THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Experience Bali with an extra dose of adrenaline on this quad bike all-terrain vehicle tour. Go off-roading on the track in the jungles, past rice fields, and through muddy water holes and waterfalls, perfect for thrill-seekers.
Paddle down the Ayung river in an inflatable raft as you and your guide maneuver the rapids and float past the jungle forests. Expect the perfect blend of exhilaration and relaxation. Suitable for most ages.
Journey near Bali’s Mount Batur volcano in Kintamani back to Ubud by bicycle. Ride past rice fields, flower farms, temples, jungles, and experience rural Balinese life up close and personal. Start this ride with a Mount Batur sunrise hike for an adventure to remember.
Perhaps Bali’s most famous adventure, Mount Batur, is both challenging and rewarding. Begin the ascent in the dark of night with only one meter ahead lit from your headlamp. As you reach the summit, the sky will grow lighter and the scenery more beautiful, until you arrive at the peak to enjoy the golden sunset. Experience Batur lake, and say hello to the resident monkeys. Enjoy our exclusive path up and down the mountain led by our expert guides.
Experience Bali’s best waterfalls by rappelling down rock faces. Trek from one waterfall to another in the jungle and through streams. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned canyoner, canyoning Bali’s waterfalls will be a fun adventure for all experience levels.
See the blue flames and half mile turquoise acid lake of Mount Ijen, the largest in the world. Located in East Java, Mount Ijen is an active volcano and houses an active sulfur mine since 1968. Begin your hike in the night to view the iconic blue fire and descend into the volcano's crater through the billowing smoke of sulfur to the shores of the lake which is more acidic than battery acid. A trip not for the faint of heart, brave your way up Mount Ijen for views and vistas only seen from its heights.
For those who love sports in the ocean, experience stand up paddle boarding or surfing. Enjoy paddling the coastlines, a meditative experience in the calm waters where sea life can be seen beneath you or ride the waves on your paddleboard. From beginners to experts, there is a level of challenge and intensity for all.
Climb to Bali's highest point, Mount Agung, an active volcano. Begin your ascent at 2:30am at the peak of darkness. As you summit the volcano to its crater's rim, you will rise in time to see the spectacular sunrise and impressive views from the top of the world. Enjoy a well-deserved rest at the top of this mystical mountain before you enjoy the views on your way back to the starting point. More challenging than Mount Batur, fewer people attempt this hike, but with noteworthy sights to see, those who can make the trek will not regret it.
Explore Ubud's jungles and rice fields on foot and on wheels. Begin by trekking the rice fields, enjoying the fresh air, sunshine, and green scenery. Learn from your guide the local customs and farming techniques. Afterwards, hop on a bike for the second half of your adventure as you bicycle past temples, jungle, and other landmarks. Appropriate for most levels, the biathlon is the perfect choice for those up for the challenge.