It takes about 18 hours to get from Los Angeles to Bali. Not an easy trip - especially with kids - but Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve definitely aims to make it easy once you arrive.
While you're at the spa soaking up one of the extraordinary traditional Balinese therapies performed by a native healer, renowned massage therapist and Yoga Guru, your kids can be busy in the mini explorers camp nestled in Bali's verdant rice paddies.
Upon arrival, the strike of a traditional Balinese gong welcomes you to the resort along with a refreshing local drink infused with indigenous herbs. Then, your personal butler, who will remain at your service throughout your stay, will escort you to your villa or suite, one of only 60 available at this intimate property.
The ‘Mini Explorers,’ experience includes harvesting from an organic garden, playing in the enlightening Kid’s Hut, and frolicking at the educational farm complete with cows, chickens, ducks, and rabbits. Here, kids learn to embrace their innate curiosity for the world through yoga, cooking, and workshops. They also learn how to make their very own Balinese herbal drink, Jamu, made with ginger, turmeric, and lemon grass, which are apparently beneficial to maintain their energy levels and their immune systems.
Far from daily distractions, this is one trip that the "luxe adventurer" will definitely appreciate.
Reserve Suites starts from (low/ high season) USD 570++/ 670++ per room per night
1 Bedroom Pool Villa starts from USD 850++/ 1050++
Posted on Tue, May 24, 2016
by Elise Edwards filed under