Taman Negara Eco Escapade: Rapids Shooting at Taman Negara

It was scorching hot and humid throughout our visit to Kg. Dedari. We were practically drenched with our own sweat, but there was no time for shower before our next activity; shooting the rapids.

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The traditional boat is once again used for rapids shooting.

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All set and ready to go

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It is an activity where the boat will cruise against the stream.

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Tough ride for some, but it was fine for me and my family.

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Playing with the water while the boat is still moving.

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Racing with another boat while going against the river stream.

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Well, good that we did not shower as we ended up soaking wet, and not even our undergarments were spared.

Nevertheless, it is one of the exhilirating activity that is not to be miss if you’re in Taman Negara. It is not only fun, but adrenaline enducing as well.

Our trip was sponsored by Han Travel/Han Rainforest Resort and MITA. Han Travel provides one of the best transportation and accommodation arrangement to Taman Negara, so look them up for fuss free experience in Taman Negara at an affordable price.

You can also visit www.rainforestresort.net for more information.

Apart from reading this blog, the updates on our trip can be looked up on social media like Facebook and Instagram by using the official hashtag #GoDomestic #dekatje #mitatourismfair and my personal hashtag #ellietravels #kembaradekatje and #kembarabayau.