The Reimagined AYANA Farm at AYANA Property Reopens July 2023 with Various Vary of Visitor Experiences

Masking two hectares of the 90-hectare AYANA Property in Jimbaran, Bali’s largest built-in resort, AYANA Farm is an natural oasis and studying centre that gives the property with a wide selection of high-quality produce and allows company to expertise time-honoured sustainable farming strategies. After present process months of manufacturing system and infrastructure enhancements, the reimagined AYANA Farm is now providing company and the broader group an expanded vary of immersive, academic, and enriching experiences.


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Aerial view of AYANA Farm


These numerous new experiences invite guests to immerse themselves within the pure great thing about their environment whereas deepening their understanding of sustainability strategies, together with the agricultural practices which have formed Bali for hundreds of years. Agrarian tradition and striving for ecological stability play a major position within the non secular lives of Balinese, and AYANA Farm is the proper setting to delve deeper into the foundations of the island’s distinctive agricultural heritage.


By way of its use of eco-friendly and climate-smart practices – together with soil well being and biodiversity upkeep, water conservation, and useful resource optimization – together with strategies handed down by means of generations of Indonesian farmers, AYANA Farm is the perfect location for company serious about studying about environmental sustainability and Bali’s historical agricultural ethos.


To study in regards to the farm’s sustainability rules and conventional strategies used to develop a various array of greens, fruits, herbs, edible flowers, and medicinal crops, AYANA welcomes company and all group members to benefit from the complementary AYANA Farm Stroll, which runs each Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 9am to 9.45am. 


Through the Rediscover Agriculture at AYANA Farm expertise, company can discover sustainable farming practices, take part in actions comparable to planting and harvesting, and study in regards to the farm’s Apotek Hidup, or residing pharmacy, which highlights Balinese and Indonesian conventional medicinal information. On the finish of the go to – which runs each Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from 8.30am to 10am – contributors create their very own natural teas utilizing AYANA Farm natural edible flowers and herbs.


In the meantime, from July 13, those that are intrigued by the traditional artwork of Indonesia’s conventional natural cures can be a part of The Artwork of Djamoe by the Jamu Bar. Led by skilled herbalists and jamu makers will probably be performed each Tuesday and Thursday from 3.30pm to five.30pm.


From July 27, company who could also be aspiring mixologists or who merely take pleasure in getting artistic with drinks at residence will probably be enticed by the Farm-to-Bar Workshop. On this distinctive expertise, which is able to run each Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 6pm, contributors will craft their very own customized cocktails and mocktails utilizing freshly harvested edible flowers, herbs, and spices. 


Lastly, for these extra inclined to chill out and absorb the therapeutic energy of nature, the Afternoon Tea at AYANA Farm runs each Monday, Wednesday and Sunday from 3pm to 5pm. Visitors can expertise the farm’s extraordinary biodiversity and bask within the wonders of Bali’s fertile lands.


“The opening of the fully reimagined AYANA Farm reaffirms our dedication to utilizing environmentally sustainable practices throughout our resorts and accommodations, whereas additionally honouring native traditions,” says Giordano Faggioli, Normal Supervisor of AYANA Property. “We’re additionally proud to announce that AYANA Farm will shift to 100% photo voltaic power this 12 months,” Giordano continues.


“With the rise in travellers wanting to present again to the communities they go to and to type lasting connections, we imagine AYANA Farm is about to turn out to be one in every of Bali’s standout eco-tourism locations,” concludes Giordano.