Rafting in Greece
To go rafting during a holiday in Greece, first of all, we need to learn how to swim. Moreover, you need and swordplay: a waterproof suit and lifejacket.
If you want to experience perilous journey on the boat, you should go to the rivers of the first or second degree of complexity.
Greece is a paradise for those who want to go rafting. The most popular places where you can go rafting are Central Greece, Epirus and the Peloponnese. It is a wonderful form of recreation for fans of fantastic adventures, thrills and adrenaline.
Thanks to wonderful places where you can get not only positive emotions from outdoor activities, but also the aesthetic pleasure from the surrounding beauty.
Loussios and Afios flows in the Peloponnese, so there are two wonderful route through the charming natural attractions of Arcadia. They are especially good for rafting.
Passage on the river rafting Erymanthos requires special attention and expertise. There are passages of the 3rd and 4th degree of difficulty on the way.
Tranquil waters of Aliakmonasa suites for beginners, while the Venetis in Grevena requires skills of an experienced athlete. The Pinios river has light and difficult routes. Voidomatis in Epirus will provide a welcome respite from the exhausting rowing, revealing an unusually beautiful landscape. The Angiti river near Serres is also very beautiful.