Ubud Bali Tours

Full day Bali tour which is designed for travelers who seek to go deep into Ubud’s countryside and witness firsthand the daily live of rural rice farmers, Bali life and tradition

Ubud Bali Tours Rate

60 US$ / 2 Persons

70 US$ / 3 to 6 Persons


No Cancelation Fees

No deposit required. You can cancel the tour anytime you want with no cancelation fees

Ubud Bali Tours Itinerary

Ubud Bali Tours Inclusion

  • 09.00 Pick up time at Kuta, Nusa Dua.
  • 10.00 Pick up time at Sanur Area.
  • 11.00 Ubud Monkey Forest.
  • 12.00 Explore countryside of Ubud (Kutuh Village).
  • 13.00 Having lunch at Tegalalang Rice Field (Lunch is not included)
  • 14.15 Bali Pulina Agro-Tourism (Lemon tea, Luwak Coffee, Organic Spices Plantation).
  • 15.30 Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave Temple).
  • 16.30 Mas Village for wood carving Village.
  • 19.00 Arrive back at your hotel.

  • Reliable tour guide and driver
  • double blower air conditioned vehicle with petrol
  • mineral water
  • parking fee

Entrance fees is excluded

"Ubud Bali Tours"

Ubud Bali Tours started the trip by exploring Ubud Monkey Forest which is a nature reserved (Beautiful Banyan Tree, river, Komodo Dragon Statues, Dragon Bridge) and temple complex in Ubud. It houses approximately 400 monkeys (Long tail monkey) play around the area.

Continued the trip by visit the Tegalalang Rice Field. The drive will be passing the countryside of Ubud called Kutuh Village to see the real beauty of Ubud where you can see the local rice farmer work together in their rice field vi. After as short drive with some stops we will arrive at Tegalalang Rice field.

Tegalalang Rice Field is the most scenic and the most visited rice field in Bali. It is also very recommended place of interest in Bali. A must see tourist attraction in Bali recommended highly on Tripadvisor and Lonely Planet.

Just 5 minutes drive from Tegalalang Rice Field we will visit Bali Pulina Agro-tourism for exploring organic spices plantations and the most famous coffee worldwide called Luwak Coffee. Here you can sample some organic and healthy lemon tea, ginger tea, lemon grass, Bali Coffee, Luwak Coffee and etc overlooking stunning valley and rice field.

Gunung Kawi will be the next stop of the trip. It consists of 10 rocks cut candi, cut into the rock face. Each candi is believed to be a memorial to a member of the 11 century Balinese royalty (King Udayana). There are four on the west side of the river and five on the east side. Each of the sets of memorials has a group of monk´s cells associated with it. It is also recognized as a world heritage located along Pekerisan River Bali.

Goa Gajah also called Elephant Cave Temple believed to be built in late of 11th century by King Udayana.