Cycling in Bali with Electric Bike at Jatiluwih and Surround
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Morning pick up at your hotel (Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Ubud, Sanur,Denpasar, Kuta/Legian/Seminyak/Canggu) and direct transfer to Tabanan, Central Bali.
Riding on a electric bike will give you a freedom to stop anywhere, anytime to take pictures while it is also a sustainable option to explore the nature. You will roam around Jatiluwih a hilly area in Tabanan, Central Bali for about 2 hours on asphalt and dirt road. It offers vast view of terraced rice fields, from flashy green to all-yellow, depending on the stadium of the rice plants. The rice fields are managed through -and are part of Subak, a water management (irrigation) system developed in the 10th century which has been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
During the tour you will see :
• Drive uphill, you will pass villages and rice field once we leave the city. Upon arrival at the start point, our guide will brief you on the safety and how to use the bike with opportunity to try on. Once you are comfortable with the bike and helmet, the ride starts. Follow the small asphalt and sometimes dirt road through ricefield, our guide will explain about the paddy growing cycle with ample time for photo shoot. After 2 hours ride, you will arrive at our finish point. Lunch will be served along with cold towel to freshen you up.
Good to know before you go:
• Don’t forget your camera for the spectacular spots in the tour
• Most of the attractions provide sarong free of charge for the time of the visit or max 10k IDR for the rental.
• I suggest to buy one on the way, its useful in the future on the beach or any other temples to enter.
• Cover your knees and shoulders in the temples
• Always carry a bit of cash with you. It will come handy when you decide to buy a coconut, grilled corn on the cob or a sarong on the beach or before the temple. Tipping the staff at the hotel, spa and restaurant is also usually done in cash.
• Be prepared for waterfalls visits if you would like to swim take some towels with you.
• IF the trip includes trekking, then wear some comfortable shoes or sandals, but in Indonesia flip-flops are also great.