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Bali Mountain Biking Adventure
If you’re a rider who loves mountain biking and are up for a new challenge, then this tour will more than exceed your expectations. Starting from the beach resort of Sanur you'll explore the famous Batur Crater, visit the island's two highest volcanoes and various canyons. Take in breath-taking coastal views along the way as you ride on a variety of surfaces – dirt, volcanic lava, gravel, sand and tarmac – and witness a huge diversity of environments, from volcanic craters to beautifully crafted rice paddies, finally ending at gorgeous beaches.
- CategoryMountain Biking
- TypeFully Guided
- Duration7 days
- Culture LevelAdventurous
- Skill Level3 - Intermediate
- Activity Level4 - Challenging
- Elevation3 - Intermediate
- Distance105.6 miles
- Avg. Daily Distance21.1 miles
Bali has a reputation as one of the most spectacular island paradises in the world. But there’s more to Bali than water sports and fun-in-the-sun, and people are quickly discovering that this wonderful destination has a little something for everyone, including mountain biking enthusiasts!
With fast flowing rivers, deep canyons, crater lakes, and volcanoes dominating its interior landscape, Bali is an outdoor lover’s dream come true. The island’s multitude of tracks and trails link different villages to each other and provide endless opportunities for mountain bikers in search of a unique adventure to find one, with every ride featuring breath-taking scenery and fascinating glimpses of local culture.
Once your wheel hits the ground prepare to be confronted with a variety of riding conditions, including dirt tracks, forest trails, volcanic lava and sand, as you trek the hidden trails that connect the remote parts of the island. While riding, witness a huge diversity of different environments from volcanic craters to beautifully crafted rice paddies and coconut groves.
Along the way you’ll have time to appreciate Balinese culture, which can be traced back to around the 1st Century AD, and the strong influence on Hinduism on the island’s art, music, dance, sculpture, painting, leather, and metalworking. You won’t have to go far to see locals making offerings of a basket filled with rice and flowers to various deities, including some to placate the volcano spirits, which is lucky indeed, considering that this tour takes you along the edges of the craters of Batur volcano.