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The Kul Kul Farm

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Solitude, Connection, Community.

I spent 2 months on the beautiful haven that is Kul Kul Farm. Maria & Orin together with their... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Andrea C
Tranquility, positivity and pure love

From saplings to flower beds, coconuts to potatoes, butterflies to birds and black pigs to rescued... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The Kul Kul Farm is a permaculture farm within walking distance from the Green School in Bali. We offer workshops and experiences that are designed to inspire and teach permaculture skills for sustainable living. Our team is made up of farmers, home...more
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Jl. Raya Sibang Kaja | Banjar Saren, Abiansemal 80352, Indonesia
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+62 811-3896-070
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I spent 2 months on the beautiful haven that is Kul Kul Farm. Maria & Orin together with their whole team welcomed me in wholeheartedly and opened my eyes to a world of connection towards community, the land & living sustainability through and through. Their...More

Thank Andrea C
Reviewed 1 week ago

From saplings to flower beds, coconuts to potatoes, butterflies to birds and black pigs to rescued chickens. This farm is paradise on earth. All the buildings are eco buildings, built from bamboo and recycled windscreens. The KulKul farm has a lot to shine for. The...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What an absolutely magical place. Surrounded and immersed in nature, Maria,Orin and their hard working team are the perfect hosts with an abundance of knowledge and inspiration that they constantly share with you :) seeing the way the work and how much they love what...More

Thank Tammy F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you want to be surrounded by nature, great food, stimulating courses and great hosts then you will not be disappointed! The KULKUL farm staff are just always ready to help out with anything you need. There are massive tipi type tents and also rooms...More

Thank MaxineC174
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Kul Kul Farm and got a chance to have Maria (one of the owners) as a guide. We couldn't have felt more welcome. Maria and her heartwarming Mediterranean personality put us at ease right from the start. She showed us all corners of...More

Thank Rodrigo C
MariaFarr, Co-Founder at The Kul Kul Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you both for joining us! We loved having you and sharing all good things permaculture living.

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited the Kul Kul Farm on a one day tour and immediately knew I had to go back - there is a special feel the moment you step into this place! I decided to enroll in their permaculture course which I would describe as...More

Thank Emsss1
Reviewed 1 week ago

I've been twice to this farm with my son, and the second time around we decided to join in a great workshop and we loved every bit of it. It was a great experience and their hospitality just made it feel like our home away...More

Thank Alessandra F
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely love spending time at Kul Kul Farm. Seeing what they've done and how they are respecting the land is inspirational. I've taken a couple full day workshops with them- one a mini permaculture and the other an apothecary. Both were jam packed with information...More

Thank svc123
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The past few weeks here in Bali have been a dream come true. I enrolled in a permaculture design course at the kul kul farm and met some amazing people from at least 15 different countries. Everyone coming together with one goal in mind: to...More

Thank Colene T
Reviewed 1 week ago

I took the 2 week course on Permaculture Design in September 2018. The course was surprisingly very full-on and jam packed with informations on farming / plants / water / business/ economy. It was very over-whelming but it was super enganging. Staying on the farm...More

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MarinaH1946
26 April 2018|
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Response from CAtraveler2k | Reviewed this property |
I used a private driver for all transportation in Bali. His name is Gusti. You can contact him using WhatsApp at +62 813-3763-0311
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