There are SO many daily activities and wellness classes to join…for free. From meditation and yoga, to healing circles and pilates. Feeling more sociable? Join in family dinners, movie nights and cooking classes.
The restaurant menu offers an array of vegan options to detox your body and keep you feeling fresh. All produce is fresh & local!
Oh and let’s not forget the outdoor swimming pool as a perfect means of relaxing!
Penida Island is an island southwest of Bali. It has seriously breath-taking landscapes.
To get to Nusa Penida there is a ferry that leaves multiple times per day from Sanur (east Bali).
Most people just go for a day trip so it might be packed during the day and then you have almost the whole island to yourself after sunset. Therefore, we recommend to stay at least one night. It will give you early access to the best sight-seeing points like Kelingking Beach.
Important: You will need to ride a scooter to be independent in the island. There is also the possibility to book a car with a driver for the day, but it is much more expensive than a scooter.
Heading to Gili Trawangan for the diving opportunities? We can’t recommend Compass Divers Hostel enough in that case – book with them and receive a 10% discount on accommodation each day you dive with them.
Their scuba diving courses include try dives and fun dives too, either onsite or in the sea.
Back at the hostel everyone can enjoy a complimentary breakfast plus all day free tea, coffee & water.
The outdoor pool is a good place to relax. Otherwise, regain some energy in the awesome rooms.
Each dorm has 3 beds and they all come with double lockers, shelf, charging sockets, light and curtain.
Bali is a super budget-friendly destination, so once you’re on the island, it doesn’t really matter where you go as prices do not differ greatly. Of course, you’ll save even more money if you stay at hostels.
Where should a solo traveler go in Bali?
If you like to socialise and party, we recommend heading to Seminyak. Solo travellers that enjoy culture will enjoy Ubud. Otherwise, you can head to Ubud for some surf. Pretty much all of the hostels listed in these areas are designed with solo travellers in mind.
What are the best hotels in Bali?
Obviously, we recommend choosing a hostel to stay at during your time in Bali. Seriously, have a look at 5 star hostel Kos One in Canggu – no hotel would offer you these awesome amenities at such a good price.
We’ve done our best to include the absolute best Balinese hostels in each of the major cities on the continent. Hopefully you’ve found your perfect hostel Bali!
In case we happened to miss your desired location, have a look at our guides to the “best hostels in“. Here we cover many more destinations, including the top 3 hostels + party hostels and insider tips.
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