Lola SPA is managed by Tini, supported by Jasuli. Our treatments range from a variety of massages, beauty and wellness personalized packages. Tini’s favorite is the Serenity Package which consists in a 4 hours treatment including 1 hour Yoga session, foot bath, shower, hammam, aromatic massage, body scrub, body mask, shower, whirlpool tub and complementary relaxing drink. After such treatment you will feel rejuvenated and jetlag free. Please have a look at our website with treatments descriptions. You can request your treatment at the same time as you book your stay or once you are with us. Tini and Jasuli are looking forward to meeting you and making your wellness experience memorable.
Dajuma was recently awarded as the “Outstanding Hotel Partner” 2012-2013, by Booking.com. This award was presented by Miss. Fifin Prapmasari Booking.com, Product Manager. This Outstanding award represents Dajuma as the most performing hotel in the region of Tabanan, Tanah Loth and Negara combined. This award belongs to Dajuma team work. Well done to all!
Dajuma is always challenging itself with new areas to discover. After the high season, it’s the best time to explore new tours with some of our Dajuma friends. The most recent one was to go to Blimbingsari and explore the area. Blimbingsari was the first Christian Village of Bali, who established itself on April 1st, 1947. Today there are 170 Christian families cohabiting with Hindu and Muslim communities. Just behind this well organized village there is a magnificent forest where we had a 3 hours trekking. The trek was conducted by the local ranger who made us passed through this luxurious jungle. We saw some birds, a variety of trees, which are several centuries old, different types of insects, a paradise for nature photographer. Now time to debrief with our Dajuma friends and decide how we will integrate this new tour to our catalogue. We’ll keep you posted.
Dajuma supports one orphanage of 14 kids. Located 10mns by car from Dajuma, Budi Mulia orphanage receives great attention by many guests. Thereby, Brad, a principle who manages an elementary school of 355 children in Melbourne, came to visit the orphanage. Even during his vacation, Brad’s hobby is to keep in contact with his students. He developed a blog to exchange and sensibilize them to other parts of the world and to put them in contact with children of other cultures. What a great initiative! Brad is now back to school and will directly support the orphanage by raising funds through various activities with his kids. They will also exchange drawings among them. We are very happy to be the facilitators and hope more will come and join Brad’s action.