In The Know
Nestled at the heart of lush green forests, our unique tented camp sits in harmony with the surrounding nature and our team at Capella Ubud, Bali are on hand to create tailored itineraries and personal experiences to help you explore, or relax, during your stay.
Exclusive to guests staying at Capella Ubud, Bali, the Officers Tent is the camp’s lounge and library where morning coffee, afternoon tea and the daily evening cocktails are served. A wide range of books, international magazines and board games are available for guests throughout their stay.
High speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the camp, in all tents and at The Lodge.
Smart phone inclusive of data and credit for international and local calls for use during stay.
Breakfast served at Mads Lange.
Welcome duffel bag containing camp essentials upon arrival.
24-hour service of a Capella Personal Assistant.
24-hour access to The Armory.
Low and high impact camping excursions with our Camp Rangers, offered from the camp’s weekly schedule of activities.
Use of mountain bikes.
Exclusive access to the The Officer’s Tent
Return airport transfers with our Camp Navigators for stays of 2 nights or more.
Return private car transfers to Ubud centre till 6pm – daily.
Four pieces of laundry per person, exclusive of dry cleaning.
Daily camp turndown ritual.
Car rental and the full or part time services of one of our Camp Navigators can be arranged on request.
Our team of Personal Assistants can arrange bespoke Capella Ubud, Bali signature experiences and day excursions that are tailored to guest’s interests, desired pace and fitness levels.
Capella Ubud, Bali is located in dense rainforest on sloping terrain leading to the sacred Wos River in Keliki Village. Whilst accommodation on flat terrain is available, some of the tents are perched up high and are located on steep terrain. The safety and security of our guests remains our top priority, as such, we politely advise that the camp would not be best suited for families with children below six years old and guests with mobility challenges due to the nature of the camp site’s terrain.
Bali’s International airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport which is located 1 hour and 45 minutes from Capella Ubud, Bali by car. Ubud centre is only 20 minutes’ drive from the camp.
Upon arrival at our camp, you will be provided with a complimentary duffel bag that contains camp essentials, including sunscreen, organic face mist, insect repellent and a rain poncho, just to name a few. However, to help you make the most of your experience, please be sure to pack attire that is suited to camp adventure.
CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR
Whether the weather is cool or warm, you will be most comfortable in casual clothes suitable for performing outdoor activities and lounging around the campsite.
Bring lightweight natural-fiber clothing.
We recommend bringing a light sweater, shawl or cardigan as outdoor temperatures may dip in the evening and the early morning.
Being in a natural rainforest environment, we highly recommend you bring a pair of comfortable anti-slip waterproof walking shoes as the grounds may be slippery in the early morning and during the monsoon season.
Due to the terrain, high heels are discouraged. You will be most comfortable in sandals and camping/running shoes. May we suggest that you have these ready at hand upon your arrival.
Remember to pack your favorite exercise shoes to enjoy the camp’s many low- and high-impact cardio-vascular activities, or your socks with special grips on the soles to help your balance in case you wish to join any of the Barre-based classes.
To safeguard our camp residents’ safety, security and privacy, no drones are allowed on site.
The camp is set amongst the rainforests of Keliki, Ubud, where you will be blessed with the sights and sounds of nature, and cross paths with various local wildlife.
Televisions and sound systems will only be supplied on request (with paired headsets). If you use your own, we request that you use headsets, for the comfort of all guests.
The safety and security of our guests remains our top priority. As such, due to the nature of the camp’s terrain, we politely advise that the camp would not be best suited for families with children below six years old or guests with any mobility challenges.