White Water Rafting, Bali Swing And Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Holiday and adventure are fun thing to do. But if your holiday is not so long, here we can offer you some activity that you can do in one day during your valuable holiday time in Bali. Enjoying the adventure White Water Rafting at Ayung river in Ubud, flying at the highest Bali Jungle Swing and sight seeing in the most beautiful Tegalalang Rice Terrace north of Ubud.
Don’t miss so much fun thing in Bali before your holiday is over, Please select some activity option below, and enjoy your adventure.
- All Fees and Taxes
- Private Car and English speaking driver
- Bottled water
- Entry/Admission – White water rafting
- Buffet lunch at the rafting place
- Entry/Admission – Bali jungle swing
- Insurance During your activity at white water rafting
- Insurance at Bali jungle swing
- Entry/Admission – Tegalalang Rice Terrace
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- WiFi on board
- All Fees and Taxes.
- Private Car and English speaking driver.
- Bottled water.
- Air-conditioned vehicle.
- WiFi on board.
- All entrance ticket
- Donation and expense
This is a typical itinerary for this:
- Ayung river white water rafting.
Ayung river rafting. Experience paddling around 2 hours on ayung river and green scenery around the river. Have your lunch after rafting with Indonesian cuisine.
- Bali jungle swing.
Experience soar high above jungle and rice terrace, and take your best pictures.
- Tegalalang Rice Terrace.
Bali’s natural beauty comes in countless forms but the rice terrace create some of the island’s most awe-inspiring backdrops. The Tegalalang rice terrace in Ubud are famous place for snapping photos. One of the most beautiful green you’ll ever see, an interesting path to hike and small villages to explore.
The rice terrace look like a work of art. The fields are various shades of green and are extremely well maintained. The coconut trees still give an extra charm. Be sure to walk through the rice fields to explore close its distinctive architecture. The dramatic landscape makes it a popular stop for traveler therefore it is indeed like walking into a postcard.