Green Camp (Badung)

Attraction Green Camp, Jalan Raya Sibang Kaja, Banjar Saren, Abiansemal, Badung, 80352 Published on: 13-11-2015

5 hours
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
09:15 AM
02:15 PM
First-time visit
Must see
85.00 USD

Green Camp (Badung) is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
GreenCamp is situated on the site of the world renowned Green School in Bali's rich rainforest. It is blessed with an amazing outdoor classroom.

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Why Green Camp (Badung) is special ?

GreenCamp is situated on the site of the world renowned Green School in Bali's rich rainforest. It is blessed with an amazing outdoor classroom. With a custom designed site integrating organic gardens, traditional bamboo and thatched roof yurts, a lodge and located steps away from the beautiful Ayung River, GreenCamp provides an inspired setting for outdoor experiential education. The local and international staff are committed to providing fun and engaging activities that blend environmental, cultural, personal and group learning. Operating year round, GreenCamp offers specialty school and group programs, day and mid-week offerings, week-end Family Camps, corporate programs and professional courses in growing organic veg and building with bamboo.


What to explore at Green Camp (Badung)?

You don’t need to go crazy eco-friendly on us and grow dreadlocks and live in trees (excuse the horrible stereotyping). Instead, you can simply take the family for a 3-day bonding adventure at green camp.

Have an adventurous stay in funky traditional yurts made from sustainable building materials. They might not be the Ritz but they will help you to get away from the outside stresses of the world, and back to basics.

Your days will be filled with bamboo building, Balinese cooking and dye making. Discover the real Bali during guided treks and swims in the natural pools.

To top it all off, you will have delicious organic meals cooked for you. Taste the difference and get some tips from the fantastic chefs around.

After time spent at Green Camp, you can go home with the happy knowledge and experience of truly getting ‘lean, mean and green’.


How to get to Green Camp (Badung)?

The best way to get Green Camp is by taxi. You can also hire a private car to vivit this place.

It is located right next to award winning Green School. Just drive up and park in the assigned parking space, then walk into Green School and ask for GreenCamp.

Selling points

  • Fascinating experiment in education & architecture
  • Regardless of ideology, a fascinating thing to see
  • Amazing architecture
  • Inspirational and truly memorable
  • Inspirational and interesting tour
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5.0 days
350.28 USD
Total travel distance
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Green Camp, Jalan Raya Sibang Kaja, Banjar Saren, Abiansemal, Badung, 80352

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Tips for you

  • At the end you can donate $100 to carve your name in a minuscule spot in the bamboo structure.
    Things to do
  • You should bring sunblock, hat to save your health.
    What to bring
  • You should bring some clothes in case you can get wet or dirty.
    What to bring
  • You should bring your camera to caught the fascinating view or spectacular moment of yours or your kids.
  • You should visit the official website to get more detail information.
  • You should bring umbrella or raincoat, weather is unpredictable.
  • You can have a tour so you should wear the comfortable shoes.
    What to wear
  • Parking is available.


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I took a two hour bamboo model making workshop in the morning @ green village and toured the green school as part 3 of the afternoon tour. The communication and instructions form the website and confirmation emails are very confusing. I had to skype the admin office to find out what time it was on and where to meet them. Our your guide was Gika, I graduate of the school and now development officer. She was friendly but ranted a little on how amazing the school was. It reminded me of listening to highschool girls having a conversation - not that interesting. My reason for the tour was to observe the bamboo structures and the general ethos of the school. I was not interested in what the tour guide had to say nor did I find it that interesting. The school is fantastic and comparatively sustainable to the norm hence being the 'greenest school on earth' BUT, reverse osmosis machinery pumping aquifers when Bali has 15% of it's water remaining... NOT sustainable. All in all good, but time consuming, put aside a few hours.

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