Prana Dewi Mountain Resort

Address: Wongaya Gede , Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Wongaya Gede , Tabanan, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPrana Dewi Mountain Resort Tabanan

      Reviewed by michoriet

      Small Heaven on Earth !

      Reviewed Feb 12, 2013
      by (23 reviews) Wijtschate, Belgium , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Remote Gem where you can feel the "real" Bali. At the end of the village and the end of the road to one of the most important temples of Bali. Builde in an area of ricefields, excellent organic food and the quitness and the beauty of that part of Bali ... at least for a couple of days to stay there! Highly recommended .

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Prana Dewi Mountain Resort Tabanan

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Tabanan

      Blast in Bali

      A travel blog entry by annavan on May 13, 2014

      ... a little pre drink cocktail of lychee juice and vodka to help us along we made it out in time to meet the boys at a bar called Viapi. For Niomi it was quite a big deal as she hadn't seen her childhood friend Tom since, well, childhood. I was slightly apprehensive being the only one not to speak German but luckily we stuck to English! We played my all time favourite game spirit pong at a bar called Alley ...

      Day 188 Pura Tanah Lot

      A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... Indonesian priests. Inside was a hot spring that flowed naturally out of the rock. If you went inside the cave the priests would bless you. We wet our faces in the pools, drank the water and the priest stuck rice on our head as well as putting flowers behind our ears. It felt good and humbling to experience another culture. After being blessed we walked out where some schools had come to chant. We watched this for a while and then signed some petitions they ...

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      A travel blog entry by jamesfletcher on Oct 31, 2013

      Today I was guiding a dive as part of my dive master training, I lead the group, pretending that they are divers that have paid for a guided tour of the dive site. It was a drift dive along a sloped wall that falls away into the deep. Started as I would expect I lead the group over the edge of the drop and made our way down to 30 meters below the surface, the current steadily pushed us along. For most of the time I was looking ...

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      A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... with the promise to return so the boys could see it as well.

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