Biking trough the back roads of Lombok’s most fertile area, you will pass traditional farming irrigation systems dating back to the times of the Balinese colonization of Lombok. Endless views of terraced rice fields.
The cycling tour takes 4 hours paddling using mountain bike. The cycling will start at Golong village passed through the Golf course, Suranadi the old temple located in preserved rain forest then visiting the cow bell maker in dart road onto Nyiur Baye village where you can see the local making crafts from mountain weed then crossing the Rice Paddy field onto Lingsar temple, the oldest and the holiest temple own by both muslim and Hindus. After enjoy the Temple we continues our biking through north direction of the temple to Gunung Sari village passing few villages such Duman, Kekeri, stop by at Gunung Sari the Bamboos furniture maker then onto Batu Bolong Temple, your trip end up at Adventure Lombok Office. This biking tour recommended for travelers who has several experienced on long riding bike, your cycle distance approximately 40 Kilo meters.
The cycling tour guaranteed on fun and Easy going tour at flexiblities of time, you can do a thousand stop during the tour. Your tour highlights: Suranadi, Nyiur Baya village, Lingsar Temple, Endut rice Field, Batu Bolong Temple. Do not missed Lombok traditional cake and crackers snack at Suranadi.
The tour available to book at US 55/person at minimum two participants to run the cyling tour. The price inclusive: mountain bike, helmet, Drinking water, Round trip transport, English speaking guide, Entrance fee, donation, and sight seeing as listed on the itinerary above.
How to book: simply just email or call us if you are on Lombok (see our details on above right), we will respond your inquiry as soon as possible and arrange the meeting service at your hotel or at the place you are required.
What to Carry During the Trip: Small day pack, camera, sun cream to protect your skin from the heat, some cash for personal need or tips, candy (sweets), pen, book, or others for present to the Kids or villagers along the route.