6. Kehen Temple
Cycling on from this village paradise, you pass by quieter countryside lanes, a wedding hall (and Balinese locals in their wedding finery if you’re lucky), the typical makeshift gas stations which are essentially just free-standing pumps, and a breathtaking patch of paddy fields at their immaculate best. This trail leads you to Bali’s second largest temple- the Kehen Temple. Ancient and well preserved, the rock cut temple is a peaceful spot to rest your feet and learn about the Balinese religion and festivals.
The cycling tour ends at a gorgeous shack overlooking endless rice paddies, where lunch is a local Balinese meal served hot and fresh. A fitting end to a long day riding through the countryside and getting acquainted to the Balinese way of life.
Approx. INR 3,500, all inclusive.
Here’s a link to their website for more details.
Best time to go to Bali
The good thing about Bali is its all-year tropical climate which pretty much makes it accessible any time you go. Read more about what to do with the rest of your time in Bali here.
For the cycling tour, try and avoid the hot summer months and do it in the cooler months of Nov-March, or go all-out and make it a mad adventure in the monsoons! Trust us, the neon green paddies wet with rain are a sight to behold!