WAKA Hotels & Resorts will reopening of WakaGangga Resort on 1st August 2022, after 15 months’ temporary closure due to the global travel restrictions triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Safety and hygiene procedures have been put in place to comply with local government guidelines to guarantee guests’ and employees’ safety and wellbeing.

According to Agnes Putri, Director of Sales & Marketing Waka Hotels & Resorts said the resort’s elegantly designed spacious Villas, most with private swimming pools, are set in beautifully landscaped tropical gardens directly on Gangga Beach, with views of surrounding lush paddy fields stretching all the way to Batu Karu mountain. The resort’s team is sprucing up the Villas and facilities to once again welcome guests and extend them their legendary warm Balinese hospitality.

“At the Waka Restaurant & Bar, affording spectacular view of Gangga Beach, guests will enjoy breakfast and all day dining menu featuring International cuisine, Indonesian and Asian specialities,” she said.

Agnes Putri explained that in the tranquil setting of the Spa, surrounded by a pond with water lilies, our therapists will be ready to pamper guests with a traditional Balinese massage and a range of other body and beauty treatments.

“Due to its small size WakaGangga is popular with honeymooners and for intimate weddings. With colourful Balinese sunsets and the breathtaking views of the rolling surf on Gangga beach, it’s the perfect spot to hold a blessing or to spend time with a loved one,” she remarked.

She concluded that families with children are well catered for with baby-sitting service, a varied Kid’s menu and the main pool located in the beachfront lawn. Children can also enjoy various activities such as bicycling, rice field trekking, horse riding, surfing lessons and kite making. []