Nestled on the lush jungle of rural Tabanan, Nirjhara is a resort which redefines ‘sustainable luxury’ offering secluded sanctuary with a dash of opulence for their staying guest.
Opening in January of this year, Nirjhara is a space where luxury and sustainability meet. The resort’s name is derived from Sanskrit word for ‘waterfall’; an apt moniker for a sanctuary nestled amidst natural wonder and mere minutes from tourist haven Tanah Lot Temple and Kedungu Beach.
Drawing inspiration from traditional local villages on its majestic surrounding, Nirjhara offers Balinese charm in spades. A chance to reconnect with nature will greet visitors here; 85% of Nirjhara’s 25 suites face distinctive views of a waterfall, terraced rice paddies and a gentle river. There are 8 River Pavilions, 4 River Pool Pavilions, 7 Canopy Suites, 5 Two-Bedroom Pool Villas, and private haven The Residence to choose from. Each suite is surrounded by the resort’s lush garden, planted with species endemic to Indonesia, immersing guests in nature while preserving the all-important sense of intimacy.
Nirjhara was created to cater to a new breed of discerning yet environmentally conscious travelers, who believe that high end hospitality can tread lightly on the planet without compromising on quality and service. As such, the ethos is a deep-rooted commitment to environmental, social and cultural issues, and every effort was made to minimize the resort’s impact on the surrounding natural world. Ambu, the hotel’s main restaurant, sources over 95% of its ingredients locally, primarily from neighboring farms in Tabanan. Furthermore, the resort made the deliberate choice to remove single-use bathroom amenities and eliminate single-use plastic from the entire property.
There’s an array of amenities to keep guests entertained during their stay. Wellness is a key pillar of the experience at Nirjhara. The Retreat, a spa which was designed as a haven of relaxation at the heart of the property, draws inspiration from Bali’s rich tradition of village healers, offering a menu of blessings which seek to address present-day ailments through ancestral practices. Guests are also invited to enjoy complimentary yoga and meditation classes guided by local experts, held at The Shala, a riverside yoga pavilion overlooking Nirjhara’s stunning waterfall. The sustainable structure, designed by award-winning green architects Ibuku was built entirely in bamboo to create organic curves that complement its immediate natural surroundings. For more info or inquiry send your email to [email protected]
Jl. Nirjhara, Banjar Kedungu, Belalang, Kec. Kediri, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82121
P. +62 361 209 5333