Telaga Waja River Rafting | The Longest River Rafting in Bali
Telaga Waja River Rafting is one of the longest river rafting on east Bali. Located in Karangasem regency, the start point to runs southward Bali from southern slope of Mount Abang. With it’s specific current, clean water, natural views and soft rapids
The Telaga Waja River is the best river rafting ever in Bali. This river has a difficulty level III – IV but still safe for the beginners, the rapids are very challenging. And becoming more popular among the adventure seekers in Bali.
River speed is not extreme, but more than enough to improve your adrenaline. Telaga Waja River Rafting Bali is perfect for beginners, and very safe, and there is nothing to worry about. Everything is very tolerable with excellent service, friendly staff, rafting experience, well maintained equipment, insurance including welcome drinks, easy access to the river and easy access from the river to the restaurant.
This River has a downhill which is nearly 5 meters with a slope of about 50 degrees. 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 river.
How Difficult is Telaga Waja River Rafting Bali
Most tourists are more interested in trying the Telaga Waja Rafting, why?. Because the rapids of the Telaga Waja river have a difficulty level II-level IV.
Clarification Difficulty level
Bali rafting white water rafting consists of several levels of difficulty. Basically, the Telaga Waja River can compare into fast class difficulties.
- Difficulty level II – don’t need too many maneuvers to pass the route with this difficulty. If you fall from a raft, spend big, you won’t get injured.
- Level III Difficulties – need good control and maneuvering because there are some extreme rapids along the route with this difficulty.
- Extreme level IV difficulties which also require rapid maneuvering and control.
The length of the river rafting Telaga Waja river
The first river you must visit is the Bali white water rafting river. You will not take a raft for the entire Telaga Waja River. However, only a small portion of this river will be the route for you. And that’s only a small part, you get 16 kilometers of travel that is ready to be conquered. The standard time to complete the route is around 2.5 hours. Long enough and satisfying from our perspective.