Below are just some of the locations you might ride by on your tour with us. If there’s somewhere you must see, let us know and we’ll do our best to make it happen.
Mt. Batukaru (2,276 m) is the island’s second tallest, located on the last true section of jungle, south of Pohen Mountain. On the edge of this mountain sits a wonderful temple named Pura Luhur Batukaru, one of the six main temples in Bali (Sad Kahyangan). The temple is crowded by thousands worshipers once a year when the Hindu’s ceremony is celebrated here because Balinese from across the island come here.
Located by the village of Munduk in the sub-regency of Banjar in the regency of Bulelemg, Tamblingan is a relatively small lake covering a surface of only around 1.5 square kilometers with a depth of 90 meters. The name Tamblingan is derived from the word tamba meaning medicine or medicinal, and elingang meaning spiritual. On the edge of the Tamblingan Lake there is a Gubug Temple.
This waterfall is is located in the village of Munduk, north Bali. The path down to the waterfall is densely planted with clove and coffee trees as well as Avocado, Taro, Banana and some Durian tree. Munduk village located at an altitude of between 800 – 900 m above sea level so the air is very cool and very suitable for agricultural areas, especially the coffee and clove. The cool waters are just the thing you might need after a long day of riding.
Belimbing is located about 50 kilometres northwest of Denpasar. In this area you will find many beautiful rice terraces, plantations and typical Balinese villages. The area is ideal for hiking and cycling. The winding, hilly roads to Belimbing will leave a deep impression on your memory. In the picturesque surroundings of Belimbing, located in the province of Tabanan, you can also admire coffee and cocoa plantations, in addition to the natural beauty of the village and the healthy mountain air. In addition, the winding, terraced rice fields abound for visitors to this beautiful landscape.