Explore the dramatic stepped rice fields of Tegallalang on this scenic MTB tour.
Discover the natural geometry and cultural significance of the Subak rice fields on this MTB tour in rural Bali. A form of community farming that dates back to the 9th generation, winding through well-manicured fields and traditional family compounds on this MTB tour from Baung Village all the way to Nyuh Kuning Village in the highlands of rural Ubud.
This activity travels along the Tegallalang Rice Terraces on a 15km route. Following a route from Baung Village to Nyuh Kuning Village, it is half an hour's drive north of Ubud, situated in the vicinity of local landmarks that include Ubud Monkey Forest, Goa Gajah & Tirta Empul.
Meet your guide at the activity base in Ubud for this scenic MTB tour of the Tegallalang rice terraces. Suitable for groups of friends and families alike, this sightseeing excursion is run and operated by a Balinese local that will provide you with information on the cultural, spiritual & historical significance of the region. Starting out at Baung Village, kit up for this 15km tour of rural Ubud. Rolling at a casual pace, cruise along the secret back roads between wild jungle and well-maintained farmland – stopping at a traditional Balinese compound to learn more about family life. Back in the saddle, ride downhill and follow the scent of incense to a family temple before reaching the rice fields. Hop off your bike and mark the moment with a few photos and a well-deserved drink in Tagallalang – understanding more about Subak farming. Travelling on winding roads with very little traffic, pass local farmers as they plant rice and tend their buffalo. An air-conditioned escort vehicle is on standby during your trip for emergencies and to take you to enjoy a replenishing buffet luncheon at the finish point in Keli Kelod village before returning to your hotel.
A 15km mountain bike tour set to a leisurely pace, the Tegallalang rice terraces trail uses tarmac road and small sections of dirt path – passing through traditional farmland on a two-hour route. Basic bike handling required.