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Established in Bali in 1989, SOBEK was the first Adventure Tour Company of its kind on the island. Taking pride in a proven 100% safety record even to this day, SOBEK invests heavily into thorough industry recognized safety training standards. Each...more
We stayed at Mandapa Ritz Carlton and our hotel helped up to book the river rafting and we were picked up at the hotel. The river rafting cost us USD76 per pax. Upon arrival at Sobek, we were given a briefing, then went to collect...More
We are on honeymoon and did a bicycle tour and a white water rafting tour with this company. We really got to see the beautiful countryside by doing these and had lots of fun. You get to see a lot more of the Balinese culture...More
We really enjoyed discovering the Ayung river in a rafting activity. Our guide was named Bobo and was amazing! He gave us a lot of nice information about the surroundings and the history along the river and gave a lot of energy to our group...More
We booked 2 adventure trips with this company through our travel agent/hotel. We did both the white water rafting and the cycling. Both were great and we would highly recommend them.
We went on a very, very wet day! The driver who picked us...More
We did the rafting by ayung river... As all the reviews mention ...
Good shower facilities...
The price of USD 79 was inclusive of hotel pick up and without pickup it mentioned as USD 55. But when enquired they charged...More
Having the bike tour through Kintamani and Ubud leaded by the knowledge of Putuk was amazing. He deepens you through the rainforest, rice terraces and home temples of the city. Is the best way to experience Bali’s culture!
Chose to do this rafting trip with Sobek after reading rave reviews about the company and the Telaga Waja river. Unfortunately for us Sobek changed their rafting route 6 months ago and now there are no drops or real rapids to raft on. The most...More
Hi '33anthony2016' >> In our view, having also rafted previously with SOBEK in past years, the word you have used "SAFE" is highly subjective. For there is no such thing as a SAFE white water river in the world, let alone in... More
Hi '33anthony2016' >> In our view, having also rafted previously with SOBEK in past years, the word you have used "SAFE" is highly subjective. For there is no such thing as a SAFE white water river in the world, let alone in Bali! For example, 'if' a participant cannot swim, then any rafting company in Bali is potentially enabling a potential incident (or worse) should a raft flip, and yes - they do regularly. However, upon participating and also observing to safety standards of several 'other' Balinese rafting companies, you have made a GOOD CHOICE with this company. Having recently chatted with SOBEK's owner about rafting safety standards in Bali, we really appreciated their frank discussion & honest opinions on the paramount importance of the safety of their customers. In our own professional view, taking children ALWAYS comes at a risk (it's the nature of doing the activity) however, personally we would NOT recommend rafting in Bali for children under 9 years of age. Other Bali companies do, and we do not agree with exposing children to such a risk as young as 5 to this type of activity in Bali.
If you would like to experience a HIGHER SAFETY STANDARD of white water rafting in Bali (particularly if you intend on taking teenagers rafting), then we would have to highly recommend SOBEK BALI RAFTING, as they conduct some of the most professional white water rafting operations (on two rivers) in Bali.
Andrew & Jenny Stuart (Western Australia)
Hi I guess the respond system does not work properly , I answered this question about 9 days ago… anyway, it's about 500 hundred steps down a long stairway to the river… and about 200 steps up from the finish at Ayung river... More
Hi I guess the respond system does not work properly , I answered this question about 9 days ago… anyway, it's about 500 hundred steps down a long stairway to the river… and about 200 steps up from the finish at Ayung river. at the telaga Waja river it is only about 20 steps to the river and 150 going up again. but this river is a little more challenging