Caught just in front of Dajuma, this beautiful fish looks like barracuda but is not. It is called King Mackerel fish. It has been fished by these 2 skilled underwater fishermen. Well done guys and … “selamat makan”! (enjoy your meal in Bahasa Indonesia!)
Winter Package 3N/4D
Price in DBL occupancy: IDR 4.923.217
Book by 21-10-2015 until 21-11-2015
Stay period 21-10-2015 until 20-12-2015
- 3 nights stay in Deluxe cottage
- Daily beach front breakfast at your choice (ABF, CBF or Indonesia breakfast)
- Fresh towel and welcome fruits juice upon arrival
- Welcoming fruits basket in the room upon arrival
- Airport pick up
- 1 Aromatic body massage at Lola Spa per person
- Beach front dinner on the last night excluding beverages
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Mango is this emblematic fruit from tropical areas in the world. Absolutely delicious and good for health with its vitamin A, when consumed mature. But it is not available all the year long, so we cannot enjoy it every time. For the next 3 months, it is now Mango Season in Bali , i.e. time to enjoy the fresh mangoes in all possible forms: fresh fruit juices, dessert with ice cream, or even cooked with some meat or fish. You should visit us and enjoy the beautiful Dajuma panorama while savoring a glass of mango juice at sunset time!
Is there a better place than the cape in front of Dajuma where to find these delicious sea shells such as clams, abalone, whelks, clams or shrimps ? This is what this villager and his son is looking for, near the sunset.
Arguably the volcanic cape in front of Dajuma is a fantastic window on the underwater life. At low tide you can even see the famous brain coral near the surface of the water. So easy to catch all kinds of shells … without forgetting crabs … so good for the seafood soup!
Oct 10th, 7:00 p.m., Angklung & Balinese Dances
Come and enjoy our beachfront live entertainement
around a delicious buffet served in the sunset.
250’000 Rp per person including live show and buffet (excl. beverages).
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Another beautiful tradition in Dajuma consists in sophisticated floral decorations which are prepared by all the staff on the occasion of specific events such as anniversaries, honey moons, romantic dinners, wedding ceremonies and Balinese shows on stage.
Most of the staff on duty participates in the preparation of these nice decorations. Here on the picture, is Suadewi, one of our kitchen supervisors, who knows as well how to assemble beautiful floral compositions and prepare savorous dishes!