We did Bali on Bike with Bob in a group of 5, starting at the luwak coffee plantation learning about the coffee and different herbs and spices used in Bali. After eating breakfast here you are able to purchase all sorts of herbs, spices, nuts, chocolate and much more. We then went to see the volcano and started our bike ride. We rode through villages while stopping to visit rice fields and mandarine farms. Most of the bike ride is downhill with occasional uphill areas. At the end of the ride you are taken to a traditional balinese house to have lunch, this is amazing to see as it is so different to our lifestyles. A truly amazing experience, must do!
Visited July 2015

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Naomi K
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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