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Most tour operators seem to offer this trip for around 350.000 IDR per person. We negotiated the price down to 250.000 IDR per person including pick up, drop off and lunch.
The trip down the river started out great, we were tossed...More
Cost of the trip included pickup and drop off. Price was quoted in USD and fortunately they did have some USD change (although given reluctantly). As with most things in Bali, the quoted price online is probably up for some negotiation. Wish there was simply...More
the water is to shallow, not many place to jump and swim freely.. the underwater soil is too rocky, so if you don't wear any shoes on, it's gonna be hurt.. but the photographer allow us to use his small boat (more like a canoe)...More
It rained a lot the week before so the river was fast but it's not too deep. It was myself, husband and 9 yo Son. We had a fantastic time lots of laughs the whole way while my Son hummed the Jurassic Park theme. Our...More
With collection from your hotel, lengthy transfer times, coffee or tea on arrival, lunch and 2 hours of fabulous rafting along 20kms of river for just $35 AUD, it was the best value day we had on Bali. SO much fun!
The upper reaches of...More
I went along two weeks ago, the river was very low and we really got knocked around. Our boat sprung a leak almost at the end and our guide had to pump it up with a small hand pump. When we got to the big...More
We booked this activity at our hotel in sidemen. For about €25,- they pick you up, take you on a 10km trip down the river and serve lunch at the end. We had lots of fun and would do it again. Halfway they had us...More
The experience wasnt as exciting as I expected. There wasn't much water and theres only 1 drop in the entire route.
Its almost like doing a slow boat trip down the river without much excitement.
They also asked 12 USD extra to slide 20 meters...More
This is a seriously budget outfit. Life jackets look like they have been pulled from a dumpster. Some of them were mouldy and wet from previous excursions. Just one big pile of festering life jacket mess. Helmets were also (guessing) second hand. I had concerns...More
Hi, can someone PLEASE tell me if the Telaga Waja River is the one that doesn't have many stairs to climb after you have finished rafting?
20 April 2016|
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No se suben escaleras una vez terminado.
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What company did you go with, and would you recommend? How much was It approximately too please.
I have shoddy knees, so can't walk up all those steps.
You mentioned this one was walk on, walk off.