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Learn  -  Serve  - Immerse


Book Trip by August 15, take $150 off each adult traveler by using the code MEANINGFUL2020

Join us on a 12-day Learn, Serve & Immerse trip of Bali (October 2020 Dates available)! 


An island famous for its stunning beaches, captivating culture and mystical traditions,  you’ll learn about the Tri Hita Karana, the central philosophy of the Balinese people, enjoy a fun music workshop, witness a performance of the Balinese Legong dance, sample the flavors of delicious Balinese cuisine, and explore the backroads of Bali’s heartland on two wheels. 


More importantly, this trip offers opportunities to help address some global challenges that Bali faces. By working with several Balinese non-profits (NGOs) and communities, this trip is designed to explore and contributes in a small way towards the following  United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

  • Quality Education (UNSDG#4): Helping Indonesian children read;

  • Gender Equality  (UNSDG#5):  On this program we’ll visit two inspiring organizations in Bali that are working towards helping women and girls gain equal access to education and work opportunities. 

  • Clean Water and Sanitation (UNSDG#6): In Bali and across Indonesia there is a looming water crisis as ground water is consumed at an alarming rate in the tourism sector and other industries. On this program you will learn about the challenges with clean water access in Bali and complete a service project alongside two organizations working to address the issue.

On this trip, you’ll also visit the Tirta Empul holy spring temple, a sacred site said to purify the soul and mind, and explore the village of Ubud, a center of healing energy, good spirits, meditation, yoga and more. You’ll take an herbal walk to learn about how native plants are used in traditional Bali medicine. Another highlight is the chance to attend an exclusive Royal Palace tour and dinner hosted by a Balinese prince. 



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12 days, 11 nights

Tour Highlights
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  • Learn about the Tri Hita Karana, the central philosophy of the Balinese people

  • Serve with Balinese communities on projects that support education, village clean-up and protecting the islands' coral reefs.

  • Immerse in cultural workshops to learn about local cuisine, dance, music, woodcarving,  puppet making and more!

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Ubud- Pemuteran-East Bali-Sanur​

 Bali, Indonesia

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Bali Temple
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