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7 Nights at Six Senses Uluwatu with Clifftops, Temples and Sunsets

With dramatic views over the Indian Ocean and Bali’s famed Uluwatu Temple nearby, Six Senses Uluwatu serves up luxury with a sense of serenity

Centuries-old tradition and reverence mixes with beautiful beaches, inviting surfing spots and an eclectic wellness and dining scene at Six Senses Uluwatu. The setting of this beautiful Balinese resort is breathtaking, with far-reaching views of the Indian Ocean from atop the limestone cliffs.

Available to Book Until

29th Feb 2020

 

Travel Dates

1st July – 8th July 2020 (7 Nights)

 

Price

$3,659 per person, twin share

 

Inclusions

Return economy airfares from Australia with Qantas

7 nights luxury twin share accommodation in a sky suite

Daily breakfast at Rocka

Welcome cocktail at The Cliff Bar

1 x 3-course set menu dinner at Crudo

1 x 60-minute signature massage

1 x afternoon tea

One way airport transfer

Daily yoga or meditation

Daily ice cream from 12 noon to 6:00 pm

Sustainability tour

Welcome amenities

Book This Tour:

Contact MTA Advisor Natasha Pirone on:

npirone@mtatravel.com.au

0415 300 827

Terms & Conditions

Price is per person, based on twin share tour for travel on 1 July 2020. Other dates may be available at a surcharge. Package is subject to change and availability. Exclusions may apply. Seasonal surcharges and blackout periods may apply for alternative dates. Flights are ex Sydney other departure points available at a surcharge. Prices for alternative departure dates may vary. Valid for new bookings only, not combinable with any other offer. Prices are correct at 12DEC19, however are subject to availability and currency fluctuation until the time that the package is paid. For full terms and conditions, contact your MTA Travel Expert.

All airfares are subject to availability and change up until the time that they are booked and paid in full. This package price is based on flights ex Sydney with Qantas routing and airlines used may vary as flights are determined by the Australian departure city.

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