Bumi Cinta Bali


We are thrilled to be able to offer you a full service retreat center in the middle of a stunning nature, with grandiose views and very carefully designed and built. The “common priest” who “inaugurated” this project on the 26th December 2022 confirms that it is a very powerful and energetically secure space. Let us all keep it like that.


Bumi Cinta Bali caters for up to 24 guests accommodated in timber and bamboo structures including 6 “Elang” huts, 4 “Kutilang” bungalows and one “Gelatik” Villa.


The restaurant space, rises quietly on wooden stilts in the middle of the raw nature of the North Bali Mountains providing epic etheral views of the Bali Sea as it merges with heavenly sky. With this scenery our guests are served high-vibrational food with locally-grown and lovingly prepared ingredients, many of which come from our organic gardens.

The restaurant is open for public on

Tuesday and Friday from
1 pm - 9 pm

Yoga Shala

Our Yoga Shala of approximately 100m2 has enough space for up to 30 people. It’s made from reclaimed Wood and Bamboo and has spectacular views. Bathrooms and Storage rests on the first floor.


Our spa consists of a  dry sauna, a  steam sauna, an infra red sauna, plunge pools and a natural swimming pool that is filtered and cleaned by plants.

It is open for public on
Tuesday and Friday from 1 pm till 9 pm.

Edible Garden & Forest

Bumi Cinta has been designed by a team of conscious architects, permaculturists and designers to achieve symbiosis and care for nature who nutures all who visit here. Promote healing, purification, and nature connection, the raw nature of the surrounding jungle is balanced with heavenly views of the sea seamlessly merging with the sky. At Bumi Cinta Bali we are lucky to be the custodians of a mature Cacao and Rambutan forest! We are converting it into a permaculture inspired Food Forest by adding ground crops, climbers and shrubs to the mix. Along with the Food Forest we are implementing organic vegetable gardens to provide our guest with the freshest and cleanest ingredients possible and within workshops to take education and inspiration back to their homes. Our sewage system relies on a natural process with the material eventually entering our wastewater gardens. The Cacao harvested will be used in chocolate-making workshops and of course to serve out guests.