Day 2- I took a group package from Klook which costed me around INR 1900/- for another 10- hour trip including Tanah Lot Temple, Ulundanu Beratan and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. This package was all inclusive, so I did not have to take the pains of paying entry fee each time I visit a new destination.Klook driver picked me up at around 9 am and I got lucky to be the only person in that tour, which gave me a flexibility to spend time at each location as per my own convenience. I driver was nice enough to stop at a chocolate factory for some time and I tried Bali Swing as well on the way. Additional benefit is that I got a free coffee tasting session here. The swing costed me around INR 750 /- but it was a good substitute to crowded and expensive original Bali Swing.
If you're a first timer on a dirt bike just like I was you will be amazed by how sturdy and powerful it can be and because Bali has such great scope for all kinds of terrain, you can choose your bike based on your experience. Although, I have done a fair share of offroading here in India, nothing could quite prepare me for this terrain and I decided to go with a KLX 150 and she did not disappoint!
When people think of Bali they instantly think of its balmy beaches, the surfer scene, the crazy nightlife and, of course, the Rice fields. But, I have never been a tourist and having spent a major part of my former life climbing hills in Meghalaya and running through the paddy fields in Assam, I knew the buzz of a 'Quintessential Bali' will never appeal to me. I wanted to explore and see Bali in a way that most people never get to see and thus began my love affair with Bali and a 2 stroke Kawasaki!!