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“Nothing beats Bali on a bike”- Cycling proves a refreshing way to see traditional island life - Flip Prior of West Australian Newspaper writes about his bike tour with Bali Bintang Tour.
Perth Sunday Times, “The scenery and the views were spectacular. We cycled past the rice fields, stopping to talk to some of the farmers, all laughing and waving at us. Our girls loved it because all the little children from the villages we passed came out to shout ‘hello’ at them. We got to see village life, with people doing their washing in the rivers, making fires, making offerings to the Hindu gods.”
If you’re reading this right now, it means that you’re looking for a fun and exciting way to see the Bali off the beaten tourist path. You know that there is more to experiencing Bali than just the crowds and tour busses, hanging at the bars in Kuta, or the head spinning shopping frenzy… and yet you haven’t figured out exactly where to go to get the insider’s peek at rural village life and the beautiful backdrop of Bali’s countryside. Biking and Trekking in Bali is one of the BEST and most UNFORGETTABLE ways to explore the people, the land and the Balinese way of life.
Isn’t it about time you have some FUN and DISCOVER the most memorable adventure of your lifetime? Aren’t you ready to see the authentic Bali culture and scenery that you see in all the photos and magazines?
Led by a Balinese local conscious entrepreneur Wayan Agus, our goal is to help you experience Bali’s best kept secrets- the excitement, exploration, breathtaking countryside and genuinely warm-hearted local villagers up close and personal. We believe that this begins with safety – using only the finest equipment, consistently maintained bicycles, and tours led by professional, English speaking guides (German, French, Dutch and Japanese speaking guide also available with advance request) who are trained in basic first aid, mature, responsible and who know how to show you the time of your life rain or shine!
“Excellent way to see Ubud - The Bintang Bike Ride was brilliant. You will be picked up from your hotel and driven up Mount Batur. About half way up, you stop at a coffee plantation, which is serene and jungle-like. You can taste the coffee and learn about Luwak coffee (it's made from the beans from Luwak dung - yum). Of course, there is also a shop where you can buy the coffee if you choose. From there it's on to the top for 'breakfast'. (Note: you will be told the tour includes breakfast. It comes at 10am and consists of one fried banana. My recommendation is: have breakfast first.) You wander out and look at the volcano (you will be accosted by the most persistent sarong sellers in Bali complete with baby strapped to chest for sympathetic effect - it is hard to ignore them and try to look at volcano). Then it's on to the bike ride. The bikes and helmets are of good quality, obviously the bikes have been serviced and looked after. The ride goes for about three hours and about the first 2 1/2 hours are downhill. It is beautiful. Scenery gorgeous and villages and temples lovely. We stopped to see a traditional Balinese house, which was very interesting. The kitchen is extremely primitive. We stopped at a couple of temples (usually after the uphill part) but at one point, we rode past two men woodcarving. I would like to have stopped there to watch them. It gets a bit hilly towards the end, but then it's over and lunch is served at the restaurant of the Tour office (food was nice but restaurant was tiny and no view. Considering we were in Ubud, lunch with a view would have been nice.) You are then driven home to your hotel.” ~ PetalMelbourne, Melbourne, Australia
“Great Family Day Out!! - What a fantastic way to see Bali. We have been to Bali 7 times before and thought we had done it all! This tour was an excellent experience and I can highly recommend it. We went with 2 families. My own 3 boys are aged 8,9 and 13 and they loved it. When hills got a bit steep (only a couple of times) and we went through a very busy town (lots of motorbikes and cars), the youngest kids stayed in the support van that followed us slowly the whole way. As zoo as anyone needed break you could just get in the support van! Very well organised. Our tour guide Kadek (Bastien) was a lovely Balinese man who spoke fluent English. He took us to his families home in the mountains and told us about their life and we saw his home and how they live. Very interesting. Whilst there were a few 'hair raising' moments for a mother watching her children riding their bikes with traffic about, our guides rode next to them and ensured they were safe. On the way up the mountain they stopped at a coffee plantation and showed us how the coffee is grown & ground. We had a tasting with a fantastic view. We took a placket of lollies which we gave out to the gorgeous local kids. Endless water provided and a very nice lunch at the end.
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