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Jatiluwih Rice Field Trekking Tour


Jatiluwih Rice Field Trekking Hiking To Jatiluwih Rice field and Relaxing at the Hot Spring – This  Trekking program is suitable for those who like to explore the most beautiful and widest rice field in Bali , You can see firsthand how local farmers maintaining and working in their respective fields. Jatiluwih is a favorite tourist destination in Bali famous with the beautiful rice fields stretching from the foothills to the coast. This is one place you must visit in Bali.

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In addition, Jatiluwih also famous with organic farming systems due to its location on a plateau Watukaru so it is suitable for agriculture. Here we have a trip to travel down the rice fields, forests, rivers and countryside with a travel time of three hours. Your trip will be accompanied by a tour guide from the local village which can certainly give you good information and actual. You will not find beautiful rice fields elsewhere.. Please visit the full itinerary here – Source: Jatiluwih Rice Field Trekking Tour

5 Comments on Jatiluwih Rice Field Trekking Tour

  1. I was here on a trip with my guide.
    The landscape has enchanted me. I was all by myself and it was just great to enjoy the tranquility and beauty.
    At any time.

    Visited January 2017

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  2. Wolfgang W // March 12, 2017 at 3:07 pm // Reply

    The rice terraces are simply uniquely beautiful. A nice walk through the terraces you should do, so that better understanding of the various growth phases and the mood. Very nice.

    Visited January 2017

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  3. The rice terraces are really huge. Looking around is just the Green Sea of rice looks far and wide. We went through the fields and have to look at the rice even up close.

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  4. mariecarothiel // March 12, 2017 at 3:11 pm // Reply

    Absolutely recommended! We have wandered for several hours through the rice fields and just get enough saw us on the green countryside! It was really great to explore the nature.

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  5. The largest rice terraces in Bali, very beautiful to look at and you can take great pictures. We were in the early afternoon here and it was relatively very quite.

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