You can choose between an intense trip that really tests the river's forces, or a family trip through easier rapids.
Although rafting is a thrilling experience for the individual, it also demands co-operation. The level of difficulty of each trip determines age limits and the degree of physical stamina required of the participants.
Safety is a primary issue for the organisers of these trips, so they provide the necessary equipment such as helmets, wetsuits, and life vests. Participants must bring their own wool sweaters, wool underwear and thick woollen socks.
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