Ubud is not only about peacefulness and rejuvenation. Among the lush nature, cool breeze, and luxury jungle resorts, there are a lot of thrilling excitements you must try at least once in a lifetime. Don’t worry about running out of ideas because there are a wide range of outdoor adventures you can do in Ubud - Bali, and here are our recommendations.
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Fancy a light bicycle ride with a lot more fun? Then you have to try the Electric Bicycle experience from eBikes Bali. Being a hybrid model of riding a motorcycle and bicycle, this one truly accommodates your adventurous desire without having to sacrifice leisure. Ride along the areas in and around Ubud and feel the windy atmosphere touching your skin while the surrounding scenery flirts with your eyes. Furthermore, you will be accompanied by some local guides who will provide insights about what you are seeing.
Another effortlessly adventurous way to enjoy Bali is through electric scooter ride. Yes, it is possible to roam around Bali with an electric scooter, and we suggest you contact Bali Skutis Adventure. They will not only provide you with a ride and a set of equipment but will also arrange you a tour around the Silakarang, a village of stone masonry in Bali.
Before the tour begins, you will be treated with a welcome drink. You will also be given clear instructions on wearing safety equipment by the guide. During the one and a half hour electric scooter tour, you will be invited to witness the beauty of the rice fields, traditional villages, and stone masonries. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it?
Now let’s get to a more challenging kind of adventure! Satisfy your adrenaline rush with ATV Rides across the jungle of Ubud with abiansilA Adventures. Managed by abiansilA Group, it’s a one-stop solution for adventure in Ubud as they provide a wide range of outdoor activities from cycling, paintball, trekking, to ATV rides.
Prepare yourself for a thrilling off-road journey as you will be brought to Keliki-Bresela Village in North Ubud. This spot offers an exhilarating course through the rice fields, countryside, rivers, waterfalls, and many more. Furthermore, you will also get to go through Gorilla Face Cave: a popular attraction among ATV ride enthusiasts in Bali.
In case you haven’t been familiar with this term, river tubing is an outdoor activity which relies on rubber tube and river stream. It differs from rafting in a way that river tubing doesn’t need paddles and oars to drive the rubber tube. Curious about this one? Then we suggest you to try the service provided by Gekko Tubing Bali.
Cooperating with the Tourism Village of Tampaksiring, Gekko Tubing Bali will bring you to the 1,5 hour river tubing journey along the magnificent river of Pakerisan. Enjoy the view while the stream takes you down in an exhilaratingly unforgettable ride.
Looking for an extraordinary experience of rafting in Bali? We strongly recommend the White Water Rafting service provided by Bali SOBEK. Established in 1989, Bali SOBEK was considered as the first adventure-related service provider company in Bali. They also pioneered White Water Rafting: an extremely challenging rafting experience along the heavy river stream.
You can choose between two rivers here: Ayung River; the longest river in the island of Bali, or Telaga Waja; the second longest river that is no less challenging than Ayung. Whichever one you choose, you will be guaranteed a memorable experience that is worth telling from time to time.
Ubud always has many splendorous things to challenge and thrill you in many ways. As always, if you’re planning to visit Bali, we kindly urge you to comply with the regulations and health protocols implemented along your journey. Don’t forget to always practice healthy habits such as washing hands frequently, wearing a face mask in public places, and implementing social distancing. Stay safe and we will be waiting for you.
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