Many people dream of traveling to Bali, Indonesia to enjoy the gorgeous beaches, monkey sanctuary, waterfalls and culture. With a home exchange, this trip is not only possible, it's budget friendly and better for the environment! Nearly 5 million tourists visit Bali each year, and with one of these one-of-a-kind homes, you can have free accommodations in one of the most beautiful places on earth!
Andrea's home exchange in Bali is spacious (three bedrooms and four bathrooms) and has a tropical garden, waterfall and crystal clear swimming pool. This house swap is a paradise and the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun and a tropical drink.
Jacky's peaceful oasis is settled in a traditional Balinese village among rice paddies and has a full-time staff, private swimming pool, and lush gardens. Jacky has thought of everything you need to host you in this house swap, so you will be completely comfortable and relaxed.
Roxanne's dreamy home exchange was recently renovated by a local French designer. The home is in a quiet, peaceful location and the beach is just a 10 minute walk away, if you can tear yourself away from the pool!
In Russell's home exchange, which sleeps 10, you can vacation with your entire group in this villa. It includes a garden, pool, daily cleaning service, and a kitchen equipped to prepare simple meals. The semi-outdoor bathrooms are inviting and luxurious, and you won't be far from amazing restaurants, bars, clubs and spas.
Carole's luxurious villa in Bali will make sure your vacation is one you'll never forget. It has a gourmet kitchen, swimming pool, a garden where you can nap or enjoy happy hour, and is close to the beach, cultural sightseeing and temples to visit.
Escape the stresses of life in Jan's relaxing, peaceful getaway surrounded by rice fields. It includes an expansive garden, BBQ, table tennis, a pool table, pool area and plenty of entertaining spaces.
If you're looking for a small, intimate retreat, Trina's home is just the thing. The one-bedroom bungalow will give you the experience of living like a local. The bungalow is built from recycled timber and is a short distance from a local village.
This house swap in Bali offers a breathtaking view of a rice field valley. You will relax in Agni's pool to the sounds of birds, frogs and cicadas, truly a part of nature as you enjoy the well-maintained garden.
Stephanie's cheery home is ideal for family cooking, and has a dining area over a fish and turtle pond. Every part of the house opens onto a lush tropical garden or private swimming pool with a sandstone beach area.
Tracey's private home is situated in a luxury resort and spa. In her home, you will enjoy views of the rice terraces and surrounding countryside. In the resort, you can enjoy a restaurant, yoga barn, spa, cocktail bar, swimming pool, jacuzzi and hot pool, then return to your private home for some quiet time.