- Trek through stunning scenery of vibrant green rice terraces.
- Learn about the traditional centuries-old Subak irrigation system.
- Enjoy lunch in a Balinese pavilion in a tranquil rice field.
Hidden Bali Trekking
Today you are picked up by your driver and tour guide for the drive to a small village near Mengwi for the start of your 3 hour trekking.
On this easy trekking you will walk over small hidden paths through rice paddies, past rivers and coconut plantations. The guide will explain to you everything about the ancient Balinese Subak system that is used to distribute water evenly for all farmers to water their sawahs (rice fields). This area in Tabanan is also called the granary of Bali because of its outstretched paddy fields that provide a lot of the rice consumed on the island. There will be plenty of opportunities to take great pictures of the stunning scenery. The guide will arrange a pause where you will be served a refreshing coconut to drink.
The trekking ends in Mengwi where we have built a bale in a rice field next to a small stream and where a simple local lunch is served.
Return to your hotel.
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