Active recreation is growing in popularity every year, thanks to sedentary lifestyles. Not all tourists like walking, though. There aren't all of us who want to walk dozens of miles a day on narrow paths or pedal bikes. Water tourism is a great way out of this. There's nothing better than rafting on catamarans, rafts and kayaks in the fresh air, but with a touch of adrenaline.
Various reservoirs with different characteristics led to different types of watercraft being used for rafting. Among the popular areas of water tourism today are:
While rafting is considered extreme tourism, it's quite suitable for unprepared travelers, since you can go down not only a rough mountain, but also a calm plain river with a strong current but no rapids.
Every year, extreme water sports get more popular. This isn't just an active way to spend time – it's also:
The benefits of active water recreation can be listed for a long time, but it's better to experience it for yourself.
The variety of water routes makes it easy to relax, exercise, or have an extreme experience. The complexity of rafting affects the peculiarities of the body of water. Routes today fall into two categories:
Rafting is a great way to conquer the water element and have a good time. Depending on your training level, everyone can choose their own route.