Before the onset of tourism, Bali was once an agrarian island with the majority of its people working as farmers. Nowadays, the current generation is made up of hospitality employees and farming is not considered such a lucrative profession. Nevertheless, cultivating the land is still an important part of keeping everyone fed and Kayumanis has created a special tour that honours the backbreaking work of Bali’s farming community.
This interactive excursion takes a look at a typical Balinese rice field. Guests learn about the fascinating cultivation process of rice, which is the staple diet for most Indonesians. Then it is time to visit neighbouring farm land where chocolate, coffee, pepper, bananas, papayas, coconut, lemongrass and galangal are all grown within the tropical landscape. This unique half day tour provides an insight into the rural side of Bali that many visitors rarely get to witness. It is priced at just US$ 80 ++ per person. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.