would probably be yes. This tropical island has become a famous destination and over the years the numbers of travelers have been growing.

Not surprisingly.


woman walking with baskets in bali


It is an amazing island with stunning nature, beautiful beaches and an unique culture.

With these three elements alone you would have thought that this island in Indonesia would be one of the most popular eco destinations in the world. However despite its stunning landscapes and culture its tourism has headed towards a whole different type of tourism.

Due to the booming tourism industry many parts of the island have rapidly transformed from quiet beach villages where the number of Balinese exceeded that of travelers to overcrowded areas with continious traffic jams, westernized restaurants and shops and overrated hotels.


gunung agung bali


Luckily more and more people are taking pride of Bali's uniqueness and are taking major action to conserve it. And we believe that if more travelers would support or make use of these initiatives other companies would realise that sustainable tourism is the way ahead.


If you want to leave the crowd behind, enjoy nature and Balinese rural life then you might need to put in a little bit more effort to figure out where to go and what to do. But at the end you will definitely have an unforgettable experience and will return again.

This green guide to Bali will bring you to the nicest beaches on the island, along stunning rice terraces, steep river gorges and numerous waterfalls. Far away from the traffic jams in the south of the island you'll have to chance to stop at numerous villages, watch local farmers plough their fields and see kids running with their self-made kites.

Woman are often busy with placing offerings at their family temple, on the side of the road or at shrines in the middle of rice paddies but they always seem to find time to smile to you.


gunung kawi ricefields


You can have a whole different experience when staying at homestays or eco hotels while learning their way of life and finding out what makes them tick so happily. Often without you knowing it you'll teach each other a new set of skills in hospitality, languages and caring for the environment in a sustainable way.

But that’s not all...

This green guide can show you a lot more about the Balinese way of life, its friendly people and stunning attractions off the beaten track.

And after having criss-crossed the entire island we like to share with you:

• Our favorite eco-friendly hotels and guesthouses at the beach, in the jungle or in the famous Balinese rice fields.

• Tropical beaches with romantic sunset spots where you can walk miles on end or learn your first surf moves.


mengwi temple near ubud bali


• Restaurants and coffee spots owned by small families of which most serve delicious organic food and freshly prepared juices.

• Local tourist guides who will take you into the forest, along winding rivers and through rice fields where frogs, ducks and dragon flies are the only spectators.

• Adventurous activities such as canyoning, wild water rafting or down-hill volcano cycling...

• Places we discovered by accident (we like to ignore travel maps) where we made unexpected discoveries....


stunning seseh beach in west bali


• Various projects which have a huge and positive impact on you and the lifes of the Balinese.

• Cultural highlights such as museums, performances, painting or dance classes and so much more...

So check out this Green Guide to Bali and if there's anything missing or something you like to read more about just send us an email and we will do our best to check it out for you :-)

Eco Travel Tips

Apply these simple eco-tips during your holiday. If everybody would do it and come up with a few of their own then Bali will remain a beautiful island for many years to come.

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Eco Hotels

There are more and more amazing eco places to stay in Bali. Stay at a hotel built entirely from natural materials and enjoy the lush green setting.

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Eco Things to Do

Want to head to the places where you can fully enjoy the amazing nature and culture? With these eco things to do you’ll have the ultimate Bali experience.

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Now and then people send us inspiring emails and this generates even more enthusiasm to share all of the things we know about this lovely island in the hope that you can plan your tropical holiday properly and have as such a great time as we always have. Hope to see you there!