Ayung River rafting offers dramatic rainforest landscapes, towering cliffs, winding valleys and waterfalls on Bali’s longest and largest river. More challenging even, is the white waters of Telega Waja — rush through waterfalls, overhead obstacles and narrow gorges, leading up to a sudden drop into a dam.
You can also engage cycling on a downhill ride past farms, plantations and village temples. Frequent stops allow you to get up closer and catch better glimpses of the local and rural village life. Down on the coastline, activities such as the Seawalker are extraordinary, allowing you to physically walk on the ocean floor at a depth of 15m without getting your hair wet!