Baliwoso is an agricultural adventure camp located in Dusun Delod Umah, Desa Pengotan, Bangli, Bali. It lies in about 1,000 meters above sea level, 70 km North East of Ngurah Rai International Airport of Bali, 5 km South of Lake Batur, Kintamani, or 15 km north of Bangli, the capitol city of Bangli Regency. The camp was designed to promote conservation of not only nature but also the local culture – to promote sustainable tourism and to provide benefits to the local communities in the area.
Here, you get to sleep in uniquely designed Serengeti Tents in a verdant surrounding, and are also expected to participate in fun activities with the local people. If you love learning about local culture then you will love camping at Baliwoso Ecotourism Camp! The camp aides are more than happy to teach campers about the local culture and introducing exotic dishes prepared by the Pengotans themselves. Guests can enjoy various activities in the camp during the day and then sleep at night in their ethnic Serengeti Tents.
A little bit about pengotan Pengotan is one among other villages in Bangli Regency, Bali, whose majority of the people leave in agriculture and raising cattle and other animals. Local people grow plants such as Jeruk Kintamani, Coffee, Chillies, King Grass, Sweet Potatoe or Purple Yam, Corn, and other vegetables. The Pengotans are also strong believers of Hindu and inherited and practice their ancestors’ cultures and rituals. This explains why there are many ceremonial events for the local people to conduct, and for visitors to enjoy. A majority of Pengotans live by raising cattle and poultry. They also grow various crops including coffee, purple yams, and chilies. Most of the locals are Hindu, which means practice colorful rituals and ceremonial events! If you’re lucky enough, you might get to see these amazing events!