Black Lava Camp at Kintamani, Bali

A new and innovative accommodation venue – Black Lava Camp – has opened in the hills of Kintamani in Bali’s Bangli Regency.

Located on Jalan Bukit Payang Nomor 88 in Kintamani, Black Lava Camp formally opened on 05 August 2021.Black Lava Camp offers glamour camping facilities with tented accommodation supported by a swimming pool, lighting, and sound system to support an overall concept of a “party camp.” As reported by, future plans for the Black Lava Camp include attractions that include ATV (all-terrain vehicles) and hiking trails.

The Camp also provides a restaurant and coffee shop.

Slightly off the beaten track, Black Lava Camp is located about two hours from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, accessible to vehicles suitable for off-road travel. Quoted by, the camp’s management explained that the access road was a little “extreme” with unpaved roads that were steep and bumpy.

To assist in gaining access, Black Lava Camp provides a transfer service.

Once guests have arrived and checked into their luxury tent, several nature-linked activities await. Guests can do a sunrise trek to the peak of the Mount Batur Volcano – a challenging 2-hour plus climb that begins well before sunrise at 3:30 am. The treks are led by experienced guides to ensure the safety of all climbers. also reports that the tented rooms at Black Lava Camp are sold starting from Rp. 500,000 per night for double occupancy to Rp. 2.5 million per night for a four-person large tent. The large and more expensive tent can accommodate up to four guests.

The Camp offers a range of accommodation packages.

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