Price per person:

80 €

Half-price for children under 12 years old

Minimum 4 people

Activity Level

Moderate

At the local traditional village of Sebatu, meaning ‘stone rock’, we’ll dismount and make our way down the stone steps to enter the holy water and purification temple, the Pura Dalem Pingit.

If you wish, we will guide you through the ritual of purification rites as you bathe in the holy water which falls from a natural spring. The Balinese believe that water is one of the great forces of nature, and contains strong healing effects which can bestow blessings if prayerfully acknowledged.

Our friend Wayan will invite us to her small warung, or ‘food stall’ overlooking the jungle, where we will be served juice made from organic, locally grown tropical fruit and a
Balinese snack.

Our journey then continues on through the world’s most famous terraced rice fields in Tegalalang. Rather than viewing the fields from a distance in a crowded touristic areas, we will actually be riding on pathways through these incredible terraced rice fields, gaining
insight into the complex millennia-old irrigation system known in Balinese as ‘subak’.

This cycling trek will hopefully give the rider a deeper insight into Balinese culture. It will also be a unique opportunity to escape the usual tour group itineraries and discover the
‘real’ Bali.