Rice paddies, Bali.
Balinese Biking and Waterfalls
Get ready to explore a whole world on just two wheels! Yes, today is the day where you get the chance to embark on a grand cycling tour of the impressively contoured rice paddies in the glorious green village of Jatiluwih.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast at your hotel, you’ll don your most comfortable clothes and head out to discover the Ubud countryside in all of its natural beauty. Luckily for your eager to explore legs, you’ll be uncovering the striking sights of these rice fields on an electric bike, making whizzing around the hills that much easier! It can get a little chilly as you stroll around these pristine paddies, so ensure to take a light jacket for some essential cover-up.
As part of the Subak Landscape of Catur Angga Batukaru, and one of the 5 regions in Bali selected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this awe-inspiring area is an enticing living museum, showcasing the traditional agricultural methods of the island. As you take the time to gently cycle around and unpick peaceful moments of solitude, you’ll also learn all about the island’s clever use of such lush land. You’ll also discover the cooperative use of water and other resources that transform these hillsides into such a picturesque postcard.
It really is an impressive place to explore. Make sure to take some spectacular snaps before you settle down to enjoy a sumptuous lunch of - what else - but organic Jatiluwih rice and mountain fresh vegetables, all the while overlooking Bali’s ultimate rice paddy. What a view.
Your excursion of exploration isn’t over yet. Once you’ve filled up on a feast of tasty natural ingredients, you will continue on with a short drive to the tremendous Tegenungan Waterfall.
Cycle the most impressive rice terraces in Bali
Cool off with a refreshing dip at the Tegenungan Waterfall