TOURS > UBUD > UBUD RAFTING TOUR
Grab your oars and beat the rapids down the Ayung River in Ubud. Retreat to countryside for afternoon excursions and complete your day by visiting heritage sites around the town.
Our tour consultant will confirm your booking & assist you through phone, email & messaging apps before & after the trip.
Brand-new car driven by our English-speaking local guide (not to be shared with other guests).
MasterCard, VISA and JCB accepted. Otherwise, we still accept direct payment to our driver on the day trip itself.
Just bring your personal equipments as recommended in the notes below.
Get 100% of your money back if you don’t find all advertised inclusions in this tour.
Grab your oars and get ready to rage with this exhilarating rafting adventure on the spectacular Ayung River. The rapids are set to a backdrop of wild unspoiled rainforest, towering gorges and magnificent rice paddy terraces. With our state-of-the-art equipment and insurance, your safety is fully ensured. Afterwards, savor the buffet lunch to fill up your energy before heading up to the next destinations.
Built in the middle of 14th century, this renowned monkey habitat and conservation center is often highlighted as a mandatory visit for every traveler. Located precisely in the busiest part of Ubud, it serves as a demonstration of harmonious coexistence between humans and nature where spiritual and physical world collide.
Dubbed as the priciest coffee in the world, Luwak coffee (also called civet coffee) has drawn interests from coffee aficionados around the world. Here you’ll be shown the traditional way of making coffee and all the fascinating facts. You will be given free sample a tasteful cup of Luwak coffee (guaranteed hygiene) plus 10 cups of different coffee varieties and teas.
The palace was built by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel, King of Ubud circa 1820 which initially functioned as government center. Today, Puri Saren serves as a repository for Balinese cultural legacy in art and literature to the benefit of local artists and historians alike.
Right across Puri Saren (the Ubud Royal Palace), there is a traditional market laden with hand-made local products. The west side are full of tourists buying crafted souvenirs with relatively cheap price, while the east are more keen to locals buying groceries and household items. Slippers, wooden statues, bags, clothes and mats are some of the common stuffs that travelers regularly bring home. Bargaining is always recommended and our guide will definitely help you with that.
Please take a note that apart from the pickup time, the timetable below is an estimation only and may vary in the actual trip.
Benefits and other important notes you need to know
Available for accommodation in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Jimbaran, Uluwatu, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Sanur and Ubud. Please contact us if you are staying in remote area.
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