Camp Bali

Explore the mystique of Indonesia with Camp Bali and delve into a Summer of sun, fun and adventure.

Limited to just 60 places, Camp Bali is an exclusive program offering the opportunity for Campers to feast their eyes upon some of the planet’s most captivating locations, including Bali, Lombok and the Gili Islands.

Explore the depths of crystal clear, aquatic hideaways and get up close and personal with kaleidoscopic reefs.

Immerse yourself in local culture, and partake in language and cooking lessons, while participants will be given the chance to flash their artistic flair during a Batik painting class.

Meanwhile, a visit to the rice terraces of Bali, considered an art form in their own right, is truly a sight to behold, while coffee drinkers can marvel at the source of their inherent vice during a visit to a coffee plantation.

Clown around with the adorable wildlife during a visit to the local monkey sanctuary and in the latter stages of your adventure, care for turtles as part of the Turtle Conservation Project.

A Summer recipe blending a generous serving of fun and utopia, Camp Bali is a Summer Camp that’ll leave you craving a second serving.

Shower yourself in sparks of sunshine at beautiful beaches and visit Ubud’s amazing Mountain Rice Terraces – the epitome of paradise, Bali must be seen to be believed.

Camp Highlights

Make an Impact
Dedicated Team


Robyn Woodward 5

Best experience of my life.

Camp Bali was so much fun, genuinely the best experience of my life. We did so many amazing activities and I made the best friends. All of whom I’m still in contact with now.

Emily Jayne 5

Totally worth it.

For a first time traveler, this was totally worth the money. The support the staff gave us and how fun they made the program was incredible.

Josh Robb 5

I want to go back now!

Camp Bali Gave me the travel bug, it was such a great experience, I can’t wait to do another Camp Location.

Arrival Info

Airport Pick Up: Transport from the Airport to your accommodation. Please note all arrivals should be before 5pm.

What's Included

Airport pick up: You’ll be met by one of our friendly reps and taken straight to your accommodation.
All in country transport and transfers: To all of your included activities, placements and locations.
Accommodation: Basic accommodation throughout your stay at Camp Bali
Activities: specific to your Camp Location, included within your itinerary.
Volunteering Placement
A free Camp Bali T-shirt
In-country support
A free sun tan (Unless you use factor 50!)

What's Not Included

Personal expenses while at Camp (food, drink, souvenirs and general daily living costs)
Extra excursions you may wish to get involved with. We offer included activities at all our Camps, however, on your free days there are extras you can do which our reps are always happy to help arrange. These never usually cost more than $10- $20 and are completely optional.


Day 1: Arrival

Arrive at Denpasar airport before heading to your accommodation in Ubud.

Today will be your first day of this thrilling adventure package. You will start your program with an induction session where you will learn your program for the next 3 weeks and get to know the cultural do’s and don’ts in Bali.

In the evening, set off to one of the famous beaches in Bali and enjoy a surf lesson.

Day 2: Let's Explore

Today you will explore the island and visit touristic places in and around Bali.

Visit Tanalot and Galuda misu and in the evening you will join a Sunset Yoga session.

Day 3: Sightseeing

Today you will visit the Ganuung Kavi temple and see the amazing monkey forest located at the heart of Ubud. Visit Tirta Empul, witness a Kajak dance and rice fields.

Day 4-5: School visit

The next 2 days will be spent teaching local children English.

You will get help from our reps beforehand to help you prepare your lessons.

Day 6: Transfer to Nusa Penida

Here you will spend the day exploring Crystal bay, Angel Bilabong and Broken beach.

Day 7: Free Day

Explore the beaches, read a book, get a tan 🙂

Day 8-11: Turtle Conservation Project

Get involved in helping these beautiful creatures. You’ll spend your days helping to feed them, maintaining and cleaning the sanctuary grounds, cleaning enclosures, supporting the environmental education programs, repairing animal education displays and doing beach clean ups.

Day 12: Transfer Day

Jump on a boat and head to the beautiful island of Lombok.

Day 13: Explore

Today you will set out to explore Lombok check out the incredible ‘Forever Young Temple’ and also the local ceramic center.

Day 14: Waterfall discovery

Pack your swimwear and suntan lotion as today we will be exploring the gorgeous natural waterfalls and beaches.

Day 15-17: School Project

Back to school – The next couple of days will be spent getting involved in a new school project where you can re-visit your teaching skills.

Day 18: Transfer

Transfer over to Gili Island with free time in the afternoon.

Day 19: Sea Day

Today is a sea day! Get those snorkels on and explore the beautiful coral reefs, if you are lucky you might even spot a turtle!

Day 20: Free time

Jump on a bike and have a leisurely ride around the island, in the afternoon you will get involved in the farewell boat party

Day 21: Departure day

Time to say goodbye to your new friends, taking lifelong memories with you!

Program Requirements


Valid Passport (with at least 6 months left)

A basic level of English speaking

You have to be enthusiastic, outgoing, friendly, good with kids and ready to experience a totally new and exciting culture!

So what are you waiting for? This is a perfect Gap Year abroad!

Additional Costs

Clear Criminal Background
Medical Form (Your GP may charge you for completion)
Any additional tours or EP elective you wish to join
Flights and Insurance
Am I responsible for booking my own flights?

Your Camp Bali program fee does not include the cost of your transportation to Bali, or your transportation out of Bali when your Camp Bali program finishes.

Is Camp Bali for everyone? (Something to consider)

Camp Bali is not everyone’s idea of a holiday and it’s not always relaxing. At times you may find yourself in testing circumstances, as you would when experiencing any new culture. There may be bad weather, mosquitos, long journeys, slow wifi and limited food options. However, here at Camp Bali, we believe that is what comes with stepping out of your comfort zone and into the unknown. We love it, as have thousands of previous Camp Bali attendees. However, we realise that it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

Before applying to take part in Camp Bali, please understand that it’s a cultural experience. It isn’t a luxury holiday, and one of our main focuses is to make a positive impact, which often comes with hard work. We can not guarantee you will have a nice relaxing time. You have to come to Camp Bali with a sense of adventure, go with the flow and be laid back. Basically, YOU are the deciding factor in the experience you have at Camp Bali. We provide the setup and infrastructure for you to have an incredible experience. However, that is only half of it. The other half comes from you. Your passion to help others, your spirit to do something different, your ability to make friends and go with the flow. You get out what you put in and if you give it your all, together we will have an amazing experience at Camp Bali.

Is Wi-Fi available at Camp Bali?

Please take into consideration that Wi-Fi connectivity could be limited during your time in Bali. However, don’t worry; Wi-Fi will be there waiting for you upon your return!

Do I get any free time at Camp?

Of course! It’d be unrealistic on our behalf to deprive participants of the opportunity to explore this incredible country!

Will I get time to travel after Camp?

Certainly! With so many amazing places in Bali we encourage this! Each member of our team is well traveled and have visited Bali many times, so we are always happy to give you travel advice.

Will I make friends at Camp Bali?

Definitely! You will be making friends from the moment you land in Bali, friends you will keep for life after sharing such an amazing experience.

Should I bring a suitcase or a backpack for Camp Bali?

The choice is yours, but a backpack is definitely more suitable for travelling around Bali. Plus, you don’t want to look like a starry-eyed first time traveller dragging around a heavy suitcase, looking like you just landed at a 5* resort in Europe!

Do I need a passport and a visa?

Passport: A full passport valid for the duration of your stay is required. Please check that you still have at least 6 months left in your passport from the time you arrive in Bali.

Visa: For visa information, please contact a member of the team.