How to Plan Your Ubud Yoga Vacation
Beautiful sunsets over 4 Volcanoes on the horizon, lush rice fields, to sacred offerings, & flowers on every corner, there’s tons to become captivated by. Bali is full of magic… I’ll help you plan an unforgettable Ubud Yoga Vacation.
For U.S. Residents, you can get a free 30 day tourist visa on-arrival. If you plan on staying longer than 30 days on a tourist visa, you can pay for a different visa on arrival that allows you to extend your stay.
Make sure you bring clothes & shoes that you don’t mind getting muddy when exploring
the stunning & enormous Tegallalang Rice Terrace.
Things to do during your Ubud Yoga Vacation:
Bowing before the water at The Water Temple.
Restaurants in Ubud:
- My FAVORITEEE restaurant in Ubud is Bali Buda! They have amazing gluten-free food, a super chill atmosphere, no wifi (WHAAAT, you have to talk to your friends!?). A bonus: they have locations all over Bali!
- Bridges is a romantic fine dining restaurant that seems to be tucked away in the “rain forest”. Go during lunch-time and get an affordable luxury experience.
- Enjoy a meal & meet some fellow yogis after your yoga class at The Yoga Barn’s Garden Cafe. I went alone after class, sat down at a big table & made friends within 5 minute of sitting down. The yoga community is amazing!
Additional things to keep in mind during your Ubud Yoga Vacation
- Although many places accept credit cards, they will charge you an additional 2% to use your card.
- A great grocery store is just outside of Central Ubud, it is called Bintang. You can purchase many fresh veggies for less than the food in Central Ubud.
- Getting around by car can be done, but it takes forever. You’re better off renting a scooter for $4 USD a day or walking.
Another sunset… Because who doesn’t love an epic sunset?? 😉
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