Cycling Jatiluwih

As one of the World Heritage UNESCO lists, Jatiluwih offers the postcard-perfect pastoral landscapes. With peace, fresh, and tranquility, the atmosphere of this area is so peaceful. Jatiluwih becomes a choice for those who want to escape from the hustle of city. Jatiluwih is a stretch 636 hectares of paddy field which applied ‘subak’ for its irrigation system. As traditional culture,  Subak has a temple, which was built to dedicate to Goddess of Prosperity and Goddess of Fertility.

Cycling is the best way to explore this wide area. Along the route, your clients will cruising between farms, stopping to snap photos along the way and chatting with the guide about the work that goes into planting, tending, and harvesting to these thriving crops. Join this cycling tour which will take your clients into a different world, away from big buildings, traffic jam and modern life!

Mt. Batur Sunrise

There is a reason the sunrise trek to the summit of Mt.Batur (1717 meters) is so popular. Besides experiencing the awesome beauty of an active volcano, trekking in the cool, early morning darkness obscures the difficulty of the challenging hike. The dark also helps to focus walkers to do the one to two hour ascent making it feel less difficult. The bonus is arriving in time to witness a glorious sunrise and experience the stunning morning views of the surrounding crater and lake.

Not only have that, Sunrise Mount Batur Bali also promised an adventure yet fun and relaxing journey. On the way down, your clients will have a chance to to see various tropical plantations such as tea, vegetables and coffee. See how to make Balinese coffee in very traditional process, and taste a cup of it. Enjoy an unforgettable sunrise from the top of an active volcano as well as embrace the morning breeze within fresh air. Spectacular scenery, peaceful rural village’s atmosphere, and perfect weather will make your clients trekking such a perfect journey.

Ubud Walk in the Golden Hour

Ubud is the charming part of Bali to explore many things related to the arts and culture of Bali. An expanse of green rice field combined by the remarkable view of mountains, are a priceless natural picture to see. Join a free and easy trekking in the golden that presents an even more pristine outback to escape from the hectic routines. Have a relaxing journey in the fresh morning air while witness the stunning landscape combination of the swaying elephant and reed grass, the picture of coconut tree stand remarkably among the rice terrace, with Mt. Agung as the background and the sound of insects with gurgling river as the back sounds. What a picturesque hidden treasure!

Real Bali Eco Cycling

Bali is an island of attraction. There are so many ways to enjoy this perfect island. Real Bali Eco Cycling is one of the best adventurous yet enjoyable ways to explore Bali!

A short drive after breakfast and your clients will off to mountain bikes through the heartland of Bali, travelling downhill on non-tourist sites, secret back roads and minor village roads (with little traffic), experiencing typical Balinese daily life and enjoying the beautiful Balinese countryside to Ubud. Your clients then continue to ride through lush forested areas, plantations full of Balinese staples and cash crops (cloves, coffee, cocoa, vanilla, tapioca, taro, local vegetables and exotic tropical fruits), through timeless small villages and lush rice paddy panoramas. Many adorable Balinese children will be there calling out ‘hellos’ and wanting ‘high fives’ on the way down. If we chance upon a ceremony (and we often do) your clients will also be invited to witness the events and our guides will offer explanations.

This journey will get the unseen of Bali and explain this amazing culture and the relationship the Balinese have with their beautiful island. The cycling tour will include numerous stops on the way, a visit to a Balinese home/compound (where your client can get to see first-hand how the Balinese live outside the tourist areas), a Balinese plantation (where your client can learn of the medicinal and culturally important uses of local plants, the process of making coffee and see many of the spices that usually used in cooking and tropical fruits growing in their natural environment. Your client will also go for a short walk in the rice paddies to see villagers planting and harvesting rice (can also join in) and see traditional craftsmen at work en route.

Village Walks In The Golden Hour

Has been struggling in the hectic routines of sprawling cities? Or facing pollution and noise in everyday life? Let’s take a break and have some relaxation. Enjoy the village walks which traverse paddy fields and picturesque villager’s activities in the golden hours. Along the road, you can stop to take pictures, closely observe farmers routines in the fields, or just simply look around and embrace earthy smell in the morning fresh air with subtle beauty of rural routines and remarkable natural scenery in the background.

Mesastila Coffee Plantation Tour

A hidden heaven is tucked away in the highlands of Losari. Mesastila Resort stands beautifully among hectares of coffee plantation. Set within an area of twenty-two hectares of outstanding natural beauty, this resort surrounded by cooling highland-air, eight mountains, tropical gardens and lush vegetation. Owning some precious old Javanese houses, Mesastila has become one of the most luxury resorts in Central Java.

An easy walk can be so meaningful when you do it at such picturesque path such Mesastila resort. For an hour, the guests will be guided to walk through coffee plantation, visit the coffee house where the coffee being processed, and taste the fresh Jamu (herbal healthy drink) and roasted coffee bean that being consumed with coconut sugar. Along the tour, an expert and friendly guide will explain a bunch of information about various coffees that planted in this area, the coffee process, the use of some vegetation, as well as the history of the resort. Embrace the fresh air with the remarkable view of the resort will be a 100% relaxation journey for your clients.

Cycling Experience in the Small Alleys of Heritage Town Kotagede

Kotagede, which often called as Sargede, was once the center of the mighty Mataram Empire. With some legacy spots that still remain well preserved, Kotagede still hold the Javanese culture as well. Guarded by some Abdi Dalem (a royal servant), these spots are open to public.

Over all, this small area consisted by small alleys that connect one spot to another. Cycling is the best way to explore this area. The Great Mosque (Masjid Gede) – the largest monument attributed to the kingdom of Mataram established in 1575, the royal cemetery, Jagalan traditional village and unique traditional Javanese houses, are best spots that most interesting to visit.

Guided by Abdi Dalem who absolutely expert in the history of each place, the journey will indeed fun and meaningful. Simply embrace the Javanese ambience with subtle beauty of local routines and majestic ancient houses, and learn the deep history, your clients will get one of the most valuable journeys in town.