Telaga Waja rafting has a different character to the other river rafting in Bali, such as Ayung rafting. Telaga Waja River, has the longest track rafting in Bali, which is as far as 16 km. To track down the Telaga Waja river rafting, it takes about 2.5 hours to 3 hours. Telaga Waja River Rafting in Bali has clear water and very swift currents flowing water. It is suitable for participants who have an adventurous spirit and love a challenge.
Telaga Waja River has a downhill which is nearly 5 meters with a slope of about 50 degrees. To raft down in this downhill with you on top of the rubber boat is the most exciting part of rafting on the Telaga Waja River Bali. Besides the rapids are very challenging, Telaga Waja River also offers a view of unspoiled nature. At each edge of the Telaga Waja river is surrounded by rice fields, shrubs and trees. Not only the natural scenery, the fresh air around also an attraction at Telaga Waja rafting.
To the north, you can also see a visible landscape of Mount Agung, which is the highest mountain in Bali. It will be an amazing experience, if you try rafting on the Telaga Waja river. It is suitable for those who are aged between 9-65 years. After 2.5 hours wading Telaga Waja river, in the last resort, you can enjoy lunch at the restaurant in the middle of rice fields.
In this restaurant, the participants can enjoy rafting buffet menu that has been provided. Other facilities such as changing rooms and toilets are also very adequate. Rafting at Telaga Waja river is very famous and often crowded by tourists, especially during the holiday season and the new year.