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Yoga Retreat in Ubud, Bali (5D/4N)

Tour Code: YOG-C2I02

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Discover the beauty and richness of Balinese culture as you delve deeper into your yoga practice at this Yoga Retreat in Ubud! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced yogi, this is an invitation to immerse yourself and experience the many gifts yoga has to offer.

Packed with the beauty of Balinese culture, this retreat will give you time to rest, be inspired and reconnect with your potentials, wisdom and gifts. Every day includes energizing yoga, healthy juices and breakfast, spa sessions, local adventures and plenty of time for you to relax. This is the principle to love you again.

  • 4 Nights
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Pickup: Denpasar, Bali (DPS)
Itinerary: Yoga Retreat Itinerary in Ubud, Bali


Arrival at Ngurah Rai International airport. Customs procedures and upon arrival at the island of the gods, Bali, our guide will be waiting for you to take you to the planned hotel in Ubud. This is an area of rice fields and unspoiled nature, located in the center of Bali Island. On the way to Ubud you can already discover the different villages of Bali, each specializing in one of the many typical crafts, with wooden works, stone sculptors, silver goldsmiths or painters.

Along the way you can start admiring the thousands of temples that dot the country, and feel the scent of incense that perfumes the whole island. Arrival at the hotel, distribution of the rooms and rest of the afternoon free at your disposal. Welcome to Indonesia.



A. Naya Ubud – Naomi Villa

B. Naya Ubud – Bungalows Room

C. Naya Ubud – Gardens Hideway room


Located in a natural setting, these days you will wake up in authentic Balinese peace surrounded by rice fields and lush nature. Not only will you attend your yoga sessions but also Spa treatments (massage and facial) and a visit to a purifying waterfall. Green juices and jamu (traditional Indonesian natural drink) will be provided daily.

Meals:: Breakfast


A. Naya Ubud – Naomi Villa

B. Naya Ubud – Bungalows Room

C. Naya Ubud – Gardens Hideway room

DAY 5:UBUD - AIRPORT       ▼

Today we end our yoga retreat in Ubud. Depending on the time of your flight and after completing your program activities, we will pick you up to take you to the airport. If you continue on the island, we will take you to your next destination. Thank you very much for living this luxury experience with Come2Indonesia.

Meals:: Breakfast


Photos: Yoga Retreat in Ubud, Bali

Price Includes

  • 4 Nights stay in Naya Ubud
  • 3x Yoga Class (1x Yoga/day)
  • Green juice and Jamu daily
  • 60 min balinese massage daily
  • 1x Facial
  • Half-day tour to a purifying waterfall
  • Meals, transfers and accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • A unique experience!

Price Excludes

  • Domestic/international flights
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Visa
  • Alcohol, soft drinks, personal expenses
  • Extra force majeure expenses due to causes beyond our control such as cancelled flights, natural disasters, illness, etc.
  • Everything not mentioned in "Includes"
Map: Yoga Retreat in Ubud, Bali


What is the best time to do this tour?

Our favorite time to travel to Indonesia is between April and October, although it is an excellent destination all year round that offers memorable experiences for all kinds of adventures. July to August is high season. In western and central Indonesia, the climate is warm and is the most popular time among travelers to come on vacation, but if you prefer to travel from October to April, the eastern part of Indonesia, such as Banda and Raja Ampat, would be the best choice.

If you want to have a relaxing trip with fewer crowds, the months of April to June and september to October are ideal and a little cheaper. If you can only travel in “high season” but want to avoid the crowd, don’t worry because Indonesia still has many places little traveled by mass tourism.

What to bring?

The tropics are a warm and often sweaty place, especially if you have Borneo or Sulawesi included in your trip. Check out our guide on how to prepare your trip to Indonesia:

  • Comfortable and lightweight shirts and at least a pair of long sleeves.
  • Comfortable walking shoes or trekking specials if your trip includes some more demanding trekking.
  • Shorts and long pants.
  • Some pairs of socks.
  • Waterproof Jacket.

Depending on the type of trip, you may also need these on your What to bring list:

Diving trips:
  • Diving insurance.
  • Diving certificate.
  • Nitrox Certificate (for those using Nitrox)
  • Diving equipment except tanks and weights. Consult your travel expert to find out if or not the equipment is included in your booking.
  • Swimsuit / diving suit.
  • DIN or INT adaptor
  • Flashlight.
  • Sunscreen SPF +40.
  • Waterproof bags.
Land Travel and Trekking:
  • Small backpack for important items daily.
  • Travel insurance, covering hiking and sports risk.
  • Trekking shoes (check with your travel expert if you need a Goretex or just a walking shoe)
  • Jersey (in some areas like Bromo Volcano and some other places at high altitude, the temperature can drop up to 0 degrees)
  • Hats/Caps.
  • Small or front flashlight.
  • Towel (preferably quick-drying microfiber towel)
  • Air tickets (save the copy on your mobile)
  • Valid passport with Visa (or check if you are allowed entry with Free Visa)
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal medication (includes contact lenses)
  • Waterproof bag to store all important documents.
  • All documents for your trip: travel vouchers, tickets, contact numbers.
  • Credit card (in some major cities, credit cards are widely accepted in restaurants and shops. A small fee may apply)
  • Cash in euros or US dollars (you can switch to Rupee in local currency when you get here)
  • Camera, battery and charger.
  • Adapter (220 V used in Indonesia)
  • Toiletries.
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses.
  • International driver’s license (if you plan to drive on your own)
  • Mosquito repellent with DEET.
  • Hygienic travel kits (mask, disinfectant or antivirus spray, etc.)

How to get to Denpasar?

By Plane

The gateway to enter Bali on a flight route is via Ngurah Rai International Airport. International and domestic flights are available throughout the day, to bring you to the Isle of the Gods.

Bali Airport closes once a year for 24 hours to commemorate the Balinese Nyepi or Silence Day ceremony. During this day no one can take to the streets, nor work and is given rest to all electronic products as well as cars, motorcycles, boats or planes. It’s a day of instrospection, leaving the whole island in absolute silence and darkness. Check with your travel agent for the date that corresponds to each year (changes according to the moon) and the conditions you have to follow if you are in Bali that day.

By land

You can land into Bali from Java. If this is your case, you have to prepare for a long road road.

By sea

Bali is accessible by ferry from Lombok in western Nusa Tenggara and from the Gilis Islands. In Lombok, you can explore the beauty of Rinjani Volcano (if you’re on demanding trekking) and the pristine beaches of the Gili Islands and South Lombok.
From the island of Java, you can reach Bali by taking a ferry from Banyuwangi.


We have classified our tours into 3 different types of difficulty. Always check which one is right for your condition. If you have any questions, you can consult our travel expert.

Suitable for most people in good health. These trips can include short walks for days with around 2 to 3 hours on good roads and at low altitude.

Medium: A reasonable level of physical or technical condition is required, as these trips may require sustained resistance levels and travel may include longer days of approximately 5-6 hours of activity and/or higher altitudes as well as snorkeling in strong currents.

Hard: These trips are physically demanding and more suitable for people with a high level of endurance, good level of physical condition and regular exercise. The days can last about 7-8 hours of activity, often at high altitudes, in remote regions and sometimes without a nearby support vehicle. Travelers may need to carry their backpack or travel with trekking at night without access to normal bathrooms or accommodations.


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