Rafting- a river sport where a group of people (4 – 10 persons) descends river rapids in rubber boats, for the excitement, adventures and good company. Rafting, even though considered an extreme sport, is primarily a recreational sport. Rafting boats (“inflatables” or “rafts”) are made of extremely resistant multi-layer rubber and have several separate air chambers. Usually, the raft also has a steersman (“skipper”), who sits on the stern of the raft and with a rudder or, more often, with an oar, navigates and directs the raft through the rapids.
Kayak- a small boat propelled by human power. It usually has a covered deck. It is moved with a double bladed paddle. The native Ainu, Aleut and Eskimo hunters in sub-Arctic regions of northeastern Asia, North America and Greenland, used the kayak. Modern kayaks are made in a variety of designs and materials for special purposes.
One-day rafting, 30 km long, from the Second Camp to Radovan Luka, with jeep safari ride from Radovan Luka to Žabljak. A tour of Ljutica, ...View More
Boarding directly below the dam of the hydro-electric plant Bajina Bašta. Cruising along the most attractive part of the river Drina...View More
River Drina is 346 km long, and is formed when rivers Tara and Piva merge into it at Šćepan Polje in Montenegro. It flows through Mont...View More