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- Min 6 people
- Max 40 people
- Team Fun
If you like the outdoors there is nothing better to blow the cobwebs off than some adventure based activities; white water rafting, canyoning, river bugging, river duckies or abseiling.
White Water Rafting
One of the most thrilling water activities created. White water rafts are designed to handle everything the river can throw at them. Your team will work with one of our experienced guides to navigate the rapids. These rapids come in a grade from 1 (flat, scenic) to 5 (high adventure). You will have access to a choice of rivers from the fun and bouncy (Grade 2 &3) to the might of a Grade 3, 4 or 5. The choice is yours ..
If you prefer you can jump, swim, walk or even abseil down the river when taking part in canyoning. A very different activity that sees you work with our highly trained guides to descend through gorges or canyons. Throughout the trip you will get the chance to jump, scramble and swim in amazing natural beauty. Adrenaline will flow and excitement will be had.
If you looking for something that resembles an inflatable armchair to whip you through the rapids then look no further. River bugging is high energy, adrenaline fueled excitement. A team of buggers work with our highly trained river bugging guides to see every nook and crany the river has to offer. If rafting is the 4x4s of the river, then bugging is the low profile sports cars, you will feel and see everything like never before. Excitement guaranteed.
A cross between a white water raft and a kayak, a river duckie is an excellent and exciting way to experience the river under your own control. Navigate the rapids and experience the thrill of being the captain of your own Duckie. Each Duckie sits two and each trip is guided by one of experienced guides from a kayak.
What goes up must come down, experience thrill of being at height in a secure and safe environment. Our experts will guide and assist you as you lower yourself down a vertical rock-face. Experience the weightlessness, the adrenaline rush of going over the edge and don’t forget to take in the views.