A night at bamboo dream home Camaya Bali

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Even after ten years in Bali, we’re never done with exploring the island. There is just so much beauty to see and new incredible island stays are popping up every day. And so did Camaya Bali. Our stay at this remote bamboo dream home on the edge of a green lush jungle valley with the most magical view over mount Agung was truly a once in a lifetime experience!

Check out our vlog below or here on our YouTube channel and photo diary of our magical night stay here.

About Camaya
We were lucky to stay here for a night three weeks ago, as Camaya has been fully booked since day one. You can get lucky if you follow them on Instagram or sign up on their website, they sometimes have a cancelation and you can quickly book your nights. Or, just be super early birdie to book your magical jungle getaway.

As the house is completely open, you’re fully out in nature 24/7 (yes, that does include some bugs too welcome to the jungle!). It’s located in the beautiful Karangasem area close to a little village called Selat. You can’t go any more local and experience the still authentic Bali than here.

We woke up with nothing the sound of singing birds, the crispy fresh air of lush rice paddies and an incredible sunrise over Mount Agung and a golden morning light glow spreading over the valley by the minute. With that and only a few villagers farming the fields below it’s like we were watching a scene from a movie. Being out in nature like this is truly a once in a lifetime experience!

You can spend the day in the house, chilling in the hammock or the outdoor flower bath, play games (they have some in the house!) or explore the area by motorbike (or hire a car with driver). You can make coffee, tea, juices or cook yourself in Camaya’s bamboo dream kitchen or Made and his incredibly kind team can prepare food for you so you can enjoy this local and remote jungle getaway to the fullest.
You can stay in the house with 4 persons (2 bedrooms, Eve & Steph slept upstairs and Pris downstairs) or you can also book the extra house next door (1 bedroom) if you are with 6 people. Perfect for adventurous travelers or couples in search of a romantic, secluded Bali getaway (and yes it’s Bali babymoon proof, tested by Eve & Steph haha). In 2019 they will open a few more bamboo houses on the edge of the valley. You’ll still have the private, remote jungle experience as the valley is big enough and you won’t be able to see into each others ‘homes’.

You can find the website of Camaya Bali here.
We hope you loved our Camaya Bali Video and photo diary, would you wanna stay here when in Bali? Let us know in the comments!

Wearing in this post:
Gooseberry Intimates
Gooseberry Seaside
Shop Welikebali
Magali Pascal


  1. Lucas H. Parker says

    Oh god, I am so envious of you guys. My wife and I went to Ubud on our holiday vacation and it was absolutely dreamy. My wife’s hobby is photography so the images she made are amazing. She keeps posting them to her social media profiles even now 2 years later. Those 10 days were not enough and I can definitely see myself living there. We stayed at this villa https://goo.gl/88doXf and we got a really nice price for it but your place has that natural feel and I love it. Thanks for your blog post because it brought really nice memories <3

  2. Daniela DM says

    Hey ladies! I’m a super big fan from your blog and are so excited to travel to Bali next month! Do you know where I can rent a motorbike in Ubud? The hotel we have booked (Desa Visesa) don’t have scooters to rent and cannot recommend any place… Do you know more about that??

    Thank you and keep doing what you do!!! Hugs:)

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