For rafting activities; we offer free parking at our raft Base & Starting Point for the Sava River or we offer direct pick-up at your accommodation in Bled.
Other activities meeting points can be organised upon booking.
All of our activities differ in duration/time. You can check the durations on the price list or directly at the trip description.
For water activities, adventurers only need to bring their swimsuit and a towel. We provide all other equipment. We also recommend sunscreen and water. (Just be careful not to put sunscreen on your forehead, as it runs into your eyes when you get wet!)
Yes, you can! Wearing your glasses on a rafting trip comes with the risk of loosing or breaking them, so bring them at your own risk... we also have string that we can secure to your person for added safety.
We provide all the necessary equipment. This includes a neoprene wetsuit & shoes, life jacket, helmet, paddles, raft, and most importantly - the Guide! In case of cold weather, we will also offer an extra whitewater jacket.
We also take photos for you to re-live your amazing experience with us ;)
Our rafts are made for 6-8 people + your guide. So if you are booking the trip alone or just with a couple of friends you will get more team members to raft with you.
Yes! Every raft has a fun, experienced and qualified raft guide...
It is not possible for anyone to completely guarantee your safety in white water rafting. It is important which company you choose for your rafting trip. We have been rafting on the rivers around Bled since 1991. By using equipment that suits commercial rafting standards, having highly and internationally experienced guides and with communication systems and first aid on the water we do our best to ensure safety when you are rafting with us.
The classification of white water goes from Class I to Class V. Class I means the easiest and Class V means the hardest rapids for commercial rafting. Rafting in Bled on the Sava Dolinka river is classified as grade II-III which means easy to intermediate. Sava Bohinjka River is a bit more demanding with also some Class IV rapids.
Yes, of course. Knowing how to swim when attending rafting is handy, but not essential. Since you are wear buoyancy aid or PFD (personal flotation device) you will stay on the surface even if you do not know how to swim.
The rivers we use for rafting are manly fed by snow-melted water, so you can expect low water temperatures. As low as 10 degrees Celsius on the Sava Dolinka River and 14 degrees on Sava Bohinjka River.
For sky activities you need to bringshoes that will not fall off (ideally some type of athletic shoes) and some warm clothes.