Ubud ATV Ride, Monkey Forest, Rice Terrace and Lunch, Coffee Plantation All Inclusive

10 Hours


Spot 1. ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) tours are a popular activity in Ubud, Bali, offering adventure enthusiasts the opportunity to explore the island's rugged terrain in an exciting and unique way. During an ATV tour, participants ride quad bikes through jungle trails, rice paddies, and remote villages, immersing themselves in Bali's natural beauty while experiencing an adrenaline-pumping adventure. These tours typically cater to both beginners and experienced riders, with professional guides providing safety instructions and leading the group through scenic routes. Along the way, participants may encounter stunning landscapes, traditional Balinese villages, and local wildlife, providing a memorable and immersive experience of Bali's countryside.

Spot 2. The Monkey Forest is a popular tourist destination located in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It's a lush nature reserve and temple complex that's home to over 700 long-tailed macaque monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). Visitors can observe these playful creatures in their natural habitat, swinging from trees, grooming each other, and interacting with visitors. The forest itself is also a beautiful and serene place, with ancient temples, stone carvings, and winding pathways. It's a unique and enchanting experience, but visitors are often advised to be cautious as the monkeys can be mischievous and may attempt to snatch food or belongings.

Spot 3. The Tegalalang Rice Terrace is another iconic destination in Ubud, Bali. It's famous for its stunning terraced landscapes of rice paddies cascading down the hillsides, creating a picturesque scene that's become synonymous with Bali's natural beauty. These intricate rice terraces are not only visually stunning but also serve as a vital part of Bali's agricultural heritage, as they've been cultivated for centuries using traditional Balinese irrigation methods.

Visitors to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace can stroll along pathways that wind through the terraces, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the lush greenery and surrounding countryside. Many also choose to enjoy a meal or a drink at one of the cafes or restaurants perched on the hillside, providing an ideal vantage point to admire the scenery. ( Lunch Included )

Spot 4. Bali is renowned for its coffee, and visiting a coffee plantation is a delightful experience for coffee enthusiasts and travelers alike. These plantations offer insights into the traditional methods of coffee cultivation and production, as well as opportunities to taste various locally grown coffees. One of the most famous types of coffee produced in Bali is Kopi Luwak, often referred to as "civet coffee." This unique coffee is made from coffee beans that have been eaten, digested, and excreted by civet cats. The fermentation process supposedly adds unique flavors to the beans, resulting in a smoother and richer coffee taste. Visitors to Bali coffee plantations can often sample Kopi Luwak along with other coffee varieties grown on the plantation.

In addition to coffee, many Bali coffee plantations also cultivate other crops such as cocoa, spices, and tropical fruits. Visitors can learn about these crops and their cultivation processes while enjoying guided tours of the plantations.

Moreover, these plantations often provide picturesque settings with stunning views of Bali's lush landscapes, making them ideal spots for relaxing and enjoying a cup of freshly brewed coffee. Overall, a visit to a Bali coffee plantation offers a delightful blend of cultural, culinary, and natural experiences.


  • Ubud, a cultural gem nestled in the heart of Bali, offers not just serene rice terraces and vibrant arts scene but also thrilling adventures like ATV rides.
  • Exploring the Monkey Forest isn't just a wildlife encounter; it's a cultural immersion into Bali's spiritual heritage.
  • Ubud's rice terraces are a breathtaking testament to Bali's rich agricultural heritage and stunning natural beauty.
  • Ubud's coffee plantations offer a delightful journey through the world of Balinese coffee, renowned globally for its unique flavors and rich aromas.


Pick up from your Hotel
Ubud ATV Ride
Monkey Forest Ubud
Tegalalang Rice Terrace ( Main Lunch )
Coffee Plantation
Drop off to Your Hotel



  • Private Car with AC
  • English Speaking Driver
  • Lunch at Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  • ATV Ride Tickets
  • Monkey Forest Entrance Fees
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace Entrance Fees
  • Coffee Plantation Entrance Fees
  • Parking Fees
  • Toll Fees


  • Personal Expenses
  • Drink and Meals exclude the program
  • Activity Tickets Fee exclude the program
  • Extra Hours Charge IDR 50K/ Hour ( If More than 10 Hours Tour )
  • Tips

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Ubud ATV Ride, Monkey Forest, Rice Terrace and Lunch, Coffee Plantation All Inclusive
From Rp1.000.000
/ Adult