Adrenaline White Water Rafting on Soča River, Bovec, Slovenia

Adrenaline White Water Rafting on Soča River, Bovec, Slovenia
Description
City of excursion Bovec
Country Slovenia
Starting at: $55

Get an adrenaline boost and explore the beautiful Soča River in the most adventurous way possible on a whitewater rafting experience. Navigate the bubbly rapids with the help of an experienced guide and take a dip in the emerald water. Rafting is a sport where you can explore deep emerald pools, spot Soča trout, and marvel at magnificent peaks surrounding the river.

The classic Boka-Trnovo route contains easy as well as more challenging rapids. It’s an 8km long descent with the starting point close to the 106 m high Boka waterfall. The descent with the big raft starts in a calmer section and in 1,5 h rafting adventure you experience also rapids class IV. For the rafting adventure, you would spend 3 h in total with changing and transportation.

You will start your trip in our agency located in the centre of Bovec. You will be kindly asked to sign a waiver form and be introduced to the guide. He will give you all the necessary equipment, we will jump in the car with our driver and go to the starting point of the river. There we will change into our swimming suit and start with the safety instructions. After practising the basic technic, we start our rafting descent. When we finish our trip, our driver is waiting for you and as soon as we change back into our dry clothes, we start the drive back to the office where we check out the pictures of the trip and say our farewells till next time.

 

Key info

Duration: 1,5h on the river, 3 h altogether
Boat type: big raft (up to 8pc)
Drive: 10 – 20 min
Section: Boka-Trnovo (8km)
Level of difficulty: I-IV
What you need: bathing suit, towel, dry underwear to change, sun cream (We advise to wear your swimming suit before your arrival at the office)

 

Limitations: Who can’t attend the Rafting trip?

Pregnant women
People shorter than 120cm
People with mobility impairments
People with back problems and other psychophysical injuries
Non-swimmers
Kids younger than 6 years 
People under the influence of drugs or alcohol