Karma Jimbaran is a boutique villa resort set on a gentle slope a little way back from the unruffled waters of Jimbaran Bay famed for its sunsets and beachfront seafood
restaurants. The resort comprises of 40 private pool villas of 1 - 6 bedrooms, accessed via paths that meander through beautiful gardens of verdant tropical flora. Each fully equipped villa offers generous amounts of space, a private plunge pool and a mix of designer comforts including audiovisual systems as well as artistic elements from around the Indonesian archipelago. Guests also benefit from the resort’s excellent amenities which include a destination restaurant beside the resort’s intimate pool area, a spa facility, boutique and even a dedicated kid’s club.
Discover a wealth of experiences and activities at Karma Jimbaran and sister resort Karma Kandara. Explore Bali with select activities from cultural encounters to big game fishing to traditional cooking classes.
Karma Jimbaran Luxury Villa Resort has compiled an extensive and diverse portfolio of activities and experiences for its guests, both within the resort and without. Bali is one of the most multilayered and fascinating islands in the world and with just a little exploration, reveals a host of beautiful environments, cultural experiences and leisure options. Take a shuttle up to sister resort Karma Kandara, where a cliff inclinator will take you down 85 metres of limestone cliff to a pristine sweep of sand giving onto a tranquil lagoon. This is Nammos Beach Club, Karma’s private Mykonian style retreat where wood fired pizzas, signature cocktails and a range of water based activities from snorkelling to kayaking to jet skiing can be enjoyed.
One of Bali’s eight cardinal temples, the most sacred on the island, is located just a 15 minute drive away in Uluwatu, suspended vertiginously on an outcropping of rock high above the surf. From getting up close and personal with Sumatran elephants to game fishing to white water rafting to Balinese cooking classes to horse riding. Karma Jimbaran’s experienced team of staff is on hand to help guests plan itineraries and provide expert guidance, insights and suggestions – from cultural encounters exploring ancient villages, temples and markets, to high energy pursuits like scaling a volcano, diving a coral where reef giant Trevally, Manta Ray, turtles and Mola Mola (sunfish) gather, or you could even try kite-surfing.