Campuhan Ridge Walk, Tegalalang Rice Field Walk, Bali Pulina for Luwak Coffee and Organic Spices Plantations, Gunung Kawi
Join us to discover the natural beauty of Bali on a hike through rice paddies in the spectacular heartland of Bali called Ubud. The first Destination will be visiting Campuhan Ridge located in Ubud. The hike will take around 1 hours by walking. The next destination will be visiting the scenic rice field in Tegalalang which is the most visited ricefield in Bali. It will take us more or less an hours to explore the area. The trip will be continued to visit Sebatu Village for organic spices plantation and its unique coffee called Luwak Coffee and completed the journey by exploring Gunung Kawi which is the royal monument from the late of 11th century by King Udayana.
Ubud Walk Itinerary.
-07. 00 : Hotel pick up at Kuta, Uluwatu, Nusa Dua, Sanur Area.
-08. 00 : Hotel Pick up at Ubud Area.
-09. 00 : Ubud Eco Walk (1 hour rice field walk)
-10. 15 : Leaving Ubud Area for Tegalalang Rice Field
-10. 45 : Exploring and hiking Tegalalang Rice Field for 1 hours
-13. 00 : Lunch at Alon Alon Restaurant overlooking Tegalalang Rice Field
-14. 30 : Bali Pulina to explore organic spices plantation and taste the most unique coffee worldwide called Luwak Coffee overlooking scenic valley with rice field on it.
-15. 15 : Leaving for Gunung Kawi
-15. 45 : Explore Gunung Kawi with its beautiful surroundings (Waterfall, River, Rice Field Ancient Temple)
-17. 00 : Heading back to your hotel trough countryside of Bali.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Hotel,airport, or any place you ask
End location: Hotel,airport, or any place you ask
Duration: 8 hours
Toyota Rush 2012/ Toyota Innova 2013
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200000 Rupiah - It is about 25 US$/ Person to purchase your lunch
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"Yoman" picked us up promptly at 8:00 AM and he quizzed us about our tour interests. We voted for the morning rice field walk. We visited a world heritage site; terraced rice field. Half-way we paused near the top and enjoyed a fresh drink of coconut water from a local farmer and his wife. This mountain top cafe was special as the farmer played his flute, chickens ran about and Yoman explained the importance of the tourism industry. It was a fantastic day!! Robyn & Grant Koropatnick, Canada