On Bali’s stunning north west coast in the heart of West Bali National Park is The Menjangan, a peaceful retreat in one of the least-visited but most beautiful parts of the island.
The mountainous West Bali National Park consists of primary monsoon forest, mangroves, savannah, sea grass, coral reefs, sandy beaches and deep sea waters. At nearby Menjangan Island you’ll find colourful coral reef gardens, making it perfect for snorkelling and diving or, if that doesn’t appeal, you can explore the bay and mangrove maze by kayak. On land, set out on foot to investigate the jungle, jump on a mountain bike or experience the park’s beauty by horseback. Whichever you choose, keep your eyes peeled for birds, the unique Menjangan deer, perhaps a monitor lizard sunning himself on a warm rock or even a family of monkeys in search of lunch.
The Menjangan resort is relaxed, casual and quiet, with the emphasis on restoring calm. It covers quite a large area, so double-decker safari-style minibuses carry guests between the accommodations, dining spots and facilities - including the unspoiled beach.
GMT + 8 hours
The Menjangan is around 3 hours 30 minutes drive from Bali’s southern beach resorts or the airport
The underwater world has good conditions year round. On land, the rainy season of West Bali National Park lasts from December to February, however it’s generally warm throughout the year and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours.
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