North Bali

Pemuteran is not only about underwater exploration: it's one of the last few oases where you can get the taste of the old, authentic Bali and take a break in a wonderful village, away from the crowd.


In 2017, this small fishing village was listed by Lonely Planet among "Best Southeast Asian Destinations". If Kuta isn't your cup of tea, Pemuteran will seem like paradise nestled at the foot of majestic hills, opening towards the turquoise waters and reefs surrounding the shore. In other words, it just might be the perfect spot for your next relaxed holiday or scuba diving adventures away from the hectic world.

Explore Pemuteran

Visit nearby temples, make a trip to the local market, invite yourself to a Hindu ceremony, take a stroll on the beach. Release a turtle at the local turtle hatchery, relax at a spa, ride into the sunset, or indulge in authentic Balinese cuisine. Instead of souvenirs, be creative and take home sachets of locally manufactured gourmet salts.

How to Get Here

From the Ngurah Rai international airport (or from Kuta & Ubud), the shortest way takes about 3.5 hours and takes you along a spectacular scenic route, passing the rice fields, temples and Bali lakes. We know that the last thing you want after coming from the aeroplane is to go through all the hassle of finding suitable transport to a distant location, so we can organize a car with a driver to pick you up and bring you to our doorstep. If you are coming from Java, we are less than an hour drive away from Gilimanuk. The same goes for Lovina.