What are the differences?
Thailand Bootcamp/Bali Bootcamp/Spain Bootcamp/Sri Lanka Bootcamp
What Bootcamp location would suit me better? The UF Bootcamps on the island Phuket in Thailand, the island Bali in Indonesia, the island Mallorca in Spain or our Secret location in Sri Lanka?
We get this question quite often. And it’s quite hard for us to answer as we do not know why you want to join, what sort of results you are looking for etc. But please find below the most important differences. There are more details available but this is a good quick overview. It might help you.
You can always email us, or talk to us about your goals and what you want to get out of this trip too! Just so you know, we are here to help.
ok, here we go!
In Thailand, you are 6km from the beaches, and also in Bali, you are a few kilometres from the beach (but closer than in Thailand), its easy to get by taxi, but not around the corner.
In Spain, the beach is super close by, 50 meters! (beach with sunbeds is about 1 k ways, and so very walkable). In Sri Lanka the accommodation and training facility are on the beach!
In Thailand, there are about six group sessions a day, from boxercise to crosstraining, to body pump, Zumba, yoga and even a beach workout on the weekends. You name it!
In Bali, we have our own gym next to the accommodation where you will have morning yoga sessions, and two other sessions a day varying from Body360, Metcon, HIIT, boxing, and power circuit.
In Spain, we start the day off with Yoga, followed by High-Intensity Training and a Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) session. At the end of the day, we have another fitness session, hike to secluded beaches or a beach training session. Most people join all classes.
In Sri Lanka, we have a brilliant mixture of Body360, HIIT, Metcon and open gym sessions if you want to add on some extra training. We have SUP and kayaking sessions mid day so you can get out and hit the water.
In Thailand, there is the most amount of equipment in the indoor gym, a three-story high, air-conditioned gym with really good equipment. Also, there is big outside, covered area in Thailand where you can do your own workouts and there are always trainers there to help you out. To be honest, most people make little use of the indoor gym, but it’s there if you need it and its perfect if you want to get in some extra hours. There are always trainers to help you out and advise you if needed.
In Bali, we have our own gym and yoga shala next door to the accommodation, with all you need for a good work out.
In Spain there is no gym, it is all outdoor training, with a fantastic rooftop terrace for yoga and the natural park or beach for training sessions, and SUP in front of the accommodation in the Mediterranean. There are kettlebells, ropes, medicine balls etc there for you to use.
In Sri Lanka there is an air breeze and fan cooled open gym right in our resort. It is covered so you are sheltered from the sun. Some sessions we will do on the beach.
In most locations, five Yoga sessions a week are included. In Thailand, they are in the indoor gym, In Bali in the fantastic garden of the resort and in Spain on the roof terrace, or natural park. In Sri Lanka, we do not include yoga, but deep stretch sessions.
In Thailand, we have our designated restaurant where you can have two meals a day Monday to Saturday (12 in total per week). Usually, breakfast and lunch but you can also choose to do lunch and dinner, that is up to you. To make the menu we have used expertise advice from our own nutritionist. You will get all your nutrition needs fulfilled. In Thailand, we can cater for all diets
In Bali, we have a meal plan included, of two meals a day from Monday to Friday (10 in total per week) Included in the meal plan are freshly prepared breakfast (in buffet form) and lunch. Breakfast is served at the accommodation and lunch at the restaurant of the training facility. We cater to vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets.
In Spain, we also include two freshly prepped meals a day, breakfast and lunch, Monday to Friday. We cater to vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diets.
In Sri Lanka, we include three meals a day. Breakfast is buffet form with eggs, fruit, milk, toast.. you name it. For lunch and dinner we have a delicious menu to choose from. We cater for all diets.
6. Accommodation Options
In Thailand, we have two accommodation options. The Standard option is next door to the training facility and you have your own ensuite room and the Boutique are located an eight min walk from the training camp, Its in a luxurious resort with a stunning swimming pool that’s perfect to unwind by during your free time.
In Bali, we have three types of accommodation. Our shared resort. This is an amazing resort just for Ultimate Fitness and their agent’s customers where you share a room with one to three other people. Or your own room at the resort. The resort is just for fitness guests, so it’s super social.
The other option is the Deluxe Villa option, where you stay in your own room in a private villa with two to three bedrooms, there are amazing seating and lounge area and a kitchen. All three rooms are ensuite.
In Spain we have a dorm option where you stay on campus in a new and modern decorated beach apartment with seven bedrooms, all bedrooms are two- four shared. The accommodation has a fantastic garden and roof terrace. There is no pool, but its 50 meters from the sea. And we have accommodation in the next door luxury resort. A resort with pool and lounge areas and a spa.
In Sri Lanka, we have eight rooms with two single beds. the rooms are fan-cooled. Six are ensuite and two budget rooms are not ensuite. It’s a stunning authentic resort right on the beach. A true tropical paradise. The resort is only for Ultimate Fitness Customers. The rooms can be booked on a private basis if you would like your own space.
7. Explore and excursions.
In Thailand you can explore, we often go to night markets with the most amazing local food, you can run up to Big Buddha, also lots of luxury resorts around here to book a sunbed for a day, or even visit another island for the weekend.
In Bali there are a lot of things to see and explore. Climbing volcanoes, wondering trough rice paddies, going surfing, visiting Ubud for a day, exploring the Gili´s in the weekend or staying at a luxury beach resort at Sunday cheat day.
In Spain there are the local markets on Wednesday and Sunday morning, the beach is super close by, there are fantastic hikes and great beach restaurants. A boat trip can also be arranged.
In Sri Lanka you can join volleyball, get a Stand-up paddle or kayak and explore, add on Kite surfing sessions aor go whale watching or dolphin watching.
And then, of course, you have the price. Make sure you do not only look at the price of the programme but also flight prices and next to price look at your needs, what you would like to do in your time off! Let us know if you need any help with that