Rafting is an outdoor activity that uses an inflatable raft to conquer the wildest rapids in the mighty river. Together with your fellow adventure seekers you will navigate your raft through rough water while being at full mercy of the river’s wrath. Experience the strength of river at the fullest.
During the raft you will also have plentiful opportunities to see the beautiful rock formations carved out by the water itself. Rafting is suitable for everyone; however take into account that young children have to be supervised. On this page you will find the best operators per geographic location, they will guide you along the way. Do you dare to emulate the mighty river?
Most rivers are rated on a “class” scale to help you determine the size and technicality of the whitewater:
Class 1 / 2: Calm water with easy rapids, waves up to one meter tall that are readily seen, and wide channels that can be discovered without scouting. Some maneuvering is required during this little rock and roll.
Class 3 / 4: Waves slightly higher than one meter and narrow passages that send the boat shimmying and water gushing over it’s sides. Plenty of excitement. Class 4 includes long, difficult rapids, narrow passages, turbulent water that requires precise maneuvering and sends hearts racing.
Class 5 / 6: All of the above and then some - large, complex, gushing rapids, twisting, and spinning to deliver the consummate adrenaline rush. Class 6 is the extreme “un-runnable” rivers or waterfalls. Only the most expert should attempt this - usually seen in extreme kayak videos, etc.