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TI swim workshop in Endless pools®

Stay with us and improve your swim with Total Immersion workshop in our endless pool.

Our Endless pools® is open mainly for our guests who want to have swimming lessons, retreat and workshops. The pool is also completed with mirrors on the floor and on the sidewall. These mirrors are to self-analyse body movement and eventually to correct our position while swimming. With two units of Fast lane machines from Endless Pools® you will be able to swim side by side with your partner or friend.

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TI swim lesson

Balitri provides swim lessons complemented with swim video recording and analysis for those looking to make measurable gains in the water. This swim analysis and swim video analysis is very useful as a reference to improve swimming techniques and make you more efficient as you move through the water. Swimming more efficiently will not only make you faster but will also be less tired coming out of the water.

 

TOTAL IMMERSION SWIM WORKSHOP

Spend your holiday in Bali and improve your swim in our endless pools. We run an exclusive swim workshop for beginner, intermediate and advanced swimmers. The workshop is running with minimum 2 participants.

 

All-inclusive services include the workshop, accommodation for 2 days 2/3 nights, breakfasts, lunches, dinners and transport to the starting point.

 

Download our typical schedule for each workshop 

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OPEN WATER SWIM

We arrange open water swim in either Sanur or Jimbaran. There are 2 buoys available to use. Open water in Sanur area is available to beginners. Contact us to tailor ocean water swim to your readiness.

TOUR

Cycling

Balitri presents to you our signature cycling routes around Bali with breath-taking views for you to explore and experience the island while working out in style.

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Ubud coffee ride

Level: easy

Type: flat + little climb

This is an easy ride for 35-45 km going north to Ubud town.  The route is mostly flat with one steep hill (10% gradient), passing paddy fields and a possibility for bird watching. We simply fancy having a good coffee and breakfast after a pleasant ride. This route allows us to have breakfast in Pison Cafe where you can enjoy the favourite drink like Avocado expresso coffee.

35-45km, 350mdpl
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Melasti ride

Level: easy medium

Type: rolling

For those who are interested in scenic cliffs and ocean view, this is the right route for you. In this 40-60 km easy medium route, we will pass through the southern part of Bali and rolling hills with some steep climbs on the way where you need to prepare your gear to get some momentum. This is one of the most favourite destinations after Kintamani.

40km, 500mdpl
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Tampak siring ride

Level: medium

Type: steady climb

This longer ride will bring us to the first president residential palace in Bali. The route is a steady climb1-2% gradient for 11km with some hills with 6-7% gradient. We will pass Goa Gajah, until we reach goa garba to take some pictures of scenic ancient stones and also continue riding until reaching the presidential palace. This route also allows us to enjoy the famous paddy field in Ubud and take some great pictures. On the way back, we can stop at a coffee place in Ubud (optional).

60km, 628mdpl
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Sangeh ride

Level: medium

Type: rolling

This ride will bring you to see Sangeh Monkey forest and stunning green route. Later you can have a duck rice as a reward of your hard work on the saddle.

 

The start is a 16 km warming up a steady uphill with 1-2% from Denpasar until we reach Cocomart Tebongkang. We will ride around 14km head to west north to Bongkasa where you can enter the forest and also enjoy some local but delicious cuisine.

60km, 700mdpl
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Jatiluwih ride

Level: easy medium

Type: rolling

We bring you Jatiluwih, the World Unesco Heritage to enjoy the outstanding landscapes that can fill entire memory cards with stunning snaps. This route also allows you to immerse in a village river where the water is as clear as a mirror.

The road to Mengwi is a steady climb for about 37 km. We continue with some rolling terrain for another 10km until we reach Jatiluwih, where we stop at the riverside and dip into very fresh water and enjoy the impressive view of Tabanan paddy fields, one of the Unesco heritage sites in Bali.

95km, 900mdpl
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Kintamani ride

Level: hard

Type: endurance climb

There are many routes to reach Kintamani, one of the highest altitude lake views in Bali, depending on your mood to climb.

The nice steady climb route to Kintamani can be via Tampak Siring main road (steady 1-2% climb) or back road (rolling). We can have a few stops at 20 km and 40 km to regroup. We will also spend some time in Kintamani coffee eco bike café where you can indulge yourself in their famous sandwich, rice bowl, pancakes to dig in with coffee. The way back can be rough sometimes, so we will try to find the smoothest road we can find.

100km, 1500mdpl
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Dawan ride

Level: medium

Type: rolling

This ride will bring you to see Klungkung and stunning green route. Later you can have a lamb rice as a reward of your hard work on the saddle.

 

The start is a 30 km warming up with rolling hills trough Ida Bagus Mantra from Denpasar until we reach Dawan. We will ride around 11km in a green hill loop that feels like in Rio de Janeiro. The return can be via Gianyar rolling route back to Balitri or where you stay.

60-80km, 500mdpl
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Petang ride

Level: easy medium

Type: rolling

We bring you Petang where you see a lot of small green alleys and also quite paddy field scenery. This is one of the most calm and peaceful route compared to all other routes we review and offer. This area is also a very suitable area for gravel or mountain bike ride if you want to go to inner roads of the area. We also offer some bike guide and rent for gravel route.

60km, 700mdpl
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Circling Bali Island

Level: hard

Type: endurance

There are three options for circling the whole Bali island with your bike and we offer the tour all year long with the best weather from May - August: 380k, 420km and 480km. The first tour can be made in two days, the second and third options are made in three to four days. We arrange itinerary which can be customised according to your needs. It covers car, guide, photographer, videographer and also some best cold brew coffee and snacks and restaurants for hygienic pitstops.

380-480km, 3000mdpl
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Tanah Barak ride

Level: medium

Type: rolling

This ride will bring you to see a breathtaking Indian ocean and an infinity view. The ride is about 40-65km; we will pass through the southern part of Bali and rolling hills with some steep climbs on the way where you need to prepare your gear to get some momentum. This is one of the trendy upcoming destinations.

60-80km, 500mdpl
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Puncak Tedung ride

Level: hard

Type: climb

We bring you to one of the most iconic training scene for Bali cyclists. with 2km steady climb it becomes one of the goals for cyclists to conquer. If you like to climb, this is a must try

60km, 700mdpl
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Circling Bali Island

Level: hard

Type: endurance

There are three options for circling the whole Bali island with your bike and we offer the tour all year long with the best weather from May - August: 380k, 420km and 480km. The first tour can be made in two days, the second and third options are made in three to four days. We arrange itinerary which can be customised according to your needs. It covers car, guide, photographer, videographer and also some best cold brew coffee and snacks and restaurants for hygienic pitstops.

380-480km, 3000mdpl
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BIKE

RENT

BALITRI BIKE RENT PRICE LIST

If you don’t bring your bike, and if you stay with us with us don’t worry, we supply you with a bike rent for free for a day. If you do not stay with us we also rent a bike. We have premium bikes that are prioritised only for our tour participants and Balitri Home Guests. 

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Bike wash and repair

We offer a bike wash for any cyclist who joins our local events or to our accommodation guests for 50 k per wash. All revenue goes to Sukawati community. We do have an in-house bike mechanic expert when you have serious trouble with your bike, we can arrange a bike mechanic for repair with an additional fee.

Bike tool kits and DIY

Bike pump, DIY repair kit, any size of hex keys, and a compressor are available in our DIY wall so feel free to use it. Any support kits such as helmet, Shimano and keo cleat pedals, hand pump, and portable keys are available for hire. A new spare tire and CO2 are available for sale and patched spare tires are free (ask our staff for stocks). We suggest you bring your own cycling shoes and equipment if you come as a group.

Hiking the mountain

When you are looking for elevation and being on the top of the world, we offer hiking experience to Mount Batur (1717mdpl), Mount Abang (2152mdpl) and Mount Batukaru (2350mdpl). We prepare some experienced guides who understand safety and photographers who are ready to hike with you.

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Running surrounded by paddy field

You want to walk or to jog, you can try several classic routes in Sukawati, Blahbatuh and Blakiuh village. It is a run on some mix between concrete pathway and , which spans 1.5 km for each loop. You can do two loops and come back to Balitri via the main road.  The road is quite busy after 8 am so it is better for you to start running between 6-7 am. We charge a 120k IDR for a run training session including strengthening and conditioning.

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Off-road trekking with family or friends

You can explore Bali with your family or a group of friends and get fit on your own feet. 

If you are keen to document your trip we have some excellent sports photographer to get stunning pictures. For routes, do not worry, we have some options for beginners from 3km, 6km, 7km, and 10km around Ubud, Jimbaran, and Uluwatu. We also stop for nice morning or late afternoon coffee.

TREKKING OPTIONS

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Trekking: Kubu

Jimbaran

6km, 120mpdl

2-3h, easy

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Trekking: Karang Boma

Uluwatu

3km, 150mdpl

2-3h, medium

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Trekking: Campuhan

Ubud

6km, 70mdpl

2h, easy

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Trekking: Biubiu

Jimbaran

10km, 150 mdpl

3-4h, medium

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Trekking: Honeymoon

Jimbaran

7km, 150mdpl

2-3h, easy

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Trekking: GWK

Jimbaran

7-10km, 100mdpl

2-3h, easy

HIKING OPTIONS

Hiking: Mount Batukaru

Tabanan

5km, 800 mdpl

4-5h, hard

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Hiking: Mount Batur

Kintamani

5km, 600mdpl

3-4h, medium

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Hiking: Mount Abang

Kintamani

6km, 800mdpl

4-5h, hard

PADDY FIELD RUNNING ROUTES

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Running: Gelumpang

Sukawati

1.5km/loop

Concrete

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Running: Blahbatuh

Gianyar

10km/loop

Soil, concrete

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Running: Blakiuh

Abiansemal

2.5km/loop

Concrete

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