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Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua

8 Nights Accommodation
Return Airfares
Complimentary return airport transfers
USD$400 Wine, Dine & Spa Credit
Valued at $3,540*pp Pay from $2,190*pp Ex Perth

Detailed Pricing

Valued at $3,540*pp
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You pay $2,190*pp twin share Ex Perth 

Valued at $3,965*pp
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You pay $2,490*pp twin share Ex Sydney

Valued at $3,715*pp
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You pay $2,490*pp twin share Ex Melbourne

Valued at $3,840*pp
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You pay $2,490*pp twin share Ex Brisbane

Valued at $3,465*pp
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You pay $2,490*pp twin share Ex Adelaide 

Surcharges may apply!

BOOK BY 30 June 2019

Booking code: MHC

Package Inclusions

  • 8 Nights Accommodation in a One Bedroom Villa
  • Return economy airfares to Denpasar Bali including 20kg checked luggage
  • Complimentary return airport transfers
  • Welcome fruit basket in room upon arrival
  • Daily homemade cookies and candy
  • Daily turndown service and sweets
  • Complimentary shuttle to Nusa Due and Tanjung Benoa area
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Daily Mineral Water
  • Daily restocked minibar including soft drinks, juices and snacks (excluding champagne)
  • Choose 1 of 3 Tours: North Bali Tour, East Bali Tour, Besakih Temple & Ubud Tour
  • USD$400 Wine, Dine, Spa per room, per stay
  • MyBali Bonus Tour Booklet
  • Wellness package: Tai chi/Yoga & Macrobiotic menu (Every Tuesday  and Friday)

Room Upgrades:
Upgrade to a Two Bedroom Villa room from an extra $1300 per person!

Luxurious Amarterra Villas is a collection of private pool villas inspired by the beauty of Bali’s culture and surrounds; just minutes from Nusa Dua Beach. This 5-star luxury resort is a hub for relaxation and leisurely holiday activities. Spend your day on the immaculate 18-hole golf course or opt for holistic energy healing at the resort’s spa. Steeped in Balinese tradition and thoughtful design, it will be hard not to ease into a holiday of balanced calm.

The resort’s villas are a paradise within themselves! A place of calm indulgence, each villa houses a spacious outdoor gazebo that overlooks your own private pool and Jacuzzi. These villas are elegantly designed to interweave the best of Balinese culture with all the luxurious comforts you desire. Surrounded by manicured gardens and offering the highest quality hospitality you’ll never want to leave! During the day, book into the spa and immerse yourself in the philosophy of Dharma for complete soul relaxation and healing. Then for dinner, retire to the Terra Terrace Restaurant & Bar to experience the rich palette of Indonesian cuisine in style.

Amarterra Villas celebrates Balinese culture in 5-star luxury.  Enjoy your own private oasis, rejuvenate with a customised spa treatment, or wander down to Nusa Dua beach and immerse yourself in the panoramic surrounds. Your relaxation is the focal point at Amarterra Villas! This resort offers a true balance of indulgent seclusion while, being only a short distance to the luxurious 18-hole golf course and high-end shopping of Nusa Dua.

Resort Facilities

  • Eco friendly village
  • Private pool in each villa
  • Whirlpool bathtub and Jacuzzi
  • Outdoor and indoor shower
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Gym
  • Private beach club
  • Poolside sun beds
  • 24-hour security
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Wheelchair access
  • Babysitting on request
  • Bicycle hire facilities
  • Thalassotherapy centre
  • Bar
  • Meeting roomPlease Note: Some resort facilities may incur additional charges.

Room Details

Set amongst 200sq. metres, the 1 Bedroom Villa is a private sanctuary. Contemporary Balinese interiors accented by thoughtful design and architecture has all your modern comforts looked after. Enjoy a large King bed, private pool and gazebo for complete relaxation. This villa features air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, coffee machine, indoor and outdoor shower, bathtub with Jacuzzi, sundeck and private pool!

Travel Dates

Now – 22 June 2019; 9 October – 10 December 2019;

High Season Dates:

Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne:
Add from $250*pp for travel 23 – 30 June 2019; 1 – 8 October 2019; 11 – 19 December 2019;
Add from $400*pp for travel 16 July 2019 – 21 September 2019;
Add from $600*pp for travel 1 – 15 July 2019; 22 – 30 September 2019;

Add from $150*pp for travel 23 – 30 June 2019; 1 – 8 October 2019; 11 – 19 December 2019;
Add from $400*pp for travel 16 July 2019 – 21 September 2019;
Add from $500*pp for travel 1 – 15 July 2019; 22 – 30 September 2019;

BOOK BY 30 June 2019

Package deal: MHC

Other Details

Valid for new bookings only. Prices are correct at time of publication and are subject to change, cancellation or withdrawal without notice. Accommodation is subject to availability. Insurance is not included and is strongly recommended. All prices are in Australian Dollars per person twin share unless stated otherwise. Charges may apply for changes or cancellations to your holiday.

*Flights are based on promotional economy class fares. Flights may not be direct or operate daily. Cannot stay longer than 1 month after departure from point of origin. Prices are subject to promotional fare availability. Air surcharges apply during Australian school holidays and Peak periods.

North Bali Tour:

The markets of Candi Kuning are the first stop today, and it is here where we can buy some of the tropical fruits that Bali is famous for. There are also some beautiful flower shops and exotic spices to tantalize your senses, and the markets are a photographer’s dream come true.
After departing the markets, we continue on to Lake Bratan, where we can find Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, a temple built entirely on small islands and dedicated to the water goddess Dewi Danu.

Passing by the twin lakes of Bali, we arrive at the town of Banjar, with enough time to take a dip in the hot springs for which this village is famous. The main pool is quite large and around 2 meters deep. Local people believe that the springs have healing properties, and that the high sulphur content of the water gently nourishes the skin. There is a second pool, which is smaller and warmer and, in all pools, the water emerges from the mouths of stone dragons and barongs.

After a fresh water shower, head to Lovina, an area famous for early morning dolphin sightings, and there is enough time for lunch at a local seaside restaurant (at own expense). Needless to say, the beach is beautiful, and offers great photo opportunities with its colourful outriggers lining the pristine sands.

After lunch, visit the former Dutch capital of Bali, now known as Singaraja, which, if translated directly, means ‘Lion King’. Once a bustling centre of commerce and government, Singaraja is now a sleepy town with tree lined boulevards and old colonial residences.

On the return journey, a final stop is made at Git Git Waterfall, with its impressive 80m cascade, which is sure to be a memorable conclusion to this diverse and enjoyable trip.

East Bali Tour: 

Begin the day with a drive along the Eastern Coastline of Bali all the way to Taman Ujung, Taman Ujung was created by one of the Kings of Karangasem as a recreational place for him and his concubines. Next it’s onward to Tirta Gangga Water palace, stroll around the water features and enjoy the cool drop in temperature. After lunch (at own expense) we will visit the Village of Tenganan, an original Balinese village, a stronghold of ancient traditions. You can see the local women weave the famous “flaming” cloth, kambengeringsing, which supposedly has the power of immunize the wearer against evil. In the afternoon you head back to the hotel.

Besakih Temple & Ubud Tour:

At Bukit Jambul is a beautiful place a green hill and rice terrace under it. In this plateau, we will see the beautiful valley that is encircled by fertile tropical trees with the rice terrace as main focus.
The highlight of todays tour is Besakih, the mother temple of Bali. The temple sits 300m up the slopes of Gunung Agung, the island’s highest mountain. The temple is comprised of 23 separate, but related, individual temples. The most important of these is Pura Penataran Agung, a six tiered temple which is terraced up the mountain.
The backdrop is impressive and if the mist rolls in you may just feel as if you are in the clouds. On a clear day, the view extends down to the sea and is not to be missed.
Along the way, a stop will be made for lunch at a restaurant (at own expenses).
No visit to Ubud is complete without stopping in to see the towns cheekiest inhabitants – the macaque monkeys, who inhabit the Monkey Forest! Groups of these fascinating little monkeys live in the beautifully shaded forest, where they are free to roam from tree to tree, and they often come down to say hello to people who come to visit. Last stop on todays tour is the Ubud Market, where you can purchase all sorts of things from clothing to jewelry to beautiful pieces of art and souvenirs. Bargaining is a must here, as these old ladies can be tough!


Valued at $3,540*pp Pay from $2,190*pp Ex Perth

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