Welcome to Kerobokan
Continuing seamlessly north from Seminyak, Kerobokan combines some of Bali's best restaurants and shopping, lavish lifestyles and still more beach. Glossy new resorts mix with villa developments. One notable landmark is the notorious Kerobokan jail
Top experiences in Kerobokan
Morning Bike Tour in Bali Village
Don't worry about missing out on your weekend ride while on holidays in Bali , if you bring your shoes and helmets, that would be great! If not, we can provide flat pedals and a helmet for you. Pretty easy flat ride and we cater for your speed , that is we ride at your pace. We provide support either by bike or scooter, Widid, who is our English-speaking guide is an ex Balinese champion rider and partner in Bali Bike Hire. Widid and Wayan provide you with a well maintained road bike , we have up to size 56 frame. The ride is really enjoyable: getting out early in the morning and back in time for a late breakfast. Along the route we can see many activities of the citizen in the villages of Kerobokan, Tanah Lot, Pejaten, Kerambitan. You can see the view that people starting from going to rice field, farming, working their home business and much more. This ride will start and finish at our shop and you will ride a road bike, make sure to have the experience on it, if your are not confident with riding a road bike, we have an alternative using mountain bike sunrise tour which may be more suitable.
Watersports Activities in Tanjung Benoa
After hotel pickup at accommodations in Nusa Dua, Kuta, Jimbaran, Sanur, Seminyak, Kerobokan, Legian, or Uluwatu, you'll be driven to Tanjung Benoa, located near the high-end hotel area of Nusa Dua. Your first water adventure is parasailing. Enjoy one 2- to 3-minute round of parasailing, soaring through the air and taking in the aerial views of the sea and coastline. (If the weather is not great, then parasailing is replaced with one round of 'flying fish' instead, where two people sit on either side of the 'fish' and hold on tight as the boat gathers speed and you 'fly.') Next up is a 15-minute banana-boat ride, great for most ages. Enjoy the wind in your face as you zoom across the water on a long 'banana' raft, pulled behind a boat. Then hop on a Jet Ski for a 15-minute ride with a guide/instructor. With power up to 700cc, the Jet Ski offers the biggest adrenaline rush of the day. All equipment meets international standards and life jackets are provided for both activities. and when it's over, you have about 15 minutes to take a shower and change clothes before return to hotels.
Bali Small-Group Hiking Tour: Hidden Rice Terraces
Visitors to Bali have long been drawn to the stunning emerald terraces that were first planted by Hindu priests when they arrived on the island in the 9th century. Locals and visitors alike appreciate the beauty of these fields as they change seasons, from planting to harvest offering up a serene, peaceful sight far removed from the bustling beaches of Bali’s tourist zones. This 3-hour small group Bali tour will whisk you away from the tourist track and introduce you to the local life on the rice terraces of Kerobokan that defines the country’s agricultural industry. Before you do, kick off your adventure with a visit to a large bric-a-brac antiques warehouse, followed by a walk through the local market where your guide will explain how local businesses operate. Then, it’s to the fields! Here your guide will explain how the subak irrigation system works — it’s an ancient irrigation system, having first been introduced by Hindu priests when they arrived on Bali over 1,200 years ago, but is still very much in use today. The subak system is about so much more than just watering plants, though. It creates ecosystems for new life, and is bound by the community’s temples, where water priests honour the relationship between humans, the Earth, and the gods. You’ll learn more about this relationship with a visit to a local subak temple, a gathering place for farmers. You’ll walk from here in to the expansive rice fields of Kerobokan, where you will begin your trek of about two to three kilometres (wear comfy shoes that you don’t mind getting wet!). Make your way through the terraces, using the tops of walls as a pathway. Cross over rivers, carefully treading over the farmers’ bamboo bridges from one rice field to the next. The local farmers here don’t just grow rice, but also tomatoes, beans, bananas, eggplant, chilies, corn, sugar cane and water snails. The rice fields themselves are home to a number of aquatic species, including frogs, fish, crabs, and snails — it’s the perfect little ecosystem and you’ll have a better understanding of how it all works together. After your trek, you will be met by your driver, who will take you back to the starting point. From there, you’re free to explore more of the area on your own, or your local guide can give you some tips on where to go for lunch in the area before heading back to your hotel.
Rural Bali Mountain Bike Tour
We will provide a well maintained bike, helmet and an English speaking ride leader, mixed route (ON road, OFF road, single track between rice fields). Come and join with our MTB Cruising Ride Semer Loop route a perfect way to start your day. No need to be advanced cyclist do this trip, as long as you are experienced in riding a bicycle you will have no problem. So what are you waiting for? Keep Fit and have fun just with your two feet and a heartbeat!Advanced booking online, as we don’t provide transport for this tour you will need to make your way to our shop Bali Bike Hire in Kerobokan. Don’t forget your camera, sunscreen and a hat.