Bali Bicycle Tours

Bali Bicycle Tours

What better way to explore Bali than on bicycle!

These bicycle tours allow you to get up close and personal with Bali’s beautiful nature and take in the fresh air.

There are multiple Bali cycling tours to choose from while in Bali. If you are up for the challenge of cycling in Bali, you may like to choose the rather challenging bike tour through black lava on a mountain bike. If you prefer something a little more relaxing, a tour on an E-bike may be a better option for you!

Depending on your fitness level and what you’re looking for, either one can be a great activity for you and your family or friends during your time in Bali.

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Option 1: Mount Batur: Black Lava Cycling Tour w/ Natural Hot Spring

Are you looking to get some exercise in and break a little sweat while admiring the beauty of Mount Batur and its surroundings? Booking a bicycle adventure tour might be the perfect activity for you. You even get to swim at a natural hot spring with beautiful views of both the Lake and the volcano.

Black Lava Cycling

The bike ride

After you get picked up from your location and travel to the area, you get to enjoy some breakfast at a restaurant. Once your bellies are properly filled and your energy levels are up, you will be brought to Lake Batur, the largest lake in Bali.

From there you will hop on your mountain bike and start your 11km ride along a track that is surrounded by stunning views of the ocean as well as mountains. You’ll get to explore a vast area of black cold lava with your own local guide and get to cycle around the sacred volcano’s rim.

This is considered one of the most challenging tracks that Mount Batur can offer as you will ride through rocky black lava from past eruptions – so get ready! Riding your bike through. UNESCO Global Geopark will leave you speechless.

To soothe your pain and aches after the bike ride, a stop at two different hot springs is included. And to top it all off, you even get to visit Toya Bungkah Village to enjoy the beauty of the mountain and the lake.

Black Lava Cycling Tour

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What to know beforehand and what to bring

Be sure to bring comfortable shoes, swimwear, a change of cloth, sunscreen, a sunhat as well as sunglasses. Bringing some cash for souvenirs and more drinks is also recommended.

Option 2: Jatiluwih (UNESCO Site) 2-Hour E-Bike Cycling Tour

For those of you who want to relax while riding your bike, we recommend booking the 2- hour E-bike tour through beautiful landscapes to Jatiluwih, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Get ready for breathing scenery as Jatiluwih comprises over 300 hectares of lush tropical vegetation and vividly green rice terraces.

Jatiluwih E-Bike Cycling Tour

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What to bring

Make sure to bring comfortable shoes and clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. And of course, bring your camera to take some nice pictures!

While we try our best to keep the information on our website up to date, it may be possible that prices have changed since the last time we checked. 

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