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Rafting and white water rafting are recreational outdoor activities which use an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other body of water. This is often done on whitewater or different degrees of rough water, and generally represents a new and challenging environment for participants. Dealing with risk and the need for teamwork is often a part of the experience.[1] The development of this activity as a leisure sport has become popular since the mid-1970s, evolving from individuals paddling 10 feet (3.0 m) rafts with double-bladed paddles to multi-person rafts propelled by single-bladed paddles and steered by a tour guide at the stern. It is considered an extreme sport, and can be fatal. The International Rafting Federation, often referred to as the IRF, is the worldwide body which oversees all aspects of the sport.[2]

Reference: Wikipedia





International Scale of River Difficulty

There are six categories, each referred to as "Grade" or "Class" followed by a number. The scale is not linear, nor is it fixed. For instance, there can be difficult grade twos, easy grade threes, and so on. The grade of a river may (and usually does) change with the level of flow. Often a river or rapid will be given a numerical grade, and then a plus (+) or minus (-) to indicate if it is in the higher or lower end of the difficulty level. While a river section may be given an overall grading, it may contain sections above that grade, often noted as features, or conversely, it may contain sections of lower graded water as well. Details of portages may be given if these pose specific challenges. A summary of river classifications as presented by the American Whitewater Association:[1]

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Class I:
Easy
Fast moving water with riffles and small waves. Few obstructions, all obvious and easily missed with little training. Risk to swimmers is slight; self-rescue is easy.Black Fork Mohican River.jpg
Class II:
Novice
Straightforward rapids with wide, clear channels which are evident without scouting. Occasional maneuvering may be required, but rocks and medium-sized waves are easily avoided by trained paddlers. Swimmers are seldom injured and group assistance, while helpful, is seldom needed. Rapids that are at the upper end of this difficulty range are designated Class II+.Madawaska River Whitney.JPG
Class III:
Intermediate
Rapids with moderate, irregular waves which may be difficult to avoid and which can swamp an open canoe. Complex maneuvers in fast current and good boat control in tight passages or around ledges are often required; large waves or strainers may be present but are easily avoided. Strong eddies and powerful current effects can be found, particularly on large-volume rivers. Scouting is advisable for inexperienced parties. Injuries while swimming are rare; self-rescue is usually easy but group assistance may be required to avoid long swims. Rapids that are at the lower or upper end of this difficulty range are designated Class III- or Class III+ respectively.WataugaTheBigHole.jpg
Class IV:
Advanced
Intense, powerful but predictable rapids requiring precise boat handling in turbulent water. Depending on the character of the river, it may feature large, unavoidable waves and holes or constricted passages demanding fast maneuvers under pressure. A fast, reliable eddy turn may be needed to initiate maneuvers, scout rapids, or rest. Rapids may require “must make” moves above dangerous hazards. Scouting may be necessary the first time down. Risk of injury to swimmers is moderate to high, and water conditions may make self-rescue difficult. Group assistance for rescue is often essential but requires practiced skills. For kayakers, a strong rollis highly recommended. Rapids that are at the lower or upper end of this difficulty range are designated Class IV- or Class IV+ respectively.Crooked Chute Petawawa.jpg
Class V:
Expert
Extremely long, obstructed, or very violent rapids which expose a paddler to added risk. Drops may contain large, unavoidable waves and holes or steep, congested chutes with complex, demanding routes. Rapids may continue for long distances between pools, demanding a high level of fitness. What eddies exist may be small, turbulent, or difficult to reach. At the high end of the scale, several of these factors may be combined. Scouting is recommended but may be difficult. Swims are dangerous, and rescue is often difficult even for experts. Proper equipment, extensive experience, and practiced rescue skills are essential.

Because of the large range of difficulty that exists beyond Class IV, Class V is an open-ended, multiple-level scale designated by class 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, etc. Each of these levels is an order of magnitude more difficult than the last. That is, going from Class 5.0 to Class 5.1 is a similar order of magnitude as increasing from Class IV to Class 5.0.

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Class VI
Extreme and Exploratory Rapids
Runs of this classification are rarely attempted and often exemplify the extremes of difficulty, unpredictability and danger. The consequences of errors are severe and rescue may be impossible. For teams of experts only, at favorable water levels, after close personal inspection and taking all precautions. After a Class VI rapid has been run many times, its rating may be changed to an appropriate Class 5.x rating.Rhine falls.jpg

Brief Description


PhotoDescription
The White Water Rafting  in Kampar River.  Kampar River is rated to difficulty level of 2 - 4 and is approximately 7km long depending on the rainfall. This means that it is very suitable for beginners to moderate rafters. For the more experienced rafters, they would have it easy but the scenery surrounding the river is well worth the trip as well..

Overview


DepartureDurationInclusiveMin PaxAdult / Child / Single (MYR) Per Pax
06:00 am12:00 hoursEntrance Tickets2400.00 / 280.00 / 700.00



Note: 

For this package: 

  • Please bring extra set of clothes to change after rafting..
  • Touch Light.
  • Rubber Slipper or River Sandals or Lace-Up Shoes. or Sport Shoes can take in water when wet.
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Swimming attire or casual T-shirt preferable NOT white as when wet - see through
  • Casual shorts preferable NOT white as when wet - see through
  • Personal Medication - if any
  • Straps to secure your glasses - if you wear glasses
  • Goggles - if you wear contact lenses
  • Plastic bags for your wet clothes
  • Some drinking water
  • Water Proof Sling Bag for your handphone, wallet, camera, any sensitive items can contact with water.
  • Dry Towel

 

Inclusive:

  • 2 Way transfer from Kuala Lumpur to White Water Raftingy.
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Safety briefing by the Rafting Instructor.
  • Water Confidence
  • White Water Rafting
  • Rafting
  • Rafting Equipment

 

Exclusive:

  • Lunch

Terms and Conditions

  • Minimum must be at least 2 adults.
  • All price is nett excluding 6% GST.  All prices is subjected additional of 6% GST effectively started from April 1st, 2015 for all tour bookings and check in and out dates.
  • Please bring alone towel and spare clothing especially if you want do any of the activities such as swimming, banana boat, jet skiing, wind surfing, etc .
  • Tentative Itinerary subjected to change without prior warning due to many factors such as weather of the day, road conditions, etc
  • Pick-up and drop-off services from major hotels at Kuala Lumpur town center.
  • For other pick up and drop off services in other area outside Kuala Lumpur, additional surcharge be charge in accordingly.
  • Age of the Child would be from the age 3 years old to 11 years old.
  • Touring by air-conditioned mini van, van or bus coaches which largely depend on the group size.
  • Any unused services are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-deductible.
  • Full Charges apply to NO SHOW OR LAST MINUTES CANCELLATION
  • Postponements of Trip:  We need at least 3 working days for any changes or postponements before trip commence date.  Partially payment if cancellation 3 days before trip commence date.


Tentative Itinerary

Note: Times are approximate and only a rough guide.  The time spent will depend on the weather, water, waves, etc

TimeTentatively Schedule Activities
06:00 amPick up from major hotels at Kuala Lumpur area.  Meet your tour guide cum driver.
09:30 amArrive in Gopeng
10:00 amProceed to Gua Tempurung Caves for caving.
11:00 amWalking Through the Gua Tempurung Caves.
01:00 pmLunch On Your Own
02:00 pmActivities would be the following
  • Get to know the basic on Rafting.
  • Briefing on Safety by Experience Instructor.
  • More information on Water Confidence and White Water Rafting
  • Start Journey for about 7 kms which takes about 1.5 hours to 2 hours with 7- 9 rapids.
03:00 pmClean Up and End of tour and heading back to Kuala Lumpur.
06:00 pmArrive in Kuala Lumpur.

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Full Day Tour White Water Rafting Ex-KL

  • Brand: NKS
  • Product Code: Full Day Tour White Water Rafting Ex-KL
  • Reward Points: 700
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  • MYR400.00

  • Ex Tax: MYR400.00

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Tags: Full Day Tour Package, White Water Rafting, From Kuala Lumpur