Welcome to Jatiluwih
Nyoman Sutama and his family of 5 are based in the village of Jatiluwih.
Nyoman is the Head of the Subak cluster (the 20 communities combined), and has over 50 years of experience as a rice farmer, making him highly skilled in traditional Balinese methods that date back centuries. In recent years, he has faced many challenges including water shortages to irrigate rice fields, pressure to convert farmland into commercial settlements, more frequent pest problems, and declining price of rice.
Him and his family would love to welcome you into their home to exchange laughs, smiles, and culture, making for an enriching and impactful travel experience.
The village of Jatiluwih has the most notable Subak community in its cluster, it is a quaint and rustic village well knows for it’s beautiful terraced rice fields.
Details of The Homestay
Native Bahasa & Basic English
Highlights of The Experience
Learn from the Head of the Subak cluster
Get in-depth insight on the history, customs, and practices that shape Jatiluwih
Farming and Gardening
Learn traditional gardening and farming methods as well as age-old ceremonies and rituals in the rice field
Learn how to cook traditional Balinese food and desert using local ingredients
Visit various hot springs and bathing houses in nearby villages for a warm nature cleanse
Hike to the 2,000m peak of the Mount Batukaru
Trek through the endless rice fields of Jatiluwih
Forest & Waterfall Exploration
Explore untouched forests and see waterfalls
Visit the five surrounding temples
2 days, 1 nightIncludes:
3 days, 2 nightsIncludes:
4 days, 3 nightsIncludes:
As part of the pilot, you suggest your price when you request a stay.
*Consider the model: 40% invested into ProjectKalpa’s community initiatives, 30% directly to the hosts and their families, 30% to Troveko. After requesting, someone from our team will confirm your stay within 12 hours.