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Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat

Jl. Pura Dalem Jasri, Karangasem 80811 Indonesia
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#160 of 237 Speciality lodging in Karangasem
Small beachside homestay in the northeast of Bali. A mix of classic open air bungalows and modern air con rooms. Food and drinks available.
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Yves T wrote a review Jul 2019
Crest, France57 contributions12 helpful votes
Endroit magnifique, chacun une véritable maison en bambous et en bord de plage. Pas dans les moins chers (pour les 2 + belles face directement à la plage, 400 ou 600 KRp, à négocier) mais ÇA VAUT LE COUP/COÛT, je recommande vivement. De + le lieu à une belle histoire, créé par Paul un australien qui l’a construit (2006 à 2018 ) pour y accueillir des enfants à la rue... 😀👍👏
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Date of stay: July 2019
Alice Wo wrote a review Jun 2019
Vancouver, Canada6 contributions1 helpful vote
What was supposed to be 2-nights turned into a week-long stay. My friends and I are blessed to have had Komang, and Jasri Dalem Surf (JDS) staff treat us to hospitality that made us feel at home. In the future, we will definitely be returning to JDS, and this time, with our families. JDS is a true beachfront location, where the entire serene coastline is essentially yours. The retreat has a rockier beach, however, if you follow the pathway left or right for even 1 minute, you'll immediately be greeted by sandier beaches. There's freedom and flexibility at the retreat. You can have a quiet stay here, and dine from the comfort of your own balcony, or you can easily socialize with staff and guests on site. For us, this was a typical day: We woke up every morning and headed to the water to watch the sunrise. A stream next to JDS flows into the ocean where we watched locals start their day. We swam in the early morning, and depending on the waves, we surfed using the boards on-site (they're not beginner surf boards). Procol was happy to give us a quick lesson on how to catch the waves. A true testament to the breakfast here, between all of us, we tried all the options (both complimentary and non-complimentary options). I will be returning for the coconut porridge, omelette, smoothie bowl, and burbur injin. With an ocean view at every meal, it was a absolute treat to watch the talented local children learn to surf or the occasional pro surfer do tricks. Since I love eating, I'll highlight that lunch and dinner accommodates vegetarians and meat-lovers alike. The menu may change based on seasonality and the chef's recommendation. We loved the chef's sambal matah, gado-gado, mie/nasi goreng, the specially marinated chicken, and freshly caught tuna from just out-front. We rented motorbikes and helmets on-site, and the staff also offered to teach us how to ride scooters. Through their recommendation, we visited Virgin/white beach, Jasri village, the traditional markets, local rice fields, spring water baths, waterfalls, and temples. Sometimes a staff member joined us to show us more hidden gems. Gede and Ono took us on a trek through the jungle and rice fields where we sampled different edible plants, like sugar cane, and young cacao beans. In the evening, the sunset was the perfect backdrop for dinner and BinTangs. Staff members and other guests joined us after dinner to sip local palm wine, share snacks, and tell stories. Before you arrive, give their website a visit to learn about their origin story. It's quite special. You'll get to experience in-person how Pak Paul's legacy has influenced the way hospitality is delivered at Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: We tried 3 rooms, can't go wrong with any of them! Agung and AC have more privacy, Bamboo and...
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Lila Young wrote a review Apr 2019
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We are very happy to stay in jasri dalem surf.. The place is very cozy and beautiful. We stay in Agung room so in the morning we can see mount Agung from our room. The staff is very friendly too.. 😍😍
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat
Which popular attractions are close to Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat?
Nearby attractions include Ujung Water Palace (4.4 km), Mendira House (7.2 km), and White Sand Beach (1.5 km).
What food & drink options are available at Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ganesh Lodge, LOAF Candidasa, and Bali Asli Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to Jasri Dalem Surf Retreat?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ujung Water Palace (4.4 km) and Tenganan Ancient Village (5.5 km).