The Kul Kul Farm
Lessons & Workshops • Farms
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12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Thursday
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Friday
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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The Kul Kul Farm is a permaculture farm within walking distance from the Green School in Bali. We offer workshops and experiences that are designed to inspire and teach permaculture skills for sustainable living. Our team is made up of farmers, home chefs, bamboo builders, herbalists, educators, creatives and entrepreneurs and we’re here to share our passions for earth friendly living. Workshops & Experiences Include: - Permaculture Farm Tours (Every Monday) - Home Apothecary Workshops - Permaculture Workshops - and Bamboo Design & Build Courses with Bamboo U
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Maxine C
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Sep 2018 • Couples
If you want to be surrounded by nature, great food, stimulating courses and great hosts then you will not be disappointed! The KULKUL farm staff are just always ready to help out with anything you need. There are massive tipi type tents and also rooms to sleep in too. The showers are outside amongst the trees and the food is organic and produced locally and fantastically prepared. Absolutely magically place and people Thank you KULKUL farm for having us... we will 100% be back.
Written 11 October 2018
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Rodrigo Castro
6 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
We visited Kul Kul Farm and got a chance to have Maria (one of the owners) as a guide. We couldn't have felt more welcome. Maria and her heartwarming Mediterranean personality put us at ease right from the start. She showed us all corners of the farm, challenging us with questions along the way so we would actually be involved on the tour. Super!! We wrapped the morning session with a laid-back buffet lunch over an also very pleasing conversation. No doubt, that eggplant was the best I've had in my entire life!

If you're into farming or permaculture (even if as a novice, as is my case), make sure to drop by Kul Kul for a tour. Make sure you book it in advance though. They have weekly tours on Mondays.

Congrats Maria and Orin. Hope to see you guys soon.
Rodrigo & Alma
Written 11 October 2018
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Thank you both for joining us! We loved having you and sharing all good things permaculture living.
Written 11 October 2018
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Emsss1
Sliema, Malta1 contribution
Nov 2017 • Solo
I visited the Kul Kul Farm on a one day tour and immediately knew I had to go back - there is a special feel the moment you step into this place! I decided to enroll in their permaculture course which I would describe as an enriching, wonderful experience. The farm itself is beautiful, the food absolutely delicious and the accommodation really comfortable. But mostly, the space that Maria and Orin create for the guests is one of openness and safety. This means that learning is easy but that you also leave with so much more than the knowledge of permaculture. I feel like the Kul Kul farm gave me an experience I will never forget. It helped me grow on a personal level, introduced me to friends I will never forget and taught me a lot about how to live a more meaningful life. Thank you Maria and Orin! I highly recommend the farm to anyone wanting an conscious experience of food, nature and friendship.
Written 11 October 2018
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Alessandra F
Mosta, Malta10 contributions
Nov 2017 • Family
I've been twice to this farm with my son, and the second time around we decided to join in a great workshop and we loved every bit of it. It was a great experience and their hospitality just made it feel like our home away from home.
I would especially recommend a Permaculture Design Course for anyone interested and new to the Permie-circle.
There's something for everyone and your kids will love it too.
I also strongly recommend for anyone on a family holiday in Bali and looking to do something a bit different and truly unique with their kids.
Written 11 October 2018
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svc123
vancouver bc7 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
Absolutely love spending time at Kul Kul Farm. Seeing what they've done and how they are respecting the land is inspirational. I've taken a couple full day workshops with them- one a mini permaculture and the other an apothecary. Both were jam packed with information and served the most delicious lunch sourced from the farm.
Written 10 October 2018
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Colene T
Manila, Philippines3 contributions
Oct 2018 • Solo
The past few weeks here in Bali have been a dream come true. I enrolled in a permaculture design course at the kul kul farm and met some amazing people from at least 15 different countries. Everyone coming together with one goal in mind: to start a greener life for the world. Permaculture is an agriculture design system that mimics the patterns of nature in a closed loop, sustainable system. I am very grateful for Orin, Chris and Maria for doing a wonderful job teaching us their knowledge and years of experience!
Written 10 October 2018
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Lala Awesome
Denpasar, Indonesia20 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
I took the 2 week course on Permaculture Design in September 2018. The course was surprisingly very full-on and jam packed with informations on farming / plants / water / business/ economy. It was very over-whelming but it was super enganging.

Staying on the farm was an eye-opener. The hosts - Orin and Maria , are very warm and welcoming! Im very thankful that they opened up their small paradise to us . Our instructor was Chris Shanks of Project Bonafide - he is a wealth of knowledge and the information was broken down so that it was easy to understand. And there were lots of Q&A time too!

The 2 weeks passed by very quickly and i learnt so so much! Very encouraged to start my own permaculture journey :)
Written 8 October 2018
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Marialine V
Singapore, Singapore103 contributions
Oct 2018 • Solo
A few months ago, I booked myself onto a 2 week permaculture design course at Kul Kul Farm hoping to learn about closed loop regenerative agriculture in an attempt to join the community of people who want to make the world a better place. Now fast forward to today, which is a day after I finished the course. I have spent 2 of the most incredible weeks of my life at the farm in the company of 19 other students from 15 different countries all wanting to learn about permaculture. Our days were jam packed with lectures, hands-on farming activities, fitness and yoga classes, swimming sessions in the natural spring pool, farm-to-table meals, movie nights and so much more. Maria and Orin, the hosts and owners of the farm, have turned a unkept piece of land into a thriving farm with bio-intensive gardens, food forests, animal husbandry and nursery. We learned so, so much in such little time...from how to grow oyster mushrooms, to composting, to home apothecary, to grafting, to harvesting seeds, to building with natural materials etc. The experience was one big explosion of passion, colour, knowledge, reconnecting with nature and with the community. We came as strangers but left with so much more than just some course notes. A course (or even a visit) is probably one of the better life choices you can make. So grateful I was able to do it!
Written 7 October 2018
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U728FOdianed
Dunsborough, Australia125 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
I Would like to go to kul kul farm,but would rather there was transport to pick you up from your hotel.maybe its something to look at.
Bonus points for quick replies to my emails re workshop.
Written 13 September 2018
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hagzie
Brisbane, Australia4 contributions
Jun 2018 • Solo
I have had the pleasure of doing the 14 day Permaculture Design Course and it was the best decision I have ever made. Kul Kul farm is a serene abundance of permaculture and is so welcoming to people new to learning this way. The food is divine, the people are so friendly and caring and Orin and Maria are passionate, big hearted souls making a subtle yet powerful difference on this planet by having this educational space on the farm! Very grateful to know I can come visit often! Thank you Kul Kul Farm!
Written 14 July 2018
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