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Go on an unforgettable cycling tour through Bali's scenic countryside with our knowledgable and professional guides and immerse yourself in the Balinese culture and way of life.
- Enjoy fabulous views of Mount Batukaru
- Pay a visit to the cheeky monkeys of Sangeh Monkey Forest
- Enjoy rare access to a royal family compound in Mumbul
- See and taste local Balinese produce
- Explore the renowned rice paddies of Ubud
-Pickup and drop off
-Use of our bicycles
-Professional English-speaking guide
-Entrance to the Monkey Forest
What you need to bring
Comfortable clothes and shoes
Sunblock or a hat
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What other people are saying
- By yourself
- As a couple
- With your family
Great way to see the villages and rice fields
A great tour! It was a great way to see parts of Bali you haven't yet explored and get to know more about its culture. I really enjoyed the trip to see the monkeys and the coffee makers - I got taste so many teas and coffees and managed to buy some great presents for my friends and family.
Great way to see rural Bali
I really really enjoyed this cycle trip!! It was great to get off the beaten track and see raw Bali outside the tourist and built up areas. I thoroughly enjoyed. And the food at the end was GREAT!!! I had 4 platefuls :-D
I highly recommend.
The best thing we did in Bali as a family
Friendly! Informative! Adventurous! AWESOME!
My family, which included a 7 and 8 year old and a 67 year old, had the greatest time. Gede and another guide took great care of us ensuring the eldest and youngest in the group were ok and took the tour at a pace appropriate for our family. Booking with go voyaging was so easy and they were very helpful in making sure a tandem bike was available for my husband and 7 year old and that there would be a bike for my 8 year old to ride.
Let them know when booking any concerns you may have so you have peace of mind. You definitely need to wear a comfortable pair of shoes that you don't mind if they get muddy (trekking through rice paddies and across a bamboo bridge across a river).
This activity is not only a bicycle ride. They can show you Bali's wild nature and culture. Through this activity, you will feel a kind of sense of achievement with other guests, then eventually they will be your friends too.
This was one of the most enjoyable tour for my family (mom, myself, bro and sis). Cycling was a good way to explore the padi fields. The guide was very experienced and humorous. Would definitely go again.
I had a really fun time on the Cycling tour!! But just a tip for future participants -- unless you're looking for a little roast, make sure you put on some strong sunblock ... the afternoon sun is a little strong but that did not in the least diminish the fun of this experience! I chose to do the half-day tour, and we visited a Balinese family compound, some temples and more importantly for me, took a really nice trip into the rice fields and meandered around little villages and had the chance to interact with the farmers and locals (who were far removed from the tourism scene). Overall an AMAZING experience (but once again, watch out for that sun!)
These guys had been recommended to me and they were very professional and friendly to my friend Cynthia and I. I found the tour of the traditional Balinese compound was very enlightening - I got to see the family cow and an actual cocoa tree! Thanks guys for helping me carry my bike up the tricky bits, much appreciated!
A fantastic tour with a very good Guide
The tour was fantastic. We see a lot of the local culture and the guide explains a lot about the tradtition of local people. A very good day with a deep impression of bali lifestyle. Thank you very much!:)
We had a great time cycling around Ubud and away from the crowds and traffic. Our guide Gede was very nice and knowledgeable about the local sites, history, people, fauna and flora. We've enjoyed our tour and the lunch. There was no breakfast included but a coffee tasting session. No forced shopping. We've felt taken care of all the way. It was the best way to explore Ubud with our kids. Kudos!