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Bali Bike tours

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From Ubud: Downhill Bike Tour with Rice Terraces and Meal

1. From Ubud: Downhill Bike Tour with Rice Terraces and Meal

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel, and then journey by air-conditioned minivan to the starting point of your amazing downhill bike ride. Arrive high on the slopes of Kintamani volcano and get kitted out with a suitable bike to suit your needs. Feel the tropical breeze on your face as you follow your guide on an exciting bike ride down through the lush rainforest. Stop to visit an organic plantation and go for a walk through the UNESCO World Heritage rice terraces. Learn about the pioneering subak irrigation system that made the rice paddies famous. Cycle through the handicrafts villages of Ubud, where artisans use traditional methods to create wood-carved souvenirs, silver jewelry and colorful woven textiles. End with a delicious meal in a local restaurant in Ubud before getting dropped off at your hotel.

Bali Countryside Cycling Tour

2. Bali Countryside Cycling Tour

This bicycle tour takes you far away from the regular tourist itinerary and off the beaten track into rural Bali where you will get to see the customs and age-old traditions of the Balinese people. The tour will begin when you are whisked away from your accommodation by air-conditioned van and driven up to Tegalalang for breakfast. The restaurant features an exquisite view of the green rice terraces. After breakfast, enjoy a ride through the beautiful Balinese countryside where you will see some spectacular views. Ride through an incredible 70-acre bamboo forest and see traditional craftsmen at work, as well as farmers tending to their rice fields en route. The ride also includes a visit to the magical Balinese Traditional Village Penglipuran. Penglipuran is a very traditional village that has its own unique culture and way of life. All of the houses have been built with a nearly identical traditional entry gates. As you ride through timeless small villages you will see the smiles of Balinese children and hear greetings from local villagers. Then, the next stop on our journey will be at the magnificent temple. Enter inside the temple and if there is a ceremony taking place, you will be invited to witness the colorful event while your guides explain to you the significance of the ritual. From there, take a short walk through the rice paddies to see villagers planting and harvesting rice and even join in. Head to a local market in the town of Bangli where you can see the incredible array of exotic fruit, spices, and vegetables for sale. After the bike tour has finished, sit down for lunch at an authentic restaurant in the middle of the rice paddies. Experience a small Balinese plantation where you can learn about the medicinal uses and cultural importance of the variety of local plants.

Jatiluwih (UNESCO Site) 2-Hour E-Bike Cycling Tour

3. Jatiluwih (UNESCO Site) 2-Hour E-Bike Cycling Tour

This 2-hour e-bike tour begins near the Batukaru Temple and takes you past stunning landscapes to Jatiluwih, where you’ll ride to the center of the site. Led by an experienced local cycling guide, you’ll enjoy knowledgeable commentary about this UNESCO-protected area. The road from Batukaru to Jatiluwih features some beautiful scenery, but is very different from the central Jatiluwih area. Ride the easy-to-use e-bike past dense jungle, giant bamboo forests, local villages, rice terraces and vast valleys. Jatiluwih itself comprises over 300 hectares of lush tropical vegetation and vividly green rice terraces. Following your morning cycling trip you’ll enjoy a tasty authentic Indonesian lunch at a nearby restaurant, or if you opt for the afternoon tour, an extensive Balinese afternoon tea will follow your excursion.

Mount Batur: Black Lava Cycling Tour w/ Natural Hot Spring

4. Mount Batur: Black Lava Cycling Tour w/ Natural Hot Spring

Head away from the regular tourist itinerary and get off the beaten track on this 2-hour cycling tour through the black lava stones of Mount Batur. Ride for 11 kilometers (almost 7 miles) along a track surrounded by fantastic views of both the ocean and mountains. Experience the altogether different thrill of cycling around this sacred volcano's rim, whether you've already hiked up it or not. Following pickup from your accommodation, enjoy breakfast at a restaurant before the transfer to Bungklambu on the west of the largest lake in Bali, Lake Batur. Pass by the recent volcanic area on the way then hop on to your mountain bike to begin your cycling tour. Ride through rocky black lava left over from past eruptions on the most challenging track that Mount Batur can offer. Follow your local guide through Batur UNESCO Global Geopark, unique for being a “caldera within a caldera”. The two craters present a complete volcanic landscape with walls, cones, geothermal phenomena, a lake, lava flows, and more. Stop at one of the hot springs that fall under this unique terrain to soothe your muscles after the adventure. Before and after your bike ride, enjoy the exclusive use of Mt. Batur Lounge, the only villa-style lounge around with clean, modern toilets and a comfortable shower facility. After refreshing yourself in the showers, enjoy a hot cup of tea or coffee in the lounge. Next, make your way to Toya Bungkah Village and enjoy the beauty and fresh air of the mountain and the lake. Conclude this journey at a natural hot spring where you can just relax and admire the clear blue water of the spring.

Bali Downhill Cultural Cycling Tour

5. Bali Downhill Cultural Cycling Tour

This is an easy pedaled downhill cycling tour which will bring you closer to a part of Bali that is rarely visited by tourists. More than just a fun cycling day out, it is an experience of cultural exploration, which will help you to understand Balinese culture and admire the truth of the beauty of the island. While cycling you have a chance to visit a local school for charity program, organic farm with free coffee tasting, local priest compound visit and many unique activities are inserted, simple but will definitely leave a deep impression of your Bali holiday experience. Enjoy a hotel pick up and then drive to the hilly Kintamani volcano area of Bali. On your way, you stop off at the local Village School for you to meet and experience a typical rural Bali school. The supplier donates a portion of your tour cost to purchase essential School work items to the children of the School, which will be distributed to the children during your visit. If you like, you can also bring along some extra items to personally give to the children when you visit the School. You then enjoy a light breakfast, whilst admiring the magnificent view of Lake Batur. After breakfast, you cycle downhill from Kintamani to Ubud, which is duration of approx. 3.5 hours cycle. During the cycle, you experience the rural panoramic areas of Bali while your local, trained guide will explain the culture, traditions and realities of Balinese life and culture. You then take a visit to a local family compound where you interact with the locals. There will be a local priest who companies you with a cup of coffee while having a genuine conversation with the guide as the translator. This is a great opportunity to learn about Balinese family and rural life. At the finish point later you all have Balinese lunch in the Padi Organic restaurant in the village of Laplapan, which is surrounded by Rice paddies. Free return transfers to your hotel is then included.

Bali: Jatiluwih Rice Terraces 1-Hour Electric Bike Tour

6. Bali: Jatiluwih Rice Terraces 1-Hour Electric Bike Tour

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces on an easy to use electric bike, and experience the stunning beauty of Bali's lush vegetation and dense jungle from a different perspective. Surrounded by more than 300 hectares of beautiful nature, fertile rice fields and tropical vegetation, the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces cover the region of the namesake upland village in West Bali and are famous for their traditional subak irrigation system. Escape the crowds and cycle with guides happy to share their knowledge of this amazing place they call home. They will be with you throughout the tour and will answer any questions you might have. Then, continue with your day, or stay in the area and soak up its authentic landscapes and peace and quiet.

Ubud: Sky Bike and Jungle Swing Experience with Transfer

7. Ubud: Sky Bike and Jungle Swing Experience with Transfer

Right after being picked up from your hotel early in the morning, you will be driven to Ubud Hidden Valley. Don't miss the gorgeous landscapes and mountains surrounding you as you travel. Start the adventure by strolling in one of the most scenic rice terraces in Bali, where you will discover your bikes. Your professional and well-prepared guide will then ensure you understand how to operate your sky bike and run you through some safety procedures. Afterward, you will set off on your Skybike. At around 50 meters high, you can enjoy the view and the blue sky of Ubud Rice Terrace. Next, head to the jungle swing experience at Kumulilir. Prepare yourself for the giant swing that soars high on the jungle valley. Snaps some perfect pictures for your social media feeds. The last stop is optional things to do before dropping you off at your accommodation. The guide will be happy to take you to stop and admire the beauty of Tegagalang Rice Terrace, Tegenungan Waterfall or to take you to practice your bargaining skills at the Ubud Market. Leverage and customize your experience with add-ons from add-on listings: coffee tasting to traditional massage. (some add-ons are only available for some options).

Ubud: South E-Bike Tour & Whitewater Rafting

8. Ubud: South E-Bike Tour & Whitewater Rafting

Ride with an experienced local guide through the village of Mambal and its unique Subak (rice field) on this 2-hour e-bike cycling tour. Along the way, you will take in gorgeous rice paddies, dams, waterfalls, quaint villages and the world-famous Bali Green School, which is made entirely of bamboo. On the lush banks of the majestic Ayung River, stop to catch your breath, take photos and enjoy your guide's local knowledge, which they will be only too happy to share. At the end of your cycling trip, you will enjoy a tasty, traditional local lunch or an extensive Balinese afternoon tea served in an authentic local compound. Following lunch, your driver will bring you to the starting point of the rafting where your next fun activity will start. Set off on a 2-hour white water rafting trip on the Ayung River. Go past waterfalls, through several rapids and enjoy the overall green, lush surrounding jungle.

Bali: Jatiluwih Full-Day E-Bike and Trekking Tour

9. Bali: Jatiluwih Full-Day E-Bike and Trekking Tour

Following pick-up from your hotel, embark on a 2-hour e-bike tour from the Hindu temple of Pura Luhur Batukaru on the southern slopes of Bali's second tallest volcano. Cycle past the beautiful landscapes of the island's interior en route to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. Experience the diverse scenery of the central Jatiluwih area, traveling through dense jungle and giant bamboo forests. Encounter local villages, vast valleys, tropical vegetation and everyday life. Stop for a picnic lunch by the river or overlooking the rice terraces and feast on a selection of sandwiches, salads, fruit and soft drinks. Wine and beer can also be provided on request. Then, walk off the calories on a 2.5-hour trek through the Jatiluwih rice fields and rivers. See local farmers at work, and venture off the beaten path as you walk down to the river and through a natural terrain that few tourists ever encounter. End your walk at a Balinese compound in a rural village, where the local guide and farmer will explain more about the traditional life of the island.

North Bali: Guided 4x4, Cycling & Hot Spring Day Trip

10. North Bali: Guided 4x4, Cycling & Hot Spring Day Trip

Visit the tranquil and beautiful North of Bali for a day of sightseeing and adventure. Enjoy a convenient pickup from your hotel in the morning and head to your first stop, the small mountain village of Munduk which will serve as your basecamp. Once there, choose your mountain bike and listen to a short safety briefing provided by your instructor. Mount your bike on the Land Rover, hop into the car and continue to Asah Munduk, where you'll stop to take in the views. Next, head to the starting point for your downhill mountain bike ride. Enjoy the thrill of a 4x4 ride through the rougher countryside terrain to reach a mountain village near Pandawa. Travel by bike from here, admiring the beautiful views over the coast. Take the back roads and traverse narrow tracks through coves and coffee plantations until you reach your next stop, a Buddhist monastery tucked away on a hillside overlooking the Indian Ocean. Explore the monastery and its meditation chambers before enjoying a picnic lunch. Your island adventure continues with a 4x4 ride to the natural hot springs at Banjar Singaraja. Swim in the springs or unwind in the jacuzzi. Embark on the last leg of your tour as you hop back into the Land Rover to head back uphill towards the base camp. Enjoy breathtaking views as you travel along a different route, making several stops at viewpoints along the way. Your day ends with a three-course meal served at the basecamp restaurant with views of the valley and coast below.

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Wonderful excursion to Mt Badur to cycle the black lava around the caldera, visit a beautiful temple on the lake, enjoy an invigorating soak in the thermal hot springs, delicious lunch at a warung and last stop at a coffee plantation. We were collected from our hotel by Depa, who navigated the traffic to the volcano. There we were met by Wayan and his brother Jero, who took us on a fabulous and informative bike ride along the black lava of the caldera through to an amazing temple overlooking the lake. Depa then drove us to the hot springs where we relaxed in various pools overlooking the lake and caldera, before lunch and the final stop for a coffee and tea flight at the plantation. We had an amazing day and felt we discovered a part of Bali we hadn’t seen before. Our driver and bike guides were fantastic and we highly recommend them and this tour.

Fantastic tour! Wayan was punctual, explained a lot about Balinese culture to me already on the van, which was clean and comfortable. First stop at the coffee plantation with a good breakfast including tastings of different types of coffee and herbal teas. The bike ride was a lot of fun, with many stops enriched by explanations on rice fields, temples, Balinese houses and much more. Very good lunch in a warung with a suggestive view! Tour recommended for those who want to get to know an authentic Bali, away from the crowds of tourists and, of course, for those who love cycling! Thanks to the two Wayans! Constance

We had a great bike ride among rice fields and beautiful views. Our guide was very knowledgeable about Balinese culture and was happy to tell us about everything from temples to feng shui in homes. Bring a backpack if you want to take things with you on the tour as there is no other way to store belongings (the van can take what you don't need at the moment).

Andina was a great host. She was very friendly, accommodating and polite. We enjoyed the Bali Swing and got there early enough that we were the only ones there to take great pictures!!

Wayan and Agus were so kind, funny and excellent guides. all the information was interesting and the bike ride was great