Bali Village Trekking Tour

A vibrant and detailed view of the Jatiluwih rice terraces in Bali, showcasing the lush greenery of the staggered fields with a backdrop of rural village houses and tropical vegetation under a cloudy sky.

Village Trekking and Authentic Balinese Cuisine – Don’t ever step your leg again in Bali. I do understand Bali has famous night clubs and beautiful environments, but please… touch some grass.

Talk about “touching some grass,” i have experience in Bali Paddies Trekking Tour which will take you off the beaten path and into the heart of Bali’s lush rice paddies and tranquil villages. Imagine the serenity of walking through vibrant green fields, hearing nothing but the gentle rustle of the wind and the distant sounds of local wildlife.

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Better Than Your Beach Club!

It’s not a small room full of foreign. In this Village Paddies Walking Tour in Bali, where you’ll traverse through lush rice paddies and charming villages. This guided tour offers a unique glimpse into traditional Balinese life, complete with stories and insights from local guides. Highlights include a refreshing visit to a serene waterfall and a delectable traditional Balinese lunch made from fresh, local ingredients. Perfect for those looking to explore beyond the usual tourist spots and connect with Bali’s natural and cultural heritage.

Worth Of Full Day Tour!

My dopamine feels refreshed because of this tour already include everything! The Village Paddies Walking Tour includes round-trip transportation from your hotel, an experienced English-speaking guide, a traditional Balinese lunch, entrance fees to the waterfall, and bottled water throughout the tour.

  • 8:00 AM: Pickup from your hotel
  • 9:00 AM: Arrive at the village and start the walking tour
  • 9:30 AM: Explore the lush rice paddies and learn about local farming techniques
  • 11:00 AM: Visit a serene waterfall
  • 12:00 PM: Enjoy a traditional Balinese lunch in the village
  • 1:30 PM: Continue exploring the village and interacting with locals
  • 2:30 PM: Return to your hotel


  • Hotel pickup from central locations.
  • Start at Ubud with a briefing.
  • Walk through rice paddies.
  • Visit a stunning waterfall.
  • Enjoy a traditional Balinese lunch.
  • Return to the hotel.


  • Air-conditioned transport
  • English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Taxes


  • Approximately 6 hours

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Bali’s Hidden Gem.

Our trek led us to one of Bali’s hidden gems—a secluded waterfall nestled deep within the lush greenery. The path to the waterfall wound through dense tropical foliage, with the air growing cooler and the sound of rushing water gradually intensifying. As we approached, the waterfall revealed itself, cascading down a rugged cliff into a crystal-clear pool below. The sheer beauty and the serene environment provided a perfect spot for reflection and relaxation after the morning’s walk.

Surrounded by towering trees and vibrant wildflowers, we took the opportunity to cool off in the refreshing waters. The waterfall, largely untouched by the commercial footprint seen in more accessible tourist spots, felt like our own private sanctuary. Here, our guide shared stories of local legends and the spiritual significance of water in Balinese culture, enhancing our connection to the place. This part of the journey was not just a physical refreshment but also a soulful recharging, a reminder of nature’s power to both awe and heal.

Authentic Balinese Lunch Experience.

After the refreshing dip in the waterfall, our journey culminated in a traditional Balinese lunch hosted in a rustic pavilion overlooking the rice fields. The meal was a delightful array of local dishes, each bursting with flavors that are a testament to the island’s rich culinary heritage. Dishes such as Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Sate Lilit (minced seafood satay), and a variety of spicy sambals, were served alongside fresh tropical fruits, offering a taste of the real Bali far removed from the tourist-centric eateries.

At Least Once in A Life Time!

I do have some problem as you, want to escape from a crowded room and start new journey in Bali’s Nature. Because at first Bali is famous because it’s Nature, not a Beach Club! You dont have to be worry, this tour blending breathtaking landscapes with authentic local interactions. Whether you’re a nature lover, a cultural enthusiast, or simply seeking a unique adventure, this tour has something special for everyone. 

  • Best Time to Visit: April to September (dry season)
    • Paths are less slippery
    • Views are clear and unobscured by rain.


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