Get the adrenaline pumping with a ride on Bali’s top rated white-water rapids.
- 12 km white-water rafting adventure
- Class III rapids (Bali’s roughest)
- Professional safety instruction, equipment and guides
- Lunch included
- Transport to / from your accommodation included
- Beers on the bus on the way home
There’s no better way to start your party than with a spot of male bonding. Not the bromatic sort. But true macho bonding as you and your crew take responsibility for navigating an inflatable raft through the challenging rapids of the Telaga Waja river in the foothills of Bali’s sacred Mount Agung.
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Your day starts with us picking you up at 11 a.m. from your accommodation and transporting you in our air-conditioned buses to the Bali white-water rafting site. You’ll receive a full instruction and safety briefing from qualified instructors then you hit the river. Rated Class III+, the rapids on Telega Waja are the most challenging rapids in Bali and this white-water raft ride is sure to get your pulse going. You’ll need to work as a team to navigate your boat through the white water, avoid get stuck in the rapids, or worse-still, turning it over! You’ll hit 5-foot sheer drops and you’ll also experience some immense beauty and nature in the flat stretches between the raging white water. But don’t get too carried away admiring Bali’s famous rice terraces. You’ll need a focused mind, all your energy, and teamwork of the highest order to navigate your final challenge: The Dam! During your Bali white-water rafting adventure, you’ll cover 12 kms of Telaga Waja and its Class 3 rapids which will take around 2 hours.
This Bali White-water Rafting activity includes :
- Pick up from your villa and return transfers in Ludih’s air-conditioned bus
- Safety equipment, including safety helmets & life jackets
- Insurance coverage
- Professional and experienced guides
- An excellent buffet lunch
- Complete shower/changing facilities with towels
- Water resistant bags for your valuables
- 3 beers each on the bus during your journey home
- 11:00 a.m. Pick and up depart from your accommodation to rafting site at Telaga Waja
- 12:00 p.m. Lunch at rafting site
- 1:00 p.m. Safety briefing and instructions
- 1:30 p.m. Depart on rafting adventure
- 3:30 p.m. Complete rafting adventure, shower and change
- 4:00 p.m. Depart rafting site at Telaga Waja
- 5:00 p.m. Arrive at accommodation / villa party
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Questions and Answers
What to bring?
You’ll be soaked while riding the rapid and will need to dress appropriately:– Wear light clothes or preferably boardshorts or a bathing suit– Wear running shoes with laces or strapped sandals.– Avoid flip flops or thongs since these will come off easily when you’re in the water.– Bring a change of clothes– Sunscreen– Don’t wear clothes with non-fast colours that are likely to run.
Telaga Waja is classified as having Class 3 rapids. How raging are they?
Class 3 are considered medium in the Class I – Class 6 white water classification system. However, note that Class 6 rapids are reserved for expert paddlers only and even then come with a warning of ‘danger to life or limb’ for the experts. Make no mistake: Telaga Waja is no cake walk!
Based on the American version of the International Scale of River Difficulty, Class 3 is defined as follows: Whitewater, medium waves, maybe a 3–5 ft drop, but not much considerable danger. May require significant maneuvering. (Skill Level: Experienced paddling skills)
But the weather conditions can change the water depth and speed of flow. In the rainy season, the difficulty can increase and Telaga Waja is rated 3+ to account for the changes in difficulty. Unless, you’re an experienced white water paddler, this is definitely as gnarly as you want it!
How long is the journey from the Bali rafting site to Ludih’s villa?
About 90 mins in normal traffic conditions. However do expect delays in peak times.
Is lunch provided?
Yes, a buffet lunch is provided at the rafting site.
Are there lockers to store my clothing and valuables?
Yes. You can leave valuables in the lockers provided at the rafting site.
Do you recommend I bring my valuables with me on the raft?
The white water rafting venue provides sealable plastic bags for your valuables that you can bring with you and keep in a closed, zipped, or button pocket in your clothing. But there is still a significant risk of damaging your valuables. We recommend you use the lockers provided to store all valuables.