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    White Water Rafting

     

    Originating at the base of Adam’s Peak, the clear waters of the Kelani Ganga – the fourth longest river in Sri Lanka – winds its way through the Hill Country before emptying into the Indian Ocean on the west coast. The starting point for rafting is just upstream from Kithulgala, a small town bordering the tea country, approximately 1.5 hours’ drive from Camellia Hills. After a safety briefing and a few pointers on rafting techniques, you will jump right into action. Seven high quality, grade 2 and 3 rapids make the Kelani River a great introduction to the sport of white-water rafting as well as an exciting choice for adrenaline seekers.

    The rafting stretch spans approximately 6.5 kilometres in length and takes between 45 minutes to 1.5 hours to complete, depending on water levels. After rafting, you can hike down one of the river’s canyons where you will have the option of jumping into plunge pools (confidence jumps), wading across “potholes,” and shooting down a few natural slides. The river is dam-controlled; therefore, water levels can be low in April and quite high during the monsoon season.

    Ideal times are from May to December

    Participants will wear life jackets and helmets for safety and will be guided by an expert.

    Location
    Kiithulgala
    Charges
    Charges apply. Please inquire with a butler
    No. of guests
    01 to 06 guests
    Duration
    Full day
    Hosted by
    Rafting expert
    Attire
    Swimwear, covered shoes that you don’t mind getting wet, a hat, sunscreen and a change of clothes
    Tips
    Ideal times are from May to December.
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