Telagawaja River Rafting


Telagawaja River Rafting the Real Adventure Activities

Telagawaja River runs southward of Bali from the southern slope of Mount Abang and cuts along the foot of the west side of Mount Agung, Bali’s tallest mountain. It is one of the longest rivers in the eastern area of Bali and is also located near Bali’s largest temple – the Besakih. Telagawaja River is in Muncan village in the Karangasem district and 1.5 hours away from Denpasar, Kuta, Seminyak and various areas in Southern Bali.

Due to its specific current, clean water, natural views, and soft rapids, Telagawaja River is becoming increasingly popular among thrill seekers. It offers a difficulty level of 3-4 and challenging rapids yet is still safe for beginners. The river stretches at 13km long and consists of rapids as high as 5 metres at some points. The scenery which surrounds the length of the river is magnificent, with green fields, valleys, hills, cliffs, and amazing waterfalls.

Your Telagawaja River Rafting tour includes a provided hot shower, clean towels, change rooms, and toilets. Soap and shampoo are also supplied.

To mark the end of your white water rafting Bali experience, our chef personally prepares you a delicious Indonesian buffet meal to help replenish your body after a gruelling 2-hour rafting trip.

Here is an overview of what your Telagawaja River Rafting tour will include:

  • Complimentary air-conditioned return transfers
  • Safety equipments – safety helmet & life jacket
  • Water-resistant bags for your valuables
  • Insurance coverage
  • Professionally trained and experienced guides
  • Hot shower, clean towels, and change room facilities
  • Buffet lunch of gourmet Indonesian foods overlooking the river

For the best rafting experience, we recommend you also:

  • Wear light clothes or bathers suitable for rafting
  • Wear runners or strapped sandals
  • Bring a change of clothes
  • A small amount of cash for refreshments
  • A waterproof camera

While Ayung River Rafting is more popular, Telagawaja River Rafting is definitely better as far as challenges and experience is concerned. Just a bit further than Ayung River, it is also considered one of the closest rafting facilities provided in Bali.

Please note that all rivers in Bali are class II and III rapids, but in the wet season (Nov-Mar) this may increase to a class IV.


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