Rafting is an adventure that will wake up all your senses. An adrenaline experience, which includes avoiding rocks, overcoming rapids, discovering one’s own limits and enjoying time in nature, is appropriate for all generations.
Experience involves rafting on wild waters in ordinary (6 to 8 persons) or adventure rafts (2 to 3 persons). The difference is that the larger boat is managed by an experienced guide and a group of 6 to 8 people help him paddle. Adventure rafts are managed by you and the guide accompanies you in a kayak and guides you where to ride the boat.
Rafting takes place on the upper part of the Sava Bohinjka River. Sava Bohinjka River is quite suitable for rafting with ordinary rafts especially during the spring and autumn, only exceptionally in July or August. Adventure rafts do not require such high water level, therefore, the programme can be performed during the summer.
Rafters use the adventure rafts. These are suitable for two or three persons. The rafting guide will only direct you and tell you on which side of the river you have to paddle.
Rafting instructors will chose appropriate neoprene suit, shoes and life vests. You will be driven by a shuttle to the entry point and taken back to the starting point when the rafting tour is ended.