Sobek Adventure was the first professional Adventure Company in Bali, Indonesia. Established in 1989, in history of over 26 years of ZERO accident operation on the river, Sobek has set the highest international standards in the rafting industry with no company even petting close. While starting as a small company on the Ayung riverbanks without facilities, it quickly grew into the most popular “activity” for tourists in Bali. After a couple of years, it was added Cycling trips, jungle trekking, village visits and 4×4 trips to repertoire. SOBEK’s guides are trained to the highest international standards in safety, first aid, rescue, and customer service. They undertake foreign-language training courses in a number of major languages, to ensure guests from all corners of the world are not only comfortable whilst SOBEK guests, but also are given in-depth safety briefings before embarking on one of the tours.

Sobek has been home to over 300 employees for a long time; many of them have worked for over 20 years. Considering the fact that a river guide needs at least 10 years’ experience and continuous training on the river to become great in his field… Sobek is proud to have the oldest guides on the river, not the boldest ones… That’s why it doesn’t use untrained freelance river guides to reduce operational costs. Sobek takes care of staff, so they can take care of the guests! Last year Sobek continues their green efforts by replacing all their facilities with comfy Unique friendly bamboo architecture… it feels better, smells better and now the buildings use less electricity.


SOBEK Ubud Adventure Cycling, the best way to see some of the famous Ubud rice field and village life. Ubud cycling is the perfect way to enjoy the real Balinese villages with the family.

Trips takes from Kadewatan Rafting Base Camp to Jukut Paku Village.

A very safe ride with little traffic on the road, perfect with those without any cycling experience, is recommended as an addition to an afternoon tour.

All of SOBEK’s guides come from the surrounding regions and are trained to entertain and educate by sharing a broad depth of knowledge in Balinese culture and lifestyle. A day packed with interest, education, and fun!


Cycling conditions:

  • Length of cycling trip is approximately 15 kilometers
  • Mainly downhill with hard surface and one section with dirt road

Cycling attractions:

  • Attraction #01: Balinese Traditional house Compound
  • Attraction #02: Balinese Hindu’s Temple
  • Attraction #03: Refreshment (pocari, slices watermelon and Balinese cake)
  • Attraction #04: Balinese Irrigation System

Included on trip:

  • Drinking water in bottle and raincoat
  • Cold face towel at cycling finish point
  • A medical insurance for age 7- to 65-year-old

Meal highlight:

  • Lunch is Indonesian buffet including tea or coffee

What to wear/bring:

  • Sport shoes
  • Comfortable and changing clothes
  • Hat or Cap is recommended
  • Sunscreen is recommended