What is rafting?
From the once famous whitewater rafting on the Tara and Drina Rivers, we have now come to rafting.
Rafting is going down the river in a rubber boat, specially made for wild waters.
Rafting is primarily conceived as a good time on the river – a combination of beauty, adrenaline, adventure, rest, fun, pleasure, camaraderie, attractions, positive energy, a return to untouched nature…- and all of this helps us to fully feel the beauty of nature and see what only the old rafters knew.
You do not need any experience to participate in rafting.
Rafting guides are experienced paddlers, excellent connoisseurs of wild waters. With them, you will experience unforgettable moments and completely confusing feelings during rafting in an attractive and unusual way – from hysterical euphoria to blissful calmness.
Rafting boats are made of extremely resistant multi-layer rubber and have several separate air chambers. The length of the boat is between 3 and 6 meters. Today’s rafting boats are modern rafts and the main difference from the old rafts is that they are much lighter and have a shallow draft which makes them much more mobile. In the 1980s, rafting boats with a hollow bottom for self-discharge of water were made, which made them even more mobile and easier to manage.
Today, rafting is one of the most popular forms of active vacation.
Equipment for rafting!
We have the most modern equipment for rafting, certified and produced by well-known world manufacturers, so that we guarantee maximum safety on rafting.
All rafting participants are required to wear: safety helmet, safety vest and paddle.
Depending on the weather conditions, you have at your disposal: long or short neoprene suits, neoprene boots or slippers, waterproof jackets or raincoats.
When is the rafting organized?
We organize rafting throughout the year. Each rafting is diametrically different from any previous one – NOTHING CAN BE REPEATED TWICE – because the water level is constantly changing.
Depending on the water level, rafting can be divided into several stages:
- Extreme rafting – high water level caused by sudden melting of snow from the mountains, as well as spring and autumn rains (April, October, November).
- Adrenaline rafting – water level that raises adrenaline to the maximum (May, June)
- Tourist rafting – the joy of socializing and rafting is a combination for a beautiful adventure on Tara (July, August, September).
- Winter rafting – the water level is not high, but the weather conditions are for those who are healthily and physically ready for such conditions (December, January, February and March).
What is the rafting offer?
- Rafting for individuals, friends, buddies or families.
- Rafting of business associates or a business meeting with additional activities
- TEAM BUILDING – rafting in which we learn and practice teamwork in various ways. Team building rafting with additional activities contributes to the strengthening of teamwork and thus to the success of joint work and ventures.
The mutual dependence of team members leads to better coordination of individuals and the understanding that they can do little alone, but as a team they can overcome even the most difficult obstacles. On team building rafting, you will learn more about each other and find a balance of the qualities of different people more easily. Not everyone can be good at rowing, but that’s why others are quicker to build a fire, prepare a meal, some are good at telling jokes, or playing the guitar.
With the good organization of all these individual qualities and the mutual respect of individuals, we got a successful group or IDEAL BUILDING TEAM.
Our goal is for you to have a great time, a time to remember, and when you return home, you want to tell everyone what you experienced.
What to bring on a rafting trip?
- Personal documents: passport or identity card – upon arrival at the camp, hand over the documents to the rafting organizer,
- If you are coming to rafting in July, August or September, wear sporty clothes: a tracksuit, sweatshirt, T-shirt, sneakers or sandals, etc., and if you are coming to rafting in May or June, be sure to bring warm clothes and a warm jacket.
- Bring a towel to dry off after rafting,
- Personal hygiene products,
- Men will swim in briefs or shorts, and girls in costumes – which you wear under a rafting neoprene suit,
- Cameras that we store during rafting in protective boxes for safety reasons.