White Water Rafting

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White Water Rafting with CBA

When the river levels increase, it’s time to blow up the raft and get onto some white water (up to grade 4).

During the 9.21km of natural river, paddling on white and gently flowing water taking in the best drops on the Teifi. Working as a team with a trained guide, you’ll negotiate the cauldron, surf the wave in preparation for the steep drop finale of Henllan falls.

Rafting is one of the few team-based outdoor sports so it’s a popular choice for group activities and events. You don't need to be fit but you will need to paddle for 2 hours, you don't need any experience, you just need to hold on!

Available subject to water levels—for availability, call us or join our waiting list.

White Water Rafting Wales
White water rafting Teifi Wales
White water rafting Henllan Wales

Suggested age 10+ but you will know your little ones better

We provide you with:

All required safety equipment for your White water rafting Session.

Wetsuit (winter wetsuit all year to keep you nice and warm)

Buoyancy aid


(Wet suit hood, gloves, socks depending upon season ).

Qualified White water Rafting instructor

We would like you to bring:

Sensible footwear which will get wet (if you are unsure please ask). We recommend old trainers, we will bring a assortment of old ones but can not guarantee they will fit.


Bather's to go under the wetsuit

Sun cream (yes, even in Wales)

Camera (optional) We can not guarantee it will stay dry or safe.

We will arrange a shuttle at the start of the White water rafting session, leaving some vehicles at the end and some at the start.

Can we do the Activity in the rain?

Yes - White water rafting can be done in the rain.

Do White water rafting trips happen all year round?

Yes and No: All we need is water in the river this can happen all year it just depends upon the weather.

What happens if there is not enough water to raft?

If the water is to low the rapids we head down get to narrow for the rafts.

If this happens we change the session to White water tubing or kayak, which are narrow enough to head down the rapids and are great fun.

Alternatively we can still use the rafts on another section of river which is deeper, with it being deeper there are no rocks creating rapids.

Can we change our Activities?

Yes, you would just need to let us know in advance, and the more notice you give us the more flexible we can be.

Can I wear contact lenses or glasses?

Yes: people do where contact lenses and say its ok but I don't where them so just go on others word.

Glasses can be worn but its best to have a leash attached. If they fall off or get broken we can not be held responsible.

If they are important to your driving think wisely before taking on session.

What group sizes can you accommodate?

Large and small groups can be accommodated please contact us for more information.

Do we need to be able to swim?

No it is unnecessary for White water rafting, the main aim is to stay on board.

If you happen to fall in we provide you with enough floating equipment that you float.

Do you have equipment to fit all sizes?

Yes - we have a wide range of sizes in all of our equipment. Before you head out on your activities our Instructors will ensure that all equipment fits correctly and they'll make any necessary changes.

What if I have a medical condition?

Our Instructors are trained to deal with different situations, so we can easily accommodate people with diabeties, asthma, mild epilepsy, autism and more. Please contact us if you have any questions. If you require a waterproof container to bring medication please let us know in advance.


The Wetsuits are made out of Neoprene which is a synthetic rubber.

We clean the Wetsuits with disinfectant which:

  • Does NOT contain harmful Phenols, Aldehydes or Alcohol
  • Is NON-toxic, NON-staining, NON-tainting and a NON-irritant at all working dilutions
  • Is kind to the environment, as it is water-based and biodegradable
  • Is manufactured in the United Kingdom and efficacy tested by recognised UK laboratories

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