White Water Rafting in Bali – A ride filled with thrills!


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Get thrilled by the speed and the forces of the mighty Ayung River when you get on to a raft during your stay at Bali. Brace yourself for an exciting experience that you’ll remember for a lifetime.

White Water Rafting  | Image Credit: julianomarini via Pixabay
White Water Rafting | Image Credit: julianomarini via Pixabay


Rafting in general terms is a recreational outdoor activity that uses an inflatable raft in order to navigate through a river or a body of water. Rafting is usually done in the rapids of a fast flowing river to elevate

The river

Ayung River is the longest river in Bali extending up to 68.5 kilometres. The river begins from the northern mountain ranges and flows passing the Bangali, Gianyar regencies and the city of Denpasar and discharges into the Badung Strait. The river is a popular rafting destination and its famous for its challenging rapids. Adventure junkies from all over the world visit Bali to do rafting on this magnificent river.

Getting there and accommodation facilities

You can find a number of rafting tours in the island you can even arrange one from a Bali beach resort where you have planned to stay. Speaking of resorts you can find a number of hotels and resorts that offer cosy accommodations the likes of Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa.

Things you should remember

As adventurous as it sounds, white water rafting is a risky adventure sport and you must be cautious about what’s happening around you at all times as things can go sideways in a blink of an eye during rafting. Before you getting into the raft check whether the clips and belts of your safety jackets are correctly attached and always follow the instructions of the guide who is in charge of your raft.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+

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