The visit to the coffee farm for breakfast on the way was very interesting, we tasted all the coffees/teas they make, saw gardens, civet cats and coffee being roasted. Our guide kept us interested the entire time, he really made our day! It was fantastic to find out about the Balinese way of life and Hindu religion.
We stopped to see the rice paddy terraces, Mt Batur and the lake beside for photo opportunities and the history of the volcano. We got on the bikes riding down through villages stopping to see the rice growing in various stages, harvesting and drying. We saw walls of spider webs, ducks in the paddy fields and a Hindu religious procession.
The absolute best part of the day was lunch in the guide’s home compound, cooked and served by his family. The food was so fresh and tasted fantastic it was impossible not to have seconds!
I went for a ride and sight seeing and ended up finding out about Bali and its people, their religion and had a feast!
Highly recommended. – Palmbeachgal from Southport, Australia