Dajuma Romantic Package Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

Special deals for NYEPI (Silent Day)

Get 40% discount for your 2 nights stay during silent day with booking code NYEPI

Booking period: 24th of February until 8th of March 2016
Stay Period: 8th to 10th of March 2016

– Refreshing welcome drink, cold towels & in-room tropical fruits basket upon arrival
– Daily beachfront breakfast at Rama Restaurant

For reservation please contact our reservation at info@dajuma.com 



With 12 new luxurious rooms organized in 4 villas around a 60 m swimming corridor leading to an aerial whirlpool tub, a waterfall and a 300 m2 pool deck, our Bendega Villas (Bendega means “Fishermen” in Balinese) will be ready for the grand opening planned on May 1st, 2016.
Oriented full west, adjoining directly the cottages on top of the property, they are perfectly integrated into the property while offering a different view of the Indian ocean.
We applied the most stringent environmental rules for this project: double insulation of the roofs, special air to soil heat exchanger replacing the traditional airconditioning system, rain water collection, energy savings, wastewater treatment.
We also decided to choose a very unusal architecture combining comfort and originality while respecting the Balinese tradition.
We hope our valued guests will appreciate this extension and enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean and the nearby fishermen.
Welcome to Bendega villas!

Happy Galungan Day Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali

Happy Galungan Day

Galungan is a great day for Hindus, that comes every six months. During this period one can see these beautiful decorations called Penjor along the roads, everywhere in Bali. Penjor itself means a manifestation of gratitude of Balinese people to God, above all the grace that is given to them and  a characteristic of the Galungan feast.
Further more, Penjor is also the representation of Dragon named Ananthaboga and Basuki. Its shape is similar with dragon. The base point of bamboo is the body of the dragon while the end of the bamboo is similar to the tail of it. Importantly, Ananthaboga is a symbol of soil, while Basuki is a symbol of safety. It is believed that it can provide healing of illness.
Happy Galungan!

« SELAMAT DATANG » - WELCOME DRINK! Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali


There is a nice tradition in most hotels around Bali which consists in offering a « Welcome Drink » to our guests together with a fresh towel when they are checking-in,  a drink particularly welcome when they arrive exhausted from the airport after a long intercontinental trip.
At Dajuma we were used to offer a fresh watermelon juice and we just decided to change it for a more original one. After a lot of talks within our team, we decided to go for something special, directly issued from the property. The new drink consists in a natural juice coming from a young coconut freshly cut from the garden, topped with coconut flesh, a slice of lime and adorned with a lemon grass stick.
The best possible healthy drink for saying «Welcome !  Selamat datang!»