The Halo Lab team went on a rafting tour. Rafting can be defined as an extreme and safe type of leisure. During rafting you will repeatedly overcome the most difficult rapids while you learn how to row on a catamaran and raft, and properly overcome water obstacles.
While water rising boat is swiftly carried by a turbulent stream. Frothy waves cover your head, raft swings over high propeller shafts. Rafting charges, and even in wet diving suit you will feel eagerness to raft again and again on the rapids.
The complexity of rafting routes increases gradually: training alloys help beginners to adapt to catamaran, and more experienced tourists recall forgotten after winter skills; those who are already acquainted with the River could always find something new for explosion of emotions: training and rafting on inflatable kayaks, kayaking basics, overkeel; whenever the weather works in our favor, when it is sunny, is great; when it is rainy, the water rises and you’ll get additional amount of emotion and adrenaline.
You’ve come to Ukraine on your vacations and want to try whitewater rafting but have no time for a multi-day rafting tour? There is a way out. Come for one day in the Carpathians where our rafting-camp “Tourclub” is located and take part in a 1- or 2-hour rafting tour on the Black Cheremosh River with rapids of II-III categories of complexity. The routes along the rivers are made for the tourists with different requirements. There are trips with various difficulty levels – from I to IV inclusive.
The Cheremosh river is provided by the team of experienced guides confirmed by “Tourclub” every year. Their professional skills reaching high results in various competitions on the Black Cheremosh, Southern Bug and other rivers of Ukraine, high-quality equipment, helmets and life jackets and a detailed safety briefing before rafting. Usually, catamaran crew consists of instructor and 3 – 5 tourists. Raft capacity is 4 – 8 tourists excluding instructor.
Carpathian rafting tours are available for participants over 12 years old. If you are not a new-comer in rafting, we recommend joining their spring tour that combines rafting on three mountain rivers: Black Cheremosh, White Cheremosh and Prut. Most of the mountain rivers of the region are accessible for tourists.
The best time to go through rivers of the Carpathians is the end of April and the beginning of May when melting snow swells them with lots of water. Some of them like river Prut, the Black Cheremosh, the White Cheremosh and its small tributaries are only accessible during those few spring days. River Tysa and the Cheremosh are accessible for rafting throughout the warm season – from April to October.
Depending on season, type of equipment and routes the Carpathian rivers are considered to have the third category of complexity with elements of V. The Carpathian rivers can be wonderful for off-season training with some of its parts having the highest category of difficulty.
Rafting on a River is the best vacation for those who want to get a full set of emotions and adrenaline blast!