Bali by Bike
Indonesia 7 days ex Ubud

Get under the surface of this intriguing island, see the countryside and meet the people who make this one of the most popular destinations
in Indonesia. And what better way to explore than on a bike? Take the slow road through lazy villages, along lake shores and close to sandy
beaches as you learn more about this fascinating island.
Itinerary
Trip Details
Day 1 Ubud
Arrive and transfer to your hotel before meeting with your local guide who will explain the activities
for the next 8 days, talk about your interests and fit you for your cycling equipment. We will head to
the Gianyar night market for our evening meal (not included) so wander amongst the busy stalls
and try some of the local delicacies like satay sticks covered in fried onion and peanut sauce.

This evening we have a chance to see a performance of the unusual Kecak dance. Instead of
using musical instruments, the music for the dance and story is told using human voices in
rhythmic chants. The story told is the Hindu epic Ramayana which is the story of Prince Rama and
his rescue of Princess Sita who has been kidnapped.

Day 2  Kintamani (Kedisan)
We leave early today to head up to Lake Batur, the largest of Bali's mountain lakes situated inside
a massive volcanic caldera. The day is spent riding through villages and along winding roads
(some steep uphill and downhill, approx 50km) before a free evening to relax and enjoy the
surrounding town.

Day 3 Kintamani (Kedisan)
Today we do a circuit around the beautiful lake as we follow the volcano rim with fantastic views
across the volcano and out to sea. Cycling: a variety of terrains, up and down hill. approx 35 kms

Day 4 Amed
A full day of riding (with vehicle transfers at the start and end) take us to Amed, an quiet coastal
area that is Bali's best kept secret. Cycling: mainly trails with some roads, approx 50km.

Day 5 Amed
Free day to relax and give your legs a break from cycling. Head out for some scuba diving, wander
around the local villages or spend the day at the beach

Day 6 Candidasa
Another full day on the bikes with a stop off at the Tirtagannga Water Palace. Built by the local raja
in 1946 it is built around a spring whose waters are locally believed to flow directly from the
Ganges. It's a perfect place to cool down as you take a dip in the pools including the Royal Pool.
Cycling: some trails & some roads, approx 43 kms.

Day 7 departure from Ubud
Transfer to the airport. Depending on your flight time you may have time to stop off in Ubud for
some last minute souvenir shopping
Departure date
Private departures on dates to suit you,