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Advanced White Water Rafting Sri Lanka

ADVANCED WHITE WATER RAFTING

$35 US

Or call +94 768 769 227

ADVANCED WHITE WATER RAFTING

TYPE
WATER
DIFFICULTY
MODERATE
DURATION
2 Hrs

Overview

If you are an experienced rafter,  or brave enough to paddle through some serious rapids, the upper section of the Kelani river at Kithulgala will no doubt be an excellent chance to test your mettle. This 5 km cruise with over 12 major rapids ranging from classes II, III and even IVs is definitely not for the faint of heart. But for those who dare, this pristine river will reward you with an experience of a lifetime. The lush jungle setting, giant boulders with Eagles perched on them and the overall serenity of the river will fill you with awe – only to have you plunge face first into torrents of whitewater the next second with your heart racing.

If this sounds too daunting to you, not to worry – we have something for you too. Head over to our beginner White Water Rafting section to enjoy a safer but thrilling first-time experience.

What to bring

  • Clothes to get wet in – you don’t need thermal wear as the water in SL never gets too cold
  • Appropriate footwear – it will get wet
  • Waterproof camera – you can also hire a GoPro from us to record your adventure.

Location

Kithulgala

Kithulgala is easily the adventure sports capital of Sri Lanka. It is a quaint little town by the banks of the Kelani river, which is surrounded by mountains that give birth to many streams and waterfalls. Lush green forests, as well as tea and rubber plantations, occupy the vistas wherever you choose to roam. The terrain is ideal for many sports such as White water rafting, canyoning, abseiling, rock climbing, cycling, hiking & trekking. The rainforests here are home to an abundance of wildlife especially endemic birds, making it a bird watchers paradise as well.

Kithulgala

READY FOR YOUR ADVENTURE?

Book your ADVANCED WHITE WATER RAFTING trip now, or call us at +94768769227 for an inquiry.

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