Tri Hita Karana, the three Balinese paths to well being, are harmony with people, harmony with nature, and harmony with spirit. This activity follows Tri Hita Karana, bringing you back to nature and connecting you with local life, while at the same time promoting sustainable fishing. Using a variety of methods, some of the fish species we may encounter during our sunrise or sunset deep sea open water fishing include amberjack, barracuda, lobster, mahi-mahi, sailfish, spanish mackerel, tuna, giant trevally, yellow fin trevally, and wahoo. After the fishing journey we'll cook your fresh catch together balinese style in my house located at Seseh fishing village.
I'm the son of a fisherman, who grew up in a small fishing village, where I learned to fish at the age of five from my father. After I completed my studies, I followed my passion for cooking and worked as a chef abroad. When I came back to Bali, I started a small organic farm in Jatiluwih called the Organic Farm Bali to help farmers to promote their organic products and to teach them how to cook. Then, I decided to go back to my village, Seseh, to help build awareness for sustainable and responsible fishing. We strive to convince the fishing community to use eco-friendly fishing methods.
Fish We will cook your fresh catch together.
Fishing gear and bait
We will be fishing on the West coast of Bali, in the middle of the Indian ocean between Uluwatu and Tanah lot. Fishing for around 2 hours, cook the fish you catch and eat together at Seseh fishing Village.