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WHITEWATER RAFTING BOVEC
Whitewater rafting on the Soča river in Bovec is the most beautiful rafting trip in Slovenia. The crystal clear emerald water of the Soča river and surrounding landsape will leave you speechless.
It’s a great experience for friends, couples, families, solo travelers and other adventure lovers looking to spend a fun and active day outdoors surrounded by beautiful nature.
Even though you will have to paddle a little bit to manuever around rocks and waves, don’t worry about working too hard. The Soča river offers plenty of beautiful spots to have a short break and a refreshing swim, to regain energy for the next part of our rafting journey.
Our experienced local guides will teach you everything you need to know for a fun and safe trip.
If you would like to experience rafting on the Soča river to the fullest, you can choose the half-day rafting trip. We will start about 10 km upstream of the classic spot, which adds up to almost 20 km of rafting, surrounded by spectacular scenery.
WHAT TO KNOW
About 2,5 – 3 hours (5 hours for half day rafting trip).
March – October. Everyday at 10.00 and 14.30.
- Professional equipment in excellent condition.
- A professional licensed rafting guide with over 10 years of experience.
- Transfer to the river and back to our sports center or your hotel.
- FREE photos.
- Participants must be able to swim.
- Participants with any recent injuries must consult with us prior to attending the trip.
7 years (14 years at high water level).
Here at Nature’s Ways we care very much about customer satisfaction and the quality of our services, so don’t worry about being just another number in a group of 50 people or more. We only go rafting with small groups, so there’s usually one or two rafts per trip. This way people really get to enjoy the river so much more.
We only go rafting with small groups of people and we always try to plan our trips at times, when the river is less busy, to protect our environment and of course to make sure our guests can enjoy the beauty of the river.
Remember – on the river we are guests in someone else’s natural habitat. Birds, fish and other creatures live there. It is our job to leave the river in the same state as we found it and not cause any excessive noise or damage to animals and flora and fauna.