Among all of Bali’s treasures, there is one particularly exciting to discover – the underwater life. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, on the surface or in depth, you will live a unique experience by exploring the seabed of Menjangan Island. Located in the West Bali National Park, only an hour’s drive from Dajuma, it offers everything one could dream of on vacation: a preserved natural environment of exceptional beauty, extremely rich underwater flora and fauna, all accompanied by the legendary Balinese kindness. Many of our guests have made their first dive in Menjangan. Why not you?
In the beginning of June, Rondy, our GM in charge of Sales and Marketing became for a while a trainer in Corporate Social Responsibility on the occasion of a specific event dedicated to CSR organised by the Directorate of Vocational Education, the Ministry of Education and Culture, Research and Technology, Seamolec (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Learning Center) and GIZ (Institution of Indonesian-German Cooperation) with Bappenas RI.
Since its creation in 2002, Dajuma considers CSR as being a major pillar of its eco-policy.
In this event, Rondy shared his experiences in tourism especially about e-commerce and CSR to 22 participants, all teachers from the tourism vocational school (SMK) in Jembrana. A precious moment of sharing based on almost 20 years of Rondy’s experience in Dajuma!
After a year 2020 without any tourism fairs all closed due to the pandemic, Dajuma was particularly happy to participate in the annual tourism promotion event, the now famous Bali and Beyond Travel Fair (BBTF). It ran from Tuesday (8/6) to Saturday (12/6) at the Bali International Convention Center (BICC) in Nusa Dua and brought together more than 150 buyers. Of these, 64 overseas buyers mainly from UK, France, Australia, some from USA and also Asian countries participated virtually, while buyers from Indonesia were able to participate physically. The tourism offer was represented by 125 vendors coming from 11 provinces of the archipelago. Puri Dajuma was at booth number A72. A good vintage that bodes well for a long-awaited return to normal!
On the picture Rondy, our GM in charge of Sales and Marketing surrounded by some colleagues.
Last Saturday, Dajuma happily welcomed Mr. Syed’s family and friends, for a memorable barbecue night in our tropical garden. Mr. Syed is a yoga teacher and a regular at Dajuma. Before the pandemic, he usually stayed during Nyepi Day with his family.
This time he came with 8 of his friends to practice several yoga sessions during the week-end. They staid from friday to sunday and had a special barbecue dinner in our garden, enjoying the food as well as their stay. They plan to return for another yoga and meditation weekend sometime in June.