Bagus Agro Pelaga offers a great array of activities, including tours to Pucak Mangu Temple, farming lessons, yoga retreat, and Balinese massage.
a traveler Indonesia
I did a meeting at the accommodation. The nice air helped us think clearer than what we usually did in our usual office. They served steam boat as our dinner and it was impressive since the air temperature that evening was cold. Thank you for being so considerate! I took a walk around the property in the morning and I loved their garden! However they should do some improvements on their room amenities. My shower needes some minutes to be warm. I didn't got slippers and the floor was cold. This accomodation was new, and I believe they will improve for sure!
a traveler South Korea
The setting is far from larger towns. Not sure we would have found it if we had been driving ourselves. It is is a beautiful location with gorgeous views and the grounds are very well kept. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was good and they coped well with providing off-menu options for two vegetarians. If you are there for a few days and don't plan to leave the grounds, I suggest you go with your own snacks and a few of your own beverages. Our room was average - more basic than we had expected. Were were in a Farmhouse room which I would rate as 3star. As we were the only guests in the whole place, it would have been nice if they had upgraded us to one of their many empty villas. The villas are gorgeous and have their own little pools. Some are just a bedroom room and some have an adjoining lounge with kitchen.
a traveler United States
Bagus Agro is in a somewhat remote part of Bali, in the mountains, not in the beachy, typically touristy part. It's very new, with gorgeous rooms and remarkably beautiful, serene walks and views. If visiting a agro-tourism destination that's a model of sustainability interests you, it's definitely worth a visit. The staff is remarkably friendly and helpful and they all go out of their way to help. The food is very good. The pace of life here is wonderfully slow and peaceful. If you're on a honeymoon, it could be a wonderful place to spend a couple of nights before or after you go to the more conventional parts of Bali. Amazing countryside and views. On the dozens (hundreds?) or acres, there is step-farming where farmers and gardeners work farm every kind of tropical fruit and vegetable and all manner of flowers. Most of the food served is naturally organic, right from the property, and the chef is eager to please. My only complaint, which they may have addressed by now, is that Internet service in the room was slow. There was faster Internet close to the main office, but service in my room was very spotty. If speedy internet is important to you, check with them first and see if the speed has improved. But this place is incredibly beautiful and serene. If you're American or European, you'll know you're "not in Kansas anymore, Toto," and will feel that you're in a very unique and far-away place -- and you are!