Our luxury infinity pool, spanning 25 meters in length, is a communal place for guests to gather and exchange stories of their time in Indonesia and Bali, sunbathe on the warm timber deck or take laps for exercise.
Although the ocean directly in front of Jeeva Saba is not good for swimming, many Balinese and guests swim in the ocean about 200 meters up the beach from Jeeva Saba in a large lagoon protected by a reef.
Jeeva Saba sits directly on a beachfront stretch of pristine volcanic sand known as a ‘healing spot’ for local Balinese residents.
With sweeping views of the Indian Ocean, Bali’s Nusa Islands, and Mount Agung, our private resort captures the dramatic beauty and spirit of Bali within a beachfront hideaway of exceptional design and luxury.
Scuba & Snorkel
Bali is known for its amazing snorkeling, with picturesque dive sites at nearly every turn of the coast.
Discover underwater treasures at the Tulamben Shipwreck where divers can explore the World Famous WWII Liberty Shipwreck just 40 meters off the beach. Or guests can swim with manta rays at Manta Point just 60 minutes from the shore.
Marvel at the wide variety of colorful tropical fish that live in the rock and coral gardens, the crystal clear waters are laden with Mola Mola, Parrot Fish, Turtles, and Reef Sharks.
Discover the best places to dive and snorkel here.
Experience the magic of the Balinese coast and waters firsthand. Our staff is happy to coordinate motor yachts, catamaran and speed boat rentals. We can also organize day trips where you can discover the best locations for snorkeling, diving, fishing or the best beaches for private sunbathing.
View ferry ports and fast boat routes here.
Water Sports & Rafting
Kayaking is an ideal way to see Bali from a whole new perspective. Sea kayaks are available for rent in Sanur and in many places throughout the island.
There’s a host of water activities, including jet skies, parasailing, water skiing, and virtually every water sport imaginable available at Benoa, a short 40 minute drive from Jeeva Saba.
Jeeva Saba staff can also arrange rafting trips down the sacred Ayung River for an unforgettable trip down one of Indonesia’s most beautiful rivers.
Surfers travel from across the world to ride the waves of Bali. Surfing for both beginners and advanced wave seekers are in easy proximity to Jeeva Saba. With over thirty locations to surf on the island, guests are bound to find a new favorite spot.
Located a mere two kilometers from Jeeva Saba, the Komune Beach Club offers surfing for all levels, including night surfing. Kuta Beach, while slightly more touristy, offers the ideal reef break surf spot for any surfer.
Uluwatu and Padang Padang, two of the most famous surf areas, are overlooked by one of the oldest temples on the island. Here you will find one of surfers’ favorite spots, and one of the the best places in the world to watch the sunset after a perfect day of catching waves.
Discover the best places to surf here.