Lovina beach on Bali
Lovina – a small town on the northern Pacific coast of Bali. Located on the other side of the mountains from the bustle of the resort life, the time itself flows differently in Lovina and even the air there is woven from a different matter… As far as the eye can see, there are small beaches of black volcanic sand, sleepy fishing villages with manicured courtyards under the canopy of multi-coloured bougainvilleas, juicy and fresh-green paddy fields, breath-taking pink sunrises over the mountains wrapped up in a haze, and the unbearably blue Pacific Ocean… And of course, the wise and cheerful dolphins that play enthusiastically with the fishing boats at the early morning hours lit by a background of crimson highlights of the rising sun over the clear waters, the barely hidden coral reefs of a rare beauty and the shoals of colourful fish that brisk between the impressive tuna fish and the fearful moray fish.
Lovina is located 7,5 miles away from Singaraja – the historic capital of the island. Nearby, in the place called Banjar, you can find the Royal hot springs. The place is also famous for its Buddhist monastery which twice a year opens its doors to all the spiritual seekers wishing to attend a new stage of spiritual development in Vipassana – the Silent Meditation course. Just a little distance away from Singaraja you will find the mountain passes that offer stunning views on the ineffably beautiful lake. Also, in Lovina there is the only in Bali, and one of the few in the world, pool where you can spend some time with the amazing creatures – dolphins, recharge in their incredibly positive energy and be charmed and amazed by them to the point of being ready to accept the theory of man’s origin from these carefree cheerful guardians of the sea.