After breakfast at your hotel, enjoy today at leisure with choice of optional activities as follow:
OPTION 01: Ayung River Rafting
Depart on a join-in transfer for today’s river rafting activity at Ayung River
Upon arrival at the starting point, the rafting guides provide a helmet, life jacket, and paddle; and then provide a safety briefing and also explain and demonstrate paddling techniques. A ‘dry bag’ will be provided to protect valuables and keep clothes dry.
Cover 10 kilometers on the Ayung River over approximately 90 minutes, the trip is divided into two parts, with a rest stop on the riverbanks at the halfway point.
After reaching the ending point of the rafting journey, receive a cup of tea. There are showers, towels and toilet facilities available. Then, be treated to a late buffet of Indonesian food for lunch before being transported back to your hotel.
Maximum 4 passengers + 1 guide per raft. This rafting is a soft-rafting (level 2-3) and is possible for children from 7 years and older. We recommend wearing shorts and swimming gear, hats and sunscreen. Bring a change of clothes for after the rafting journey.
OPTION 02: Village Cycling
In the morning, you will be picked up then transferred to Carang Sari
. This traditional Balinese village is located in the Badung regency, in the island’s interior. Upon arrival, relax with morning tea in the tranquil local surroundings. The cycling guides will provide a safety briefing, describe the route and demonstrate how to use the bike’s gears and brakes.
Set off on 2-hour cycling adventure covering approximately 17 kilometres, with several stops along the way. Cruise through untouched rice terraces and villages dotted with traditional houses and temples. Stop to meet friendly locals, take photos of scenic spots and learn about the local culture. Pass through Sangeh
, a monkey forest, and meet its cheeky inhabitants.
Reaching the finish point, vehicles will be waiting to provide transport to a local restaurant for an Indonesian buffet lunch. Afterwards, transfer back to the hotel.
OPTION 03: Pondok Pekak Library & Learning Centre
is a small local library and community centre offering lessons and classes, which was founded by an expat American lady Laurie Billington, who loved to read and believed every town should have a library. Along with her Balinese husband Made, they built Pondok Pekak in 1995 and named it after Made’s grandfather who also had a great passion for reading, learning and helping others. “Pondok Pekak” means “Grandfathers little resting house in the rice fields”.
The lessons on offer are for both adults and children, there are some lessons can be chosen such as Balinese offering making and gamelan lesson
which lasts around 1,5 hours until 3 hours for each classes.
Minimum age for optional tours is 7 year old.
Overnight in Ubud.