When you travel to the Bali you begin your recovery in anonymity away from enablers, stress, and pressures of everyday life. Bali is an ideal location to begin the recovery process and start a new way of life filled with promise and purpose. Our International staff members have all lived in Bali for a number of years and are available to answer any questions you may have concerning the island.
Bali is known for its stunning environment, including temples, forests, beaches, volcanoes and more. Due to its tranquil and serene environment, Bali has several nicknames – “The Island of Peace”, “Morning of the World”, “Island of the Gods”, and “The Island of Love”. The people are known for their affectionate hospitality; the island has mixed bag of people of different religions, castes and creeds. Most Balinese are Hindu, but other religions are also practiced, including Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. This diversity offers a great opportunity for foreigners who would like to gain insight into the various cultures, customs and practices.
Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of almost 17,508 islands. Bali is one of the most popular and well-known of these islands. It is situated between Java to the west and Lombok to the east and is only 2579 km (1603 miles) from Perth, WA. Bali welcomes people from the globe with its mesmerizing beauty and enchanting atmosphere. Recognized for its fascinating history, unique artistic culture, stunning wildlife and terrain, and unique customs, Bali is remembered and appreciated foremost for its people. The Balinese are friendly, gracious and calm. The island is safe and exudes a sense of healing and nurturing.