E-Bikes in Jatiluwih

Central Bali’s rural scenery is ripe for exploration on two wheels. The island’s topography is hilly to say the least though, so – unless you’re just back from the Tour de France - the introduction of E-bikes is welcome news! E-Bikes take a good deal of the strain out of cycling, bringing much greater comfort and accessibility, especially good for discovering alluring yet undulating areas such as the UNESCO protected rice fields of Jatiluwih.

Trips start from the Batukaru temple, on the slopes of Bali’s second highest volcano, and then pass for around two hours down through the stunning landscapes to Jatiluwih. Tours are led by an experienced guide who will happily share local knowledge as you go. The cycling element of the day finishes in a rural village for a tasty buffet lunch, after which you can be taken to a nearby tropical waterfall to cool off. Jatiluwih can be easily accessed from central Bali locations such as Ubud or Munduk, en route to/from destinations on the north, south, or west coasts.

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