In the foot of the mountains of Davao, there lies rivers that have clear-water that trickles down perfect for rafting. White Water Rafting is a fun challenge to give yourself. Why is it a challenge? Because the rushing waters really push you to heighten your senses to be aware of your surroundings and of course if you travel in groups, either with friends, family or workmates, this is an interesting way to test your cooperation. With the many stages of rafting in this river, all of which have their own peak moments and highlights, it sure to be an activity that keeps you feeling exhilarated. But the fun doesn’t end there, try to keep a close eye during your trip because you’ll see many animals around the area too.
We only get to live once, so it is always great to try everything at least just once, and White Water Rafting in Davao is must-try.
- Food and Water during the tour
- Experienced Guides
- Photos and Video clips during the tour
Reminders Before Going Rafting
- River rafting is considered an extreme outdoor activity and will require participants some physical efforts and to follow the guides instruction.
- Wear light clothing and rubber shoes or sandals with straps. Apply sun protection during sunny weather.
- No smoking, alcohol, or chewing during rafting.
- No loose items like jewelries, or dentures. Expensive watches, eye wears and non-waterproof items are discouraged during rafting.
- Bottled water is provided during rafting. Bringing extra bottled waters is encouraged.
- River rapids on this part of the Davao River are classified as Class 3 – 4. The stretch of the rafting area is 13-km.
- All participants are required to participate in the safety briefing before the start of the rafting.