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Half-Day Electric Bike Tour of Ubud

Highlights
  • Bike tour that affords magnificent views of the Tegalalang Rice Terraces
  • Local guide helps you escape the tourist trail and see rural Bali
  • Easy-level tour: zip uphill on an electric-powered bike
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Half-Day Electric Bike Tour of Ubud
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Overview
The rice paddies, historic temples, and rural villages around Ubud make an idyllic backdrop for a cycling adventure. On this tour, make easy work of Bali’s steep hills with an electric bike, stopping along the way to admire the Tegalalang Rice Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Plus, explore local villages and enjoy a delicious Balinese lunch at a local restaurant.
What to Expect
Your morning begins with pickup from your Ubud hotel and a short transfer to the starting point by air-conditioned minivan. After a quick demonstration on how to use your electric bike, hop on and set off to explore the beautiful Bali countryside.
Helped by your electric-powered bike, climb effortlessly uphill to enjoy a stunning view over the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. As you admire the verdant landscapes, listen to your guide explain Bali’s unique irrigation system and learn more about local farming practices and traditions.
During the bike ride, make plenty of stops to take photos, visit temples, and explore rural villages. Tuck into a delicious Balinese-style lunch at a local restaurant, before returning to your hotel.
Reviews (288)
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Reviewed yesterday
Loved it!

Did the ebike tour this morning and it really was a spectacular way to see Ubud. Would recommend the tour for adults and older teenagers. It was a bit challenging through the rice paddies but our guides recommended we simply walk the bikes through as...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Elana S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Amazing way to experience the rice fields!

We went on a halfday tour to Tegallalang rice fields. It was an amazing trip and an easy and soundless way to get around. On the way we stopped different places to learn more about the balenese life and tradition. Very informative guide with good...More

Thank louisefh86
Reviewed 5 days ago
Fantastic

I chose this tour because it took a different route to previous tours I had done. Sometimes you are on roads with traffic and then on narrow paths running alongside canals. There are some steep hills. You need to be fairly confident on a bike...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Vicki H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour and company!

Fantastic tour! Highly recomend. Our tour tourguides putu and anju were incredible guys, informative and funny about their home as well as their culture, which really made us understand more aspects of the Balinese way of life. It rained on the day however it didnt...More

Thank jevenac
Reviewed 1 week ago
Thank you for E-Bikes modern science

As far as exercise goes, I am a bare minimum kind of cat. I love the idea of being whimsical and riding my bike, but really in my heart I hate it. Spending a morning riding through Ubud’s rice terraces sounded very whimsical. What sounded...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Not sure guys about child seat and have concerns that unless skilled with accelerator on bike it can kick up and do a mono type actions and rear up on you They have an open air support car on the ride where one parent maybe... More
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