Want to record a unique experience of rafting? Try this challenging adventure in the streams of the Ayung River, Carangsari village, Petang subdistrict, Badung. Under the banner of Mega Rafting, a unique experience when crossing the river rapids will become a rich distinctive note, especially for an adventurer.
Crossing the river with the distance of about 10 km does not only make happy and excited, but also have the opportunity to watch a variety of things. They are starting from a variety of local trees and small animals being familiar with local people and the life in the river which is rarely encountered. More uniquely, from the river, participants can watch the scenery of rice fields, Ramayana and Mahabharata reliefs carved on the cliff stone. Similarly, there is a waterfall with a height of 20 meters. Under the water, participants can relax the body in order to get more refreshed. Other than enjoying the cool atmosphere, all participants can also take pictures of pristine nature.
To release tension, the lovers of rafting stop at some points to take photos and rest. And after 2 hours of rafting, participants can have reached the finish point. The hospitality of the waiters greets all participants while presenting a welcome drink (orange juice) as if transforming our minds to be as fresh as the orange juice. After that, all participants take a change of clothes and a shower with all the needs have been prepared like clean towels, hot/cold water, soap and shampoo. Later on, participants are invited to have lunch (buffet) with 1 bottle of cold drink. Furthermore, participants take return transfer to hotel.
Sales and Marketing of the Mega Rafting, Diah, said the rafting participants were given good services. Participants were picked up at hotel where they were staying and then taken to Carangsari village. At 09:30 in the morning, participants would arrive at starting point of the rafting, and were then resumed with registration. “Before the rafting activity begins, we ask the participants to enjoy coffee and tea while providing briefing regarding the safety provided by our river guide,” she said.
During the rafting adventure took place, explained Diah, the participants would be escorted by trained professional rafting guide. They had obtained the certificate in accordance with the profession. In addition, all the participants were automatically covered by insurance, so they could enjoy the rafting adventure comfortably and securely. Then, without detailing the exact price, Diah added the price of ticket purchased had included transport services. “We want to make the participants a king in terms of adventure. By that way, they will be able to enjoy the exciting experience,” said Diah.
According to Diah, the average number of applicants in a day reached 50 people. They came from various countries such as Europe, Australia, Japan and Malaysia including domestic travelers. (BTN/015)
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