Unplugged: Parents Programme, Mar 12 – Mar 14 Outdoor Experience (9:00AM-7:30PM) @ Ubud, Bali

We can’t wait to have you join us in our outdoor classrooms for an awesome adventure!

Find out more about the programme details in the sections below.

Do checkout both Kids and Parents programmes in the same cart so that we can tag your whole travelling party to the same booking.

Questions? Give us a ring at +65 9051 8727 or shoot us an email at [email protected] – we’d love to chat.


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Class Details


Class schedule




Lesson 1


9:00am - 7:00pm

Lesson 2


9:00am - 4:00pm

Lesson 3


9:00am - 7:30pm


Jl. Raya Sayan Banjar Mas, Gang Mas, Sayan, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Course Description

For Ages 13 and up

Go unplugged with us in Ubud, Bali for a different kind of vacation! Specially designed for parents to create meaningful, lasting memories together with your kids while they learn about nature and the world that they’re inheriting. Build shared experiences and bond over a unique family holiday that you won’t be able to find anywhere else!

The Short & Sweet
  • 3 days of unplugged outdoor activities to connect with nature 
  • Immerse in Balinese culture through creative, hands-on activities
  • Discover another side to Bali through learning about nature and its preservation
  • Spend amazing quality time learning alongside your kids, and develop a shared experience with them that you’ll remember for years

All you need to know

Reconnect with nature as you jump on board this unplugged journey, with Earth Company as our host! Earth Company is an impact-driven social enterprise aiming to create a regenerative world that holistically empowers planetary well-being. They also manage Mana Earthly Paradise, a next generation eco hotel in Ubud, Bali.

Day 1

We’ll kick off with breakfast at Mana, an introduction of the program, followed by a tour of Mana’s space! Lunch will be at Mana, before we are transported over to Penarungan/Kemenuh to immerse ourselves in Balinese culture with Five Pillar Experiences. Traditional Balinese dinner will be served there too!

Day 2

After breakfast at Mana, we’ll connect with self and others through a meditation walk and games. We’ll then travel over to Sandan Natural for a garden tour, and to harvest organic fresh foods. Lunch will be at Sandan Natural, followed by a flora & fauna scavenger hunt, and a bamboo forest walk. We’ll make our way back to Mana after.

Day 3

On the last day of the programme, parents will head to Bumi Sehat to learn more about the family health services and education provided by the not-for-profit organisation. We’ll then tour the campus of Green School Bali, where we’ll learn about sustainability through a community-integrated, entrepreneurial approach – all in a natural learning environment without the stifling four walls of a traditional classroom. Rounding off the trip will be a sumptuous celebratory feast at Moksa, one of the best vegan restaurants in Bali!

Oh! The stuff you'll learn

  • Experiencing the culture and traditions of Bali communities
  • Discovering sustainable tourism initiatives and impact travel experiences 
  • Protecting and preserving rural communities, cultures and natural resources 
  • Understanding how to build a healthier agriculture landscape 
  • Harvesting organic fresh foods from a regenerative farm

Life skills you'll learn

Creative Confidence
Self-Directed Learning
Systems Thinking


No lectures. No memorisation. No ONE right answer. Like real life, we're all about trying things out yourself, failing, figuring what went wrong & trying again. These are the skills & mindset that will last a lifetime and how we learn in real life. Let's get kids to learn how to learn. Because the kids who learn to learn become curious, inventive, resourceful human beings who solve real world problems to make a meaningful impact.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why is Saturday Kids running Unplugged for parents?

    Parents play a big role in their child’s learning journey, and we wanted to find a way to create meaningful, lasting memories together with your kids while they learn about nature and the world that they’re inheriting. We hope that you’ll build shared experiences and bond over a unique family holiday that you won’t be able to find anywhere else!

  2. Is airfare, accommodation and travel insurance included in the cost of this programme?

    We’re focusing our efforts on organising an amazing outdoor learning experience for you and your child, so our programme costs are based on just the activities planned in the itinerary. Flights, accommodation and travel insurance are to be arranged separately at your own convenience.

  3. Do you have recommendations for where we should book our accommodation?

    Plenty! We highly recommend you booking your stay at Mana Earthly Paradise, an award-winning eco hotel run by our programme partners. Besides a 10% discount for Saturday Kids families, you’ll be situated right in the thick of the programme’s activities, so that you don’t have to worry about getting to places on time. Simply indicate your interest during the checkout process and we’ll refer you to the reservations team – this is the only way to book your accommodation at Mana during this period. There are limited villas available, and bookings will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Other great options that are within a 5-10 minute walk are Arya Arkananta and Ubud Raya Shala, and you can book these places directly with the accommodation providers, so fret not if you don’t manage to secure a booking at Mana!

  4. Are meals included in the cost of the programme?

    Food is a quintessential part of any cultural experience, so we’ve arranged for a number of meals to be included as part of the programme! The meals that are indicated in the programme itinerary are included in the cost, while there is also some room for you to explore Balinese cuisine in your own free time.

  5. What happens if my child/I have tested ART positive for COVID-19?

    There’s nothing that thwarts a well-deserved vacation like the good ol’ rona. If you or your child test positive for COVID-19 before your flight, reach out to us as soon as possible and we’ll see what we can do to assist. If you’re feeling unwell and test positive during the trip itself, we’ll seek your understanding to isolate as soon as possible and not participate in further activities till a negative test is returned. We’ll do our best to provide as much assistance as possible during this period.

  6. Are there other options if I can’t make it for these dates?

    We know that busy schedules means that sometimes it’s hard for the stars to align. If you are really keen on the programme but really can’t find a way to make it on those dates, let us know and we’ll inform you if alternative slots open up!

  7. I have kids below 6 years old or above 12 years old, can they still join in for the programme?

    For children under 6 years old, we would recommend that they tag along with parents instead of signing up for the kids programme as we will not have sufficient instructors to specifically guide younger children. Separate arrangements can be made for meals – just let us know that you’ll have a child under 6 that is tagging along. For children above 12 years old, we’ll leave it up to your discretion as to whether they would prefer to join in for the child or adult programme. For children above 12 who are signing up for the adult programme, we request that they be accompanied by at least one parent who is also signed up for the same programme.

  8. I’m interested in signing my child up for the kids programme, but I’d rather do free-and-easy for my own itinerary. Is that possible?

    Of course, you do you! While we have designed the programme to create shared memories as a family, feel free to sign your kids up and plan your own programme as you explore Bali with newfound freedom. Gallivanting aside, please remember to arrive back at Mana at the end of each day’s programme to pick your child up!

  9. I’m not a parent but I’d love to sign up for this programme. Can I?

    Our Unplugged parents programme is specially curated for parents to go on a learning journey together with their kids. Priority will go to parents who have kids signed up for the programme, but let us know of your interest and we may be able to open up a spot for you if we have excess capacity at the close of registration.

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