We spent several days with Wayan and it was a real pleasure. He is an excellent driver and he understood well what we wanted to discover from Bali. Wayan is reliable, accomodating, always in time and likes joking. He contributed a lot to the very good memories that we have from this wonderful island. Thank you so much, Wayan .
Door een ongelukkige misstap, blesseerde ik mijn knie. De geplande wandel- en fietstocht met Wayan kon daardoor niet doorgaan. Wayan paste daarop de tocht aan, aan mijn (on)mogelijkheden. We hebben toen toch een onvergetelijke dagtour met Wayan gehad. Een goede gids en een perfecte gastheer. Van mij krijgt hij vijf sterren!!!
Wayan ‘is’ Bali. He knows a lot about the history, habits and rituals of the country. Taking you to unknown places instead of the corny tourist ones. Humble, humorous and great ‘magnetic’ hands. Headache while travelling? Not for long… It was a pleasure meeting Wayan while he drove us – very safely – and showed us the wonderful Bali. Thanks Wayan!
We made several trips with Wayan during our stay on Bali. He showed us the real Bali, by car, bike and also walking and climbing. He is a nice and good guide, feels like a friend. It was amazing!! We had a lot of fun together. We’ll go to Bali again and contact Wayan to guide us and show more ‘Hidden Paradises’.
Theo & Afke Jorritsma
Wayan was an amazing guide. We arrived without hotel reservation, without ideas what to do and he organised everything for us. Thanks a lot, now you are a real friend. I will never forget this holiday with you, I smiled every day, it was very funny!! Thanks, with love
Kevin and Amelie
“Wayan took us on several trips. In the bus, on a bike. Wonderful, through some villages, rice fields. We saw a lot of Bali. Not only the tourist sites, but also the ‘real’ Bali. Wayan is a nice man and a good guide. Thank you for a wonderful time in Bali.”
Lucie & Herman Hek
A rafting adventure on a river by boat or on car tyres. “ River Wild”, no Meryl Streep, sorry.
A cooking course, with special Balinese dishes. Sometimes prepared with medicinal herbs. You eat what you prepare.
A language course in Bahasa Indonesia. Basic skills to start communication with locals.
A camping experience. Ever thought of that, sleeping in a tent in Indonesia?