SWIM ON WEST BEACH Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali Beach Dajuma Sport West Bali


We sometimes read reviews stating that it is difficult to swim in the sea around Dajuma.
We have 2 main beaches: on the East side, waves and tides are often strong and only local fishermen, knowing perfectly the tides, can swim in this area to catch lobsters.
On the West side, on the contrary, the beach is well protected by the cape and the waves are just ideal for swimming or practicing sea sports such as body boarding, SUP, surf, kite surf, sailing, kayak.
But of course, like everywhere in the world, it is not recommended to swim in the sea when the weather is stormy, which sometimes happens in the year. To help our guests to safely enjoy sea sports on this West beach, we installed flags which color indicates the status of the sea: yellow means OK, red means Danger. Moreover our beach supervisor Jupry is always happy to help you to go to the sea in the most friendly and safe way.

DAJUMA AT ITB BERLIN 2017 Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali


This year, from March 8th to 12th,  Dajuma had the privilege to be selected as exhibitor at the famous tourism international fair in Berlin. With more than 180’000 visitors and 10’000 exhibitors from 180 countries, ITB is probably the biggest tourism fair in the world. A unique opportunity to meet our travel agents partners as well as some of our guests and introduce to them our last devlopments such as our Bendega Villas!
The Indonesian pavillon with its big phinisi boat in the middle was one of the most beautiful in the Asian aisle. Everything has been organised by Wonderful Indonesia to make our stay as pleasant and efficient as possible: comfortable tables, original animations typical from Indonesia, helpful and friendly staff, delicious food and even a fashion show. One million thanks to Wonderful Indonesia and the lovely Marisha!
NYEPI IS APPROACHING Puri Dajuma, Beach Eco-Resort & Spa, West Bali


The famous “Day of Silence” called Nyepi in Bali, will take place this year on March 28th. Celebrating the New Year in the Saka calendar, this event is probably the most interesting in terms of Balinese traditions. All of the island’s inhabitants abide by a set of local rules, which brings all routine activities to a complete halt. Roads all over Bali are void of any traffic and nobody steps outside of their home premises. Village meeting halls known as ‘banjar’ and streets feature papier-mâché effigies called ogoh-ogoh, built throughout the weeks leading up to the Saka New Year.

On this unique occasion in the year, Dajuma offers a special package not to be missed:
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