Indonesia Bike Tour » Bali Paradise Ride

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What: 7 days / 5 days cycling When: March thru October Cost: from $2050
Temple gates in Ubud
Meet in Bali, transfer to Ubud, freetime, enjoy a traditional Balinese feast, with dancing and shows.
Bicycle tour stop at Goa Gajah Cave
Bike out of the hills to the coast, discover the Goa Gajah cave, rock carvings of Yeh Pulu, before relaxing beachside.
Cycling group in Bali
Discover traditional ways in the Aga village at Tenganan, explore the water palace of Taman Ujung, and salt farms of Amed.
Temple carving seen on pedalers bike tour
Check out Pura Meduwe Karang temple with its statues and "historic" carving of a man on a bike, bed down by the sea in Lovina.
Rice paddy scenery enjoyed during Bali bike tour
Shuttle up the mountain, then bike through rice terraces, past waterfalls and the Ulan Danu Bratan temple.
Luxurious cycling holiday lodges
Easy descent back to Ubud, visiting the wood carving village of Tegallalang, day 7 depart Bali.

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Everyone should put this trip on your list of things to do! This trip was the first I had taken out of the country for 25 years. I am a single woman, was traveling alone and was unsure if it was the right thing for me to do. What an experience! Not only did I feel safe and protected the entire trip, but fed to capacity at every opportunity. The hotels were luxurious, Wayan and Kadek very gracious and respectful of everyone's needs and wants at all times. I would definately do this again! ... , Oct 2012
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Fabulous trip. Bali is gorgeous, the riding a good challenge with Beaches, hills, rice patties, temples, markets and mountains. The support was excellent with a riding guide and van always near for water, fresh fruit and information. The side visits to temples, native villages, forests and a waterfall were superb with a most knowledgeable and fun guide. The lodging and food made the tour complete and fitting of the name Paradise Tour. ... , Oct 2011
This was a unique and fantastic experience. Biking is truly the only way to really experience a country and its culture. This was absolutely a wonderful experience in every way. The bikes(Trek) can't be beat. They really do make a huge difference. The guides (Wayan) was wonderful. This was one of the very best experiences of my life and I have traveled to over 30 countries and completed several international bike tours. Patti R 2011 ... , Jul 2011
I loved the Bali Paradise Ride so much, I went twice (April and October, 2012)!

I was impressed with the bungalow-style, very comfortable, 3-star hotels (my favorite was The Pertiwi which had a plunge pool in my private patio). I loved the food and it was great fun to experiment with the local cuisine, especially since it was all provided in the tour package. The van support was terrific with Wayan trailing us every step of the way, stopping for walks through significant landmarks, and providing plenty of breaks for water refills and snacks. The biking was moderate with one challenging day of dips and climbs. I'm looking forward to another trip with Pedalers Pub & Grill - maybe I'll try Thailand but perhaps, the Bali Paradise Ride one more time!
... , Apr & Oct 2012

Bike Tour Details

7 days (5 days cycling)
Inn to Inn
Level: B


Boutique Hotels, Inns & Resorts     See some of our hotels

Flying There

Tour meets and ends in Denpasar, Indonesia (DPS)

Adventure Character

Paved roads, moderate traffic, hills


Total: 243 mi / 392 km
Daily Avg: 40 mi / 65 km

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Scheduled Departures:
Tour Cost: $2050
Single Supplement: $550
Bike Rental: $175
Deposit: $200

Private Trips:
6 or more people: $2125
2 to 5 people: $2450
1 person: $2850
(Deposit, Single Sup, Bike Rental
same as Scheduled Departures)

(All costs per person in US $)

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Comfortable Boutique Accommodations

Pertiwi Resort
Balinese style boutique resort hidden in the heart of Ubud.

Puri Bagus Candidasa
Delightful villas by the sea.

Anda Amed Resort
Modern stylings with Balinese atmosphere and service.

Puri Bagus Lovina
Oceanfront villas featuring local architectural styles.

Saranam Eco Resort
Small resort tucked away in rice paddies atop the central volcanoes.

The hotels listed here are our preferred properties, but may not be available for all dates. When alternates are used, they will be of the same quality and style.

Day 1:
Your group will meet at Denpasar Airport, get set up with your bike for the tour, then transfer to the artistic community of Ubud, tucked away in the central foothills. We'll start your introduction to Balinese cuisine at the Leke Laka Restaurant, where you also enjoy some unique Balinese entertainment.
Day 2:
Descend to the coast, stopping to explore Goa Gajah, the elephant cave and the rock carvings of Yeh Pulu, some of Bali's oldest. We will cycle along the coast to former fishing village of Candi Dasa, where we relax tonight. And take a side trip to visit Tenganan, a Bali Aga village, that still follows the traditional ways. 47 mi / 75 km
Day 3:
Its a short day of cycling, with some moderate climbs. You'll start along quiet side roads skirting between the ocean and Mt Lempuyang. Visit Taman Ujung, one of Bali's renowned "water palaces" and Ahmed's salt farms before reaching our hotel perched on the hillside with dramatic views of the ocean. The waters around Amed are well known to divers, with a popular local dive to see the wreck of the USS Liberty. 31 mi / 50 km
Day 4:
A leisurely day cycling the north shore of Bali, with black sand beaches tucked away in quiet coves. Visit the ancient temple complex of Pura Meduwe Karang, with its Ramayana sculptures and relief carving of a man riding a bicycle. We overnight in Lovina, a beach town whose name means "I love Indonesia". 44 mi / 71 km
Day 5:
We'll shuttle up to Lake Bratan to start today's scenic ride avoiding a busy stretch of highway. Visiting the Munduk Waterfall first, then heading out by bike to explore the beautiful vistas of the Jati Luwih Rice Terraces, an area that gets featured in many photographers works. We will also explore the Ulan Danu Beratan Temple before settling in for the night at our resort sitting in the highlands surrounded by emerald green rice terraces. 53 mi / 85 km
Day 6:
Our last ride is an easy descent back to Ubud, perhaps visiting Tegallalang renowned for its wood carving and Tirta Empul Temple, the Holy Spring Water Temple. For fans of the movie Bucket List, you will pass several small shops selling Kopi Luwak. Back in Ubud you have the afternoon free to explore this artist's town and shop for Balinese handcrafts and art. We will wind down an awesome ride through paradise with a great dinner at one of our favorite restaurants. 28 mi / 46 km

Day 7:
After an early breakfast we will shuttle back to Denpasar Airport for fond farewells and your flights home or onward to more adventures. Sampai Jumpa.
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