Tours and Tickets by Bali Payung Rafting Adventure
ATV Ride with Ayung River Rafting
Experience two fun outdoor activities in one day on this action-packed full-day tour. First, set out on a thrilling white-water rafting excursion along the Ayung River and enjoy stunning views along Bali’s longest river. After lunch, hop aboard an ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) for an off-road adventure, passing through rural villages and stopping to admire Bali’s UNESCO-listed rice terraces.
8 to 10 hours
Ayung River Rafting and Spa Experience
Experience the thrill of white water rafting while in Bali and admire the scenery along the Ayung River, Bali’s longest river. On this tour, spend the morning rafting, re-fuel with a delicious lunch, then relax and unwind with a massage at a traditional Balinese spa. There’s no rafting experience necessary and full instruction and equipment is included.
Swing Experience with Ayung River Rafting
Thrill-seekers and Instagrammers won’t want to miss out on this private door-to-door tour, which promises the pictures of a lifetime with none of the traffic dramas. Start by rafting the Ayung River, admiring rice terraces and waterfalls. After a shower and an Indonesian lunch, head to the Bali Swing and capture epic photos as you soar above jungle and rice fields. Finally, taste coffee and discover spices at a plantation.
Bali Rafting Tour with Lunch
The Full Day Trip to Enjoying Bali Adventure will start in White Water rafting at Payangang – Ubud with Buffet Lunch at local restaurant, then the journey continue with visiting Ubud Palace. The Last is visiting Coffee Luwak plantation.
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Mai wrote a review Dec 2019
Auckland, New Zealand39 contributions3 helpful votes
Don’t book with Company, our guide on the raft lied to us. He said there will be a waterfall drop which we didn’t have. I asked because this is my third time in Bali and I don’t remember which company i used last time. When they stop half way they sell you drinks for crazy amount of money without even mentioning the price which you will find out after you finish. I have done rafting twice before in Bali and this company is definitely the worst.…
Date of experience: December 2019
Peter H wrote a review Dec 2019
Auckland, New Zealand19 contributions8 helpful votes
The Rafting is okay and staff are friendly but they will stop half way, offer you drinks when you are tired and thirsty and tell you pay your guide later. At the end of the trip they will give you a bill with 20 times more than normal price! I got a bill for $25 for god sake just for water and sode…
Date of experience: December 2019
Art K wrote a review Nov 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia5 contributions
Booked with hotel, but, we received no confirmation, no information, didn't know what company it was what to bring or expect. We were sitting having our morning coffee and a driver from Payung rafting comes running in saying we have "one minute" to get in the van. After one hour driving around we arrive at some place. The workers there were rude in an attempt to be funny, like insult comics. Laughed when we had no change of clothes. We didn't know about the lockers or anything. I even asked if they serve food after the trip and got a head shake. They then charged us IDR450k each at the counter. I learned later everyone else in the group paid 350k. The rafting started out great. The raft guide we had was skilled. However, there were several rafts altogether in our group. The guides made some jokes acting like they accidentally splashed someone or the raft got stuck which was funny first five times. The jokes devolved into customers (strangers) throwing water at each other and other rafts any chance they got. It would have been a peaceful fun trip without all the constant high school antics (and without getting soaked). At the end of the trip, we were then pleasantly surprised to see other customers getting food, apparently, included in the trip. Food was good. Try a more professional raft company.…
Date of experience: November 2019
James / Meredit... W wrote a review Oct 2019
Auckland, New Zealand35 contributions4 helpful votes
Our family of five aged 8 - 13 really enjoyed this trip and was a safe and great introduction for our children to water rafting. Be prepared for lots of rafts as there are up to 20 companies heading out at the same time! Pretty cool to pull off and have a cold Bintang midway. Finished with a moorish lunch. Good for leg muscles too walking in and out. Hats off to the guys that carry the deflated boats out on their heads you guys are machines!!!!…
Date of experience: October 2019
Norah wrote a review May 2019
Ubud, Indonesia19 contributions4 helpful votes
We had such a fun day rafting with our lovely guides. We organised the tour through our hotel. The price included pickup and drop off, 2 hours of rafting, shower and changing facilities after and a large buffet lunch. The rafting itself is a lot of fun. It’s not too fast or challenging and the guides do all the work in terms of steering! They are a lot of fun to be with and do a great job of getting all the different rafts to interact with each other. It’s not too often you get groups of adults engaging in splash wars with strangers! The scenery is stunning and there are some amazing engravings to see on the way. There are some parts where you can swim (just carried along by the flow), a waterfall and there are 2 stops along the way where you can buy drinks. We didn’t fee pressurised to purchase these, but the price wasn’t too bad so we were happy to. You will need to have enough cash to pay for the drinks at the end. You are also encouraged to leave a gratuity to your guide so if this is something you would like to do, be sure to have cash as there is no ATM near the base. Just to note- the tour involves an approximately 15 minute walk down steps at the beginning and a 5 minute walk up at the end. If you are moderately fit, this is not particularly challenging. If you have a physical disability however or are not used to the exercise, it is worth bearing in mind that this could be difficult. Highly recommend! …
Date of experience: May 2019