Cycling on an ebike in the rice fields

Ebike tour in Jatiluwih – Best “Things to do in Bali, Jatiluwih”

UNESCO World Heritage site on an Ebike

Nestled amidst the rolling hills and verdant landscapes of Bali lies the picturesque village of Jatiluwih, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its stunning terraced rice fields. While exploring this tranquil haven on foot is undoubtedly enchanting, there’s a unique way to immerse yourself fully in its beauty – an e-bike tour allows you to go further into the massive site and go where no other tourists go.

Why do a guided ebike tour instead of a regular bike tour?

Embarking on a guided e-bike tour in Jatiluwih unlocks a world of possibilities. Because of the very hilly terrain, which makes it very difficult for regular cycling, the ebikes allow you to focus entirely on the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. As you pedal through the labyrinth of emerald-green rice paddies, you will pass by lush tropical vegetation, traditional Balinese temples, and locals tending to their crops with unwavering dedication. All our guides grew up here and they are happy to share details about what you see and can answer any questions you may have.

Located in a valley and surrounded by 4 extinct volcanoes

One of the most remarkable aspects of an e-bike tour is the opportunity to venture off the beaten path and discover hidden gems inaccessible by conventional means. From secluded bamboo forests to quaint villages untouched by time, each twist and turn reveals a new facet of Jatiluwih’s charm.

Moreover, e-bike tours offer a sustainable way to explore this pristine environment, minimizing your carbon footprint while maximizing your appreciation for Mother Nature’s wonders and already just the endless views make that this is one of the Best Things to do in Bali, Jatiluwih.

Ebike tour ends with a tasty lunch

At the end of the ebike tour an authentic Balinese lunch is served in our unique restaurant in the rice fields, which is reserved for our guests only. The rice you eat comes from the surrounding rice fields and often you see the farmers at work that grew the rice you are eating.

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