Karma Kandara's Valentine's celebration

"Celebrate Love at Karma Kandara - A Romantic Valentine's Getaway"

Experience an unforgettable Valentine’s with Karma Kandara’s Month of Love

A special getaway package at the Uluwatu resort commemorates the occasion.

There are few resorts which believe in romance quite like Karma Kandara. The Uluwatu oasis is so enamoured with Valentine’s Day that it’s turned the special day into a month-long affair. In celebration, the luxury establishment will be hosting a special package across February to tempt and treat lovers everywhere.

Karma Kandara's Valentine's celebration
special package

Karma Kandara's Valentine's celebration
Valentine's celebration

Karma Kandara's Valentine's celebration
The Valentine’s Day Couples Retreat

Karma Kandara’s special 2-night romantic getaway promises to captivate couples around the world. The Valentine’s Day Couples Retreat includes a romantically decorated room on arrival and daily breakfast including one morning with sumptuous breakfast served in bed. To encourage extra relaxation during the stay, the package will also include a Couples Island Escape spa treatment designed to relax, cleanse and invigorate with an hour-long Balinese massage, a 30-minute exfoliating scrub, and a 30-minute facial. Unlimited access is also granted to the much-loved Karma Beach set upon the alabaster sands of the Bukit Peninsula.

The romantic package also features an intimate candlelit lobster dinner for 2 at Karma Kandara’s revered restaurant, di Mare. There the couple will be welcomed to dine on a truly unforgettable feast that begins with a delicate amuse bouche duo of tuna tartare with compressed watermelon, torched ginger flower, tapioca coral crackers, along with ikan asin potato croquettes served with sambal hijau aioli. 

While starters introduce a jumbo crab salad, grilled octopus, and Plaga Farm tomatoes. But the star of the show is the main course - grilled rock lobster for two, consisting of 600 grams of lobster served atop a creamy Spanish saffron prawn risotto with garlic spinach and a Himalayan black truffle butter glaze. Concluding the indulgence with sweets for the sweet is a coconut lemongrass panna cotta with kaffir lime macerated tropical fruit to finish.

The three days and two nights of Karma Kandara's romantic retreat offer start at IDR 20.000.000.


The Karma Group is comprised of Karma Estates, Karma Resorts, Karma Retreats, Karma Royal, Karma Beach, Karma Spa, Karma Kasa, Karma Club and Karma Boutique. The group has developed and is currently operating 44 resorts in more than 101 countries including Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, India, Indonesia, Thailand and the United Kingdom. Four of these resorts were acquired in the past six months with Karma Group demonstrating an ability to acclimatise quickly and successfully to a drastically shifting landscape with the company choosing to focus on domestic travel markets. These new additions to the company’s ever-growing portfolio include the opulent Karma Seven Lakes in Udaipur, known as the most romantic spot in the Indian subcontinent, and the historic Karma Salford Hall, a former residence of King Henry VIII set in the English countryside. There are presently seven properties in development with Karma Group negotiating further acquisitions in Australia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Spain and the UK.

In 2021 a series of new offerings were introduced including Karma Club, a private member’s club with a difference, and the establishment of a brand-new bespoke service for existing Karma Group members in Karma Concierge. The Karma Kasa brand was also welcomed in response to the growing demand within domestic markets for rural escapes, consisting of a collection of intimate excursions located regionally yet within a two-hour drive of major metropolitan centres where the majority of members are based.

Karma Group is additionally involved in the world of fine wines and spirits. Since 2016, Karma Group founder and chairman, John Spence, has been collaborating with key winemakers across the world to produce bottles that have formed the Karma Wines offering from Tuscany to Bordeaux. A signature craft gin distilled in small batches for the Karma Group has also just been created. This unique spirit is crafted from botanicals sourced from the international destinations where the group’s resorts, hotels, chateaus and retreats are located.

Outside of the hospitality realm, Karma Group remains a holistic company devoted to supporting its surrounding communities. Karma continues to run and assist a number of charity initiatives worldwide under the Karma Cares banner. These include key sponsorship of Bangalore non-profit Christel House, sponsorship of The Bali Life Foundation for disadvantaged children, and involvement in ongoing scholarships and fundraisers annually. More recently, Karma Group spearheaded the drive for mass vaccination in Bali and joined forces with Operation Recuperation, a UK initiative focused on supporting front-line healthcare providers recovering from the fight against COVID-19.

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