The health emergency of recent months has now made a mirage what has always been one of the most anticipated and enjoyable moments in life: dedicating oneself to organizing a trip.
In fact, traveling is synonymous with detachment from life, from daily rhythms and stress but it is also, above all, the desire to open up to the world and to get to know new cultures.
Traveling is immersing yourself in new landscapes and living experiences that will remain in our hearts and that we will never tire of telling.
The upcoming summer could be the right one to start traveling again.
If so, one of the most popular destinations is surely the magical Bali, which has always been a symbol of relaxation and full contact with nature.
Those who can afford such a magical journey may want to discover a new way of conceiving the luxury holiday.
No longer big cities but a small village, no longer concrete and eco-monsters but a completely eco-sustainable resort.
The local architecture studio Inspiral has created a real jewel: it is called Ulaman eco retreat resort and its philosophy combines two key concepts, luxury and respect for the environment.
What is immediately striking is the structure of the resort, created entirely in bamboo, a material typical of Bali that brings out even more the beauty of the eight private villas and the largest central residence with three bedrooms that can accommodate up to 22 travelers.
Respect for the environment makes the comfort and luxury offered at this resort even more precious.
All villas have a private swimming pool, absolute privacy is guaranteed by the rice fields that surround it.
The complex is powered entirely by hydroelectric energy originating from the river that flows near the Ullaman eco retreat resort.