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Hars Garden Tree Houses

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Jalan Sri Wedari No. 99, Ubud 80571 Indonesia
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Jones wrote a review Dec 2020
Indonesia2 contributions
My experience at Hars Garden was amazing! On arrival i was greeted by him at the entrance to his Jungle after walking through his organic garden, with his dreadlocks hanging near to the floor and a big healthy organic smile. Instantly i knew that this was the ideal place for me. Slowly walking up the steps into my treehouse accommodation trying to take in all the jungle and nature around me. The treehouse was unreal! So simple so unique! It drops off probably 20m from the balcony into the deep jungle with a river and waterfall at the bottom! Waking up at 6am with a very slight few strips of sunlight shining through the jungle canopy, it was torrential rain and i had never felt ever before the pure deep form of mother nature like that! Laying in bed with the large glass windows in front dropping off into the deep wet jungle! The sounds of running water and birds,frogs,monkeys literally i did not want to leave this moment. 3hours later i finally prized myself out of my trance to start the course. Breakfast was a huge tray of fruit all from the garden then a main course of salad and ubi (potato) all obviously grown by hars and picked early morning by Hars while i was daydreaming into the jungle haha. What i learnt from this dude was not just how to grow great organic food but how to live in this world with the ecosystem and not against it, also how to create a ecosystem on my land in Sumbawa that was partly destroyed by corn farming. His information was golden and his mission in life (to save the ecosystem and work with nature) also to educate the word on how to grow organic food and to work with nature not against it. Using his own techniques and also others from hundreds of years ago. Basically he is a all time hero and the course was very beneficial to me and my family to create a new life over in Sumbawa living from the land and working with Nature. The course was supposed to be 2 days but i booked a extra day in because there was so much i wanted to learn! Overall i done 3 days 4 nights there, the three hour course a day was not really enough for me to take everything in, ideally i would like to take a week course 8hours a day haha but obviously Hars has a life too and to steal his time that much just wouldn't be fair. When i left he kindly gave me over 30 different types of herbs and strains that i could bring with me to sumbawa. Now all i need to do is keep them alive and spread hars knowledge to others who are grownig using monoculture techniques destroying the ecosystem. Thanks Hars and good luck with your future project in Sumba! Peace joy and healthy food Sir
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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L1382QMbrettb wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia5 contributions1 helpful vote
About a 5 minute car ride or 4 kms from the bustling centre of Ubud you’ll find this magical place. Having stayed a week in a Villa with a pool in Seminyak we were looking for somewhere different that would give us a truely unique Bali experience. With Hans Garden Tree houses we hit the Jackpot! I Can not recommend this place enough. From the first moment we met Hans we knew we stumbled apon something truely special. His a kind, humble, warm soul who speaks passionately about his love for permaculture and keeping Bali sustainable. He is a master builder. All gardens surrounding the property and tree houses built and cultivated with love by him, his wife and a team of merry friends. The pathways leading from the welcome hut to the two tree houses are an artwork in themselves and as you meander your way through this hidden paradise you instantly feel a calm wash over you and get a sense that you’ve just entered a magical fairy village. Then you find your accomodation... The tree houses look quite humble from the outside but as you top the stairs and open the doors the true power and beauty that Hans created with hits you. You are meet with an amazing view from two spotlessly clean large glass walls/French doors that surround a large comfortable bed. You are in the canopy of a dense lush rainforest. It’s breathtakingly romantic. Decorated shelves and a giant tree trunk bring more charm to this amazing room that leads on to a balcony with bean bags if you feel you want to step outside and get even closer to nature. The bathroom is immaculate. Great toilet with a hot shower and amazing shower head. The windows in the shower open up so you can look over the garden and rice field on the other side of the house. The house is sealed from the outside. With fly screens. The bed is fitted with a mosquito net, not that we needed it. We were sure we were going to have to deal with an array of insects but this simply wasn’t the case. After the first night we didn’t even use the net. When at home I quite often listen to rainforest sounds to put me to sleep. This was my own real life rainforest track. Frogs, crickets and the sound of running water from the creek outside made for the perfect sleeping soundscape. Every night my busy mind was emptied and I had amazing dreams. When we woke we were treated to a morning nature show. Sunlight danced through the lush foliage and we watched birds and butterflies busily welcoming the day. Out came the camera as a cute squirrel jumped from tree to tree just meters away. We then heard a soft wind instrument sound...breakfast? We made our way to the cute communal meeting hut where we were presented with a huge plate of amazing fresh and organic fruit grown on the farm. Papaya, pineapple, watermelon, dragonfruit and passionfruit. A glass of coconut water and fresh organic coffee. Fully satisfied we were then treated to a second course of salad and some baked root vegetables. What a delicious and nutritious way to start the day! Hans’ happy face then appeared to ask us what we wanted to do for the day. He has contacts to do just about everything and cheaper than the prices you’ll get in town without the hassle of bargaining, or having to go into town. Drivers will pick you up from the tree houses or bikes will be delivered. I worry when I write this that I’ll be gushing too much and that this review will somehow seem unreal. But we have been blown away by this experience and just want every like minded person to also taste paradise and experience the magic that is Hans Garden Treehouses. I’ll never stay in Ubud central again and will be dreaming of this place every day until I return. Hans you are a truely remarkable and inspirational man. The warmth you and your wife and your merry staff exude is life changing. Thank you thank you thank you.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Greg D wrote a review Apr 2018
Sunshine Coast, Australia164 contributions78 helpful votes
Hars was a friendly and helpful host, and the tree house was clean and in a lovely location. You will probably need transport to see any sights as its 4km from the town, although there are a number of good eating options within a short walk. There are no cooking, refrigerator or coffee options in the rooms. While you can go to Hars kitchen to make a cup of coffee, it’s not very convenient after dark. Breakfast is wonderful, but you’ll be eating while seated on the floor if you have mobility issues, and there is only one small wooden chair in the room. Hars will organise transport for you, and has a range of day activities on offer, including cooking and organic farming. Great if you want some peace and quiet, but not so convenient if you want to be near the action.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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alejandrob524 wrote a review Feb 2018
Tamborine Mountain, Australia290 contributions48 helpful votes
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Har’s Garden is the perfect place for a peaceful getaway. In your treehouse you’ll be surrounded by the sounds of the beautiful Balinese nature. Each morning you are provided with local fruit as well as a selection of freshly picked salads from the garden; a perfect healthy start to the day. Har’s is very informative about the sights and attractions that Ubud has to offer. Har’s Garden is a must try for the nature lovers and a perfect opportunity to try something new.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Bex J wrote a review Jan 2018
Chiswick, United Kingdom2 contributions
My boyfriend and I absolutely loved our stay at Hars Garden - the treehouse was beautiful and overlooked the jungle. And even better Hars cooked us fresh breakfast grown on his land to set us up for our day exploring around Ubud. Thank you Hars :)
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hars Garden Tree Houses
Which popular attractions are close to Hars Garden Tree Houses?
Nearby attractions include Sari Api Ceramic Studio (0.2 miles), Wayan Gama Painter Group and School (0.3 miles), and Ubud Holiday Tour (0.3 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Hars Garden Tree Houses?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tulen Restaurant, Warung d'Carik, and Warung Bintangbali.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hars Garden Tree Houses?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Japanese, and Indonesian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hars Garden Tree Houses?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Gunung Sari Dance (5.0 miles), Peliatan Royal Palace (1.9 miles), and Yeh Pulu Temple (3.1 miles).