Located in the hills overlooking Lovina Bay, Damai Lovina Villas are surrounded by rice paddies and jungle-clad ravines. The resort, located 4 kilometers from the Lovina center, just a few hours from Bali airport, has breathtaking views of Bali’s North coast. This beautiful retreat features luxurious bungalows decked out in stunning Indonesian style complete with four poster beds along with superior amenities. The facilities available include a swimming pool, a small library, spa pavillion and the hotel temple. Guests can enjoy delicious meals crafted in the award-winning restaurant at Damai, using organic produce straight from the resort's own gardens.
Nyepi Religious Day
Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels. March 23, 2012 | March 12, 2013 | March 31, 2014 | March 21, 2015 | March 9, 2016 | March 28, 2017
Join our chef at our cooking pavillion where you will you will learn to prepare the unique mix of tropical herbs and spices that gives Balinese cuisine its inimitable flavour. The half day course ends in a well-deserved lunch. Guest will learn to make the spices for Balinese cooking and 3 dishes, satay, nasi goreng and tahu/tempe dish.
Already the subject of both cook books and magazine articles the award-winning restaurant at Damai serves organic vegetables and meats from our own small farm, together with fresh catch from the bountiful Bali sea and imported delicacies. Western and Asian cooking are combined in the innovative à la carte menu while the daily changing three-course menu reinvents the traditional Balinese cuisine serving new versions of classic dishes. A vegetarian menu is available and special dietary and individual requests are catered for. Dining at Damai Restaurant is a fine dining experience without a dress code.
Dolphins Of Lovina
Every morning at sunrise the fishermen would head out in their traditional outrigger boats into Lovina Bay in search of tuna. Because the dolphins hunt the tuna too, the fishermen would scout for dolphins, knowing that when they find them, a school of tuna will be just ahead. When the first tourist found out he could join the fishermen, Lovina's biggest attraction was born. The more boats on the water, the higher the chance of finding the dolphins.
Diving And Snorkeling
The region's premier dive- and snorkeling sites are found in North Bali. Most famous are the protected marine park Menjangan Island, which offers a wide array of dive and snorkeling sites with incredibly varied marine life, 20+ meters visibility and a stunning wall, perfect for both diving and snorkeling. Also nearby is Tulamben, home of the famed Liberty wreck, one of the world's top 15 dive sites.