As Bali prepares to reopen its borders to foreign tourists in early 2021, Dajuma is delighted to welcome local families in the meantime who are taking full advantage of our facilities. They particularly like our Bendega infinity pool with its waterfall, its long swimming lane, its suspended whirlpool and… its slide. Not to mention the unforgettable sunsets that are so pleasant to contemplate while enjoying a delicious cocktail on the pool deck or on the beach directly. Get ready to join us for the end of year celebrations!
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If there is one thing to bring to the Hall of Nautical Games, it’s definitely the toboggan! Everybody remembers from the childhood the mix of fear and exitement when one discovered for the first time this slope full of water. This is exactly what our guests are saying about out slide linking the 2 pools of our Bendega swimming pool. Kids and parents enjoy a lot this unusual pool with its 45 meters long swimming lane, suspendend whirlpool tub and the famous slide. Not to be missed next time you decide to visit us!
Many of our guests tell us that Dajuma is just like a paradise. It is very kind of them to give such an opinion because it was one of the reasons why we decided 15 years ago to establish the resort in this place, at a time West Bali was just ignored by tours operators, guides… and tourists.
But what makes us so happy today is the way children are spending their time in Dajuma: the combination between sea, beach, garden and pool is just perfect for them. The cape at low tide is like a natural aquatic garden where they can explore the underwater life by looking at the volcanic holes visited by fishes, crabs, corals, shrimps and other seaweeds. And for those parents who need to relax and recover from their busy professional life, we offer a baby sitting service.
On the picture, the gracious Mia, a lovely 5 years girl, is dancing with the ocean on the beach, just before sunrise
We recently changed the edge of our 20 x 10 m overflowing swimming pool for a natural stone from India which is just incredibly beautiful : the color of the stone is changing all the time, depending on the light and the quantity of water on it.
From golden irisations to purple reflects passing through silver shimmers, it is a real pleasure to stay on the edge of the pool.
Hope you will like it!
Every spring, Puri Dajuma supports the local school of tourism by welcoming 10 trainees willing to experience a 10 day assignment in our resort. Lately, Budiman, our maintenance supervisor, showed Imam how to replace a pool light. Imam was very excited about this “hands-on” experience which is constantly reported by the participants as being very helpful to illustrate practically the subjects taught at school. No doubt that this kind of experience either confirms or clarifies one’s vocation in the hospitality business. In all cases, we wish them all the best and invite them to apply for open positions in Dajuma’s team.