Bali’s volcanic slopes and freshwater springs feed whitewater rivers, creating many opportunities for Bali river rafting trips. Most trips are fairly short, but give rafters the chance to see jungle wildlife and the tropical riparian environment from a unique perspective.
Ayung River Rafting Trips (Class II-III):
Ayung River rafting trips bring rafters close to rainforests, rice paddies, and steep gorge walls. This is a good family rafting trip.
Telaga Waja River Rafting Trips (Class II-III):
Flowing below Mt. Agung, river trips on the Telaga Waja offer class II-III whitewater. Rafters will see both tropical and open valley environments on short half-day trips.
Melangit River Rafting Trips (Class IV):
The Melangit River is very conveniently located for people visiting Bali’s capitol city Denpasar. Steep cliffs and cascading water mark this as the most challenging and technical Bali river rafting trip.
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The wonders of Bali are legion: intricate rice paddies whose terraces wrap around jungle canyons and give new richness to the word “green,” master artists, dancers and Gamelan players, and a vibrant Hindu culture unique in Southeast Asia.