Fun is the name of the game, but safety is paramount. Before your trip starts, you’ll be briefed by your expert and friendly rafting instructors about the equipment that will be used for rafting including your paddle, and buoyancy aid. You will also be taught as to how you should sit in the boat, how you should take care yourself if the boat happens to capsize, and all other relevant information. Don’t worry though, there’s a guide in each raft to make sure your having the maximum amount of fun in the safest possible way. Children from the age of 5 years and upwards are welcome on the trip as long as they are accompanied by a parent or other responsible adult.
Not only is the Ayung River Bali’s longest river, it’s also one of the most spectacular and you’ll see Bali’s pristine natural environment from a completely unique viewpoint. Along the way you will get to discover hidden waterfalls, experience being in remote jungle ravines, pass through valleys of lush rice paddies, enjoy a swim in crystal clear waters, and gain more insight into a river ecosystem from the experienced and expert guides who will be accompanying you on your ride.
Our white water rafting tours are fully inclusive, and can even be combined with other tours and activities in Bali for an action packed and discovery filled day. Your white water rafting trip will include:
- Welcome drink. Tea and coffee are free.
- Pick up and drop back in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- Professional and experienced river rafting guide.
- Safety equipment of international standards.
- One bottle mineral water during Ayung River rafting.
- Waterproof bag on boats to keep your valuable belongings safe.
- Buffet lunch and one soft drink (complimentary).
- Shower facility and towel.
- International insurance cover.
The Ayung River, Ubud, is by far one of the most exciting locations when it comes to white water rafting Bali. The river enjoys stable water condition throughout the year; Even during the dry season, there will be enough water in the river to get your adrenaline pumping. The Ayung River has grade two and three rapids on it. The section that you’ll raft is about 10 – 12 kilometers long and it takes about two hours to complete the trip.
So while first thoughts of Bali may be of golden sand beaches, surf and luxury hotels and villas, don’t miss out on all that island has to offer and head in land for a wet and wild adventure!