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Salmon Safari

Salmon Safari Photo: Mo Laksegård
Salmon Safari Photo: Mo Laksegård
Salmon Safari Photo: Mo Laksegård
Salmon Safari Photo: Mo Laksegård
Salmon Safari
This is a chance to see wild salmon in their right element, free.  You will never forget this once in a lifetime experience.

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An extraordinary experience of nature, floating in the Suldalslågen river. Through a half hour course you will learn how to act when floating in the current down the river, as well as everything about security. Qualified and experienced instructors will lead the group. One of them will join you in the water; the other will stay behind the group paddling a canoe. We will try out the survival suits and all the equipment in the swimming pool at Mo Laksegard before entering the river. Once in the water the current will take us down the river. Through the diving mask you are able to study the wild salmon in their natural element.

This is a chance to literally feel the "strong" river on your body for approx. 2,5 km. To see wild salmon in their right element, free, you will never forget. This river is well known for its big salmon that can be up to 20 kg.
You don't catch the salmon - you swim with them!

Equipment:
Survival suit, diving mask and snorkel will be
provided from Mo Laksegard.
T-shirt and shorts is required. During winter
Mo Laksegard will provide an extra warm suit.
Duration: 2,5 hours included safety training (not including transportation time).
Recommended no.: Minimum 6 and up to 30 pax.
Location: Mo Laksegard is situated at Sand in Ryfylke, on the riverbank of the famous salmon river Suldalslågen.
Communication: Local express boat from Stavanger takes about 1,5 hours.
The guests will be picked up at the harbour, 5 min. transfer. With chartered boat, the journey takes about 1 hour from Stavanger.
Swimming skills required!

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Salmon Safari

An extraordinary experience of nature, floating in the Suldalslågen river. Through a half hour course you will learn how to act when floating in the cu...

Salmon Safari

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