Rafting

$59/person
Duration
8 hours
Bookable until
31 Dec 2024

Overview

Choose your rafting adventure with the professionals and most highly trained rafting guides in Indonesia. All safety equipment included as are transfers and lunch (please see below for full lis of inclusions)

Raft the Ayung river near Ubud with its beauiful river valleys, steep ravines and stunning waterfalls. The Ayung river has rapids classed as Grade 2-3 (see FAQ 4 below for explanation of the rapid grading system). This is still a lot of fun and maybe a good start for younger children.

If you want somethng a little longer and a little more challenging with Grade 3-4 rapids then the Telaja Waga river might be the choice for you.


Itinerary

0830 Hotel pick up, 10.00 safety brief, issue safety gear, shuttle to start point 10.30-12.30 Rafting 13.00-14.00 Lunch Return to hotel by approximately 15.30-16.00

08.00-0830 Hotel pick up, 10.00 safety brief, issue safety gear, shuttle to start point 10.30-12.30 Rafting 13.00-14.00 Lunch Return to hotel by approximately 15.30-16.00


Included

  • Transport to and from rafting from hotels in south Bali
  • Safety approved equipment including helmet and life jackets
  • Safety locker & dry bag
  • Shower facility with towel
  • Buffet lunch
  • US$60,000 insurance coverage for 7-65 year olds

FAQs

Approximately 11km (starts at 400 meters above sea level finishing at 250 meters)

Approximately 14km (starts at 760 meters above sea level finishing at 320 meters)

Sports shoes and appropriate clothing (things you don't mind geting wet), sun cream, change of clothes for after rafting

The following are the definitons of Class 2, 3 and 4 rapids which are the rapids in these rafting trips (For your information, it does go up to Grade 6) Class II: Easy rapids with smaller waves, clear channels that are obvious without scouting. Some maneuvering might be required. Class III: Rapids with high, irregular waves. Narrow passages that often require precise manoeuvring. Class IV: Long, difficult rapids with constricted passages that often require complex maneuvering in turbulent water. The course may be hard to determine and scouting is often necessary.

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