Embark on a cycling tour to Bali's famous rice terraces amongst the world-renowned beauty of Jatiluwih. Afterwards take in the splendor over a delicious lunch with paddy field views
Cycle through the luscious greenery of Bali's most beautiful rice terraces
See local farmers going about their daily tasks such as plowing the fields with buffalo
Get an authentic perspective on Balinese rural life from your local English speaking guide and experienced cycling instructor
Feel safe in the knowledge that you're riding well-maintained equipment with the proper safety precautions and first aid trained guide on hand
Tuck into a local Balinese lunch overlooking spectacular views
Enjoy air conditioned transport including hotel pick up and drop off
A tour to take you beyond the beautiful sands and clear waters, to where Bali's inland is famed for its thousands of miles of luscious rice paddies. Layer upon layer of terraces curve with the terrain and the sky reflects in silvery stripes on the watery troughs. Spend a day speeding through Bali's rice gardens, one of the island's best-loved areas on account of its authenticity and beauty, and listen intently as your local guide relates tales of rural life. The heritage area of Jatiluwih is a less commercialized, less crowded region, boasting some of the world's most beautiful rice fields with views of Mount Batukaru in the distance. Alight from your bike to walk between the terraces, little huts, tumbling waterfalls and quaint temples before sitting down to a sumptuous lunch overlooking the stunning scenery.
Child ticket: Age 10-12
Children under age 10 are not recommended to join this tour
Tour is not suitable for pregnant women or people with heart or back problems
A minimum of 2 adults are required to book this tour (1 adult & 1 child will be charged as two adults
All tour timings are inclusive of traveling time to tour coordination point
A UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site with breathtaking view. The largest rice paddie in Bali or maybe the whole Indonesia. The scenery is fantastic, worth the trip to getting here. This is a peaceful and tranquil setting. A picture is not going to capture the beauty of this place. Finally being there and seeing it myself was truly an amazing experience, the color, the fields, the terraced surfaces is natural art that must be experienced and not just capture with a camera. The endless rice terraces and the mountains in the background were amazing to witness and they made nice photos as well.