Body Rafting Cawang Lama Kab. Rejang Lebong, Zero Point Tour

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Hi,. Where do you usually go on vacation, Nikekuko friends? Beach, mountain, or culinary adventure?

If you're tired of the same old vacation, try some extreme activities. For example, white water rafting or rafting. An outdoor activity that combines educational, social, and adventure components.

Nusantara has many of the best rafting spots for beginners and experts alike. You can try some of them to brighten up your holiday. Cawang Lama Village, Rejang Lebong Regency, Bengkulu Province, is also developing tourism potential by attracting tourists with the swift current of the Musi Kejalo River. Beautiful views and fresh air await you at this rafting location.

Furthermore, the Musi Kejalo River has a large amount of water discharge, and the water conditions are relatively clean and stable throughout the year. The best place to experience rafting in a unique way. The rafting here is done with tires rather than a raft or inflatable boat, and is known as body rafting.

Residents who visit this tourist attraction, he claims, are charged only Rp. 5,000 for motorcycle parking, Rp. 15,000 for cars, and Rp. 10,000 for tire rental.

When met at the location, Yongky, the head of hamlet 8 Cawang Lama Village, Selupu Rejang District, stated that the tourist site they are developing was once a traditional stone quarry owned by local residents, but has not been operating for several years.

"Rindu Hati Tourism Village in Central Bengkulu Regency taught us. Nearly identical natural conditions exist. Since this year, we have begun to transform the Musi Kejalo River's tourism potential into a tubing or swimming area," he stated.

"We merely withdraw this fee to cover the cost of cleaning. On holidays, the number of visitors might approach hundreds; they come from different Rejang Lebong neighborhoods as well as from Palembang, Bengkulu, Lubuklinggau, and even Jambi. There have been a lot of tourists since the Arum Jeram tour opened, thus the system for supplying facilities needs to be enhanced. Thirteen vendors offer meals to those who are hungry or thirsty. resulting from the use of human resources found locally.

In addition to planting coffee and cultivating rice fields, each stall has 10 tires that can be rented out for Rp. 10,000, which benefits the local economy, according to Ayu's mother, a stall dealer. While there are lots of tourists on Sundays and other significant holidays, most visitors arrive in the late afternoon on non-holiday/work days. To add to your comfort, don't forget to wear mountain sandals because the area is full of rocks that may cause your feet's soles to get slightly painful.