What do you need to start your adventure?
Rafts and equipment
We use professional Gumotex rafts with the carrying capacity of up to 7 people, and an experienced river guide (skipper) assigned to each raft, responsible for the training and safety of the crew. The raft also contains a water-proof bag or boxes which can hold cameras or similar items. Each rafter also gets a paddle, a life jacket and a helmet.
Shoes and clothing
The choice of shoes and clothing depends on the season, the weather forecast and the temperature of the water. The first rule of rafting is to dress according to the temperature of water and not air – because you will surely get wet. Shorts, a t-shirt and a swimsuit are an ideal choice for this type of a pleasure trip. If the weather is cold or windy you will also get anoraks (waterproof raincoats).
Tennis shoes, sports sandals or neoprene shoes are an ideal choice for rafting excursions.
You should also have spare clothes and a dry towel which your hosts will bring to the end point of your rafting trip so you can change.
Sunglasses or prescription glasses should be attached to a string around your neck to prevent them from falling into the river – because once they do, there's no getting them back.
A camcorder or a camera??
You can bring your camera at your own risk. The rafts contain waterproof boxes and bags. We do not recommend bringing your camcorders into the rafts.
During the entire adventure you are accompanied by an experienced photographer with professional equipment, who will offer you a CD with unforgettable photos of your rafting tour as soon as you reach its final point.