This Bamboo Bungalow Nestled Near Bali’s Volcano Is All Yours For $44 A Night
If you’re a lover of wildlife and imagine living like a local in Bali, Indonesia, then this eco-friendly bamboo home nestled in the mountains of the island’s Gunung Agung volcano is your next dream destination.
The Airbnb accommodates four guests for $44 a night per person. It’s located among rice fields along a beautiful river where villagers often go to bathe, wash their clothes and occasionally to perform ceremonies. (It’s also a great place for taking a dip!) The rustic hideout has two floors, with a cozy living area (that includes a hammock), a fully-equipped kitchen, a bathroom, an outdoor shower and a spacious bedroom with a king-sized bed.
If you’re craving local cuisine instead of a home-cooked meal, you can travel to the nearest village, which is only 10 minutes away by bike from the Airbnb and offers a variety of family-owned cafés and restaurants. During your stay, you’ll have access to a scooter, so you’ll easily be able to explore nearby villages.
The property on which this beautiful bungalow is located is also a shelter for kittens, so if you’re an animal lover, you’ll have access to plenty of furry cuddle buddies.
- One bedroom with one king-sized bed and one floor mattress
- One bathroom
- One outdoor shower
- One fully-equipped kitchen
- One hammock
- One wardrobe with a safety box
- Free WiFi (although spotty)
- Daily breakfast provided
- Free parking on premises
- Access to a scooter with two helmets
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The nearest airport to this bamboo beauty is Ngurah Rai International Airport — Bali’s main airport — located near Denpasar City. You won’t be able to fly to this airport directly from the United States, but you can take a connecting flight to your destination from Hong Kong, Canada, Dubai or Doha. Once you get to Ngurah Rai International Airport, you’ll want to rent a car or take a taxi for the remaining two-hour drive to your Airbnb. The property offers free parking on premises, so if you do choose to rent a car, you won’t have to worry about finding parking.
So friends, when are we going?