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Take your time – and save your energy – on a relaxing, landscape-filled downhill cycling tour from Mount Batur's Kintamani all the way to Ubud.

Rice-fields during the downhill cycling tour, Bali

Rice-field views during the downhill cycling tour in Bali.
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Downhill Cycling Itinerary

You'll start your morning by being picked up in Ubud at 8am in a comfortable air-conditioned car before stopping off at the famous rice-terraces in Tegallalang. On the way up to Mount Batur, enjoy a luwak coffee at a local coffee plantation, followed by some light breakfast and the breathtaking views of Mount Batur and Lake Batur.

After a safety talk, you'll familiarise yourself with your bicycle before setting off downhill along quiet, little-used roads to soak up some of Bali's most beautiful, natural landscapes.

Take a break from the road and walk through some lush rice paddies where you'll learn all about rice-growing on Bali, pay a visit to a woodcarving workshop, and finish your trip with lunch in a traditional Balinese home.

You'll be back in your hotel between 3pm and 4pm.

Ticket Prices for Downhill Cycling

Adult Rp.300,000
Infant (with baby seat) Rp.150,000

What's included

✓ Mountain bike and helmet.
✓ Raincoat if wet.
✓ Insurance.
✓ Cool drinks and fresh fruit along the way.
✓ Luwak coffee.
✓ Entrance fee to the Mount Batur area.
✓ Breakfast in Kintamani.
✓ Traditional Balinese lunch.
✓ Cold face towels.

Useful tips for safe cycling around Bali

✓ Always wear your helmet, and attach it properly while riding.
✓ Test and familiarise yourself with your bike before the tour begins, and check that all the parts are working properly.
✓ Adjust your seat if necessary so that you are seated comfortably – and that your feet are able to touch the ground.
✓ Thorough checks on all mountain bikes are carried out before each tour – but you should still double-check everything to ensure that you feel comfortable and confident on your bicycle.
✓ Don't ride too close to each other, and please be alert to your guide who should always be in front of you leading the way.
✓ Be sure you know how to ride, including usage of gears and other components. Ask your guide if necessary.
✓ Please listen to your guide’s explanations on riding safety, and follow his instructions.

Book ~ Downhill Cycling Tours on Bali with Triupasadana Tours and Travel

↬ Triupasadana Tours and Travel, Jalan Raya Ubud (opposite Anomali Coffee)
☎ (0361) 479 21 77 ~ 081 916 259 877 ~ 081 339 44 00 58
Your Contact: Mr. Dewa Cepol

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