Resort & Spa
Naya Gawana Resort & Spa offers an intimate retreat experience featuring its own signature blend of romance, rejuvenation and exotic sensuality. Its philosophy is based on providing a place for rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul – “Nature Adventure”.
The property has been designed to fit into its natural surroundings, using indigenous materials as much as possible to reflect the local landscape & architecture of this hideaway destination.
The resort is constructed on a three hectares virgin land that is situated in the tranquil Menjangan Bay, on the tip of an unspoiled monsoon forest of West Bali National Park with its Banyuwedang natural hot spring that is a truly divine blessing of an everlasting flow of artesian hot water.
West Bali National Park is a 70.000-hectare Monsoon forest preserve, which includes the Menjangan Island and its surrounding waters. The Park is an exotic wildlife sanctuary, an appealing haven for nature enthusiasts, which may be explored by boat, on-foot trekking or bicycling. Menjangan Island’s fascinating underwater realm can be equally discovered by scuba diving or just snorkeling. The Resort provides a professional dive center with facilities that include complete sets of scuba equipment, PADI and SSI-certified dive masters and instructors, as well as dive buddies.
For after-hours activities, the Resort compliments all guests with an afternoon tea service as your relaxed gaze takes the pleasure in the breathtaking panoramic view of the infinity pool and the backdrop of Menjangan Bay and its monsoon forest.
Location & Maps
The Resort is located on the North-West corner of Bali Island. It is situated at the corner of the West Bali National Park, an idyllic and alluring natural setting for the Resort. It usually takes about 3.5 hours scenic drive from Bali International Airport Ngurah Rai to arrive at the Resort; driving through the famed Kuta, Legian, Seminyak/Kerobokan, and the rarely mentioned, but fascinating nevertheless, central Bali mountainous regions of Bedugul and Munduk, before arriving to Seririt, just 30 minutes or so from the Resort. We are in here…