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Rafting tha Sjoa River

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Beito Aktiv offers rafting tours on the white water river Sjoa. You can sign up for both family tours (from the age of 10) and the more challen­ging adult tours. They are designed as day trips with lunch. You don't have to have rafting experience, but you need to be a capable swimmer.

Family tours: This tour avoids the most challenging rapids. We take it easy and enjoy and learn about the incredible power of the river. We adjust the difficulty after the clients wishes and capabilities, and we emphasize the social aspect of the trip. Min. age is 10 years, and all participants have to be good swimmers. This trip also fits all who never have tried rafting before.

Adult tour: We will feel the river's power in different rapids. The tour is designed to challenge the river's powers, but there's still the possibility to adjust the difficulties according to the clients wishes. The highlight of this tour is jump off the cliffs in the wild and beautiful river Veo. Min. age is 16 years, and all participants have to be very good swimmers.

Combi trip: This tour combines rafting and river board and represents a complete water action adventure. Min. age is 16 years, and all participants have to be very good swimmers.

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Beito Aktiv offers rafting tours on the white water river Sjoa. You can sign up for both family tours (from the age of 10) and the more challen­ging a...

Rafting tha Sjoa River

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