White Water Rafting (Dalaman River, Turkey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... remote location, and the fact that it is purely a stopgap it doesn't need to be. As the other guests arrived I noticed that most of them were German (Turkey seems to be a popular destination for the Germans) although there were some French, some Dutch and another English couple. With so many nationalities I was wondering how the briefing was going to work and thought we would get a leaflet to read. I was way off the mark as the guides, being multilingual, spoke to each nationality in their native tongue, which I thought was very impressive. After the briefing and the distribution of the rafting equipment we boarded mini buses for the driv... more
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by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 378 readings)
****White water rafting - Dalaman River, Turkey**** The white water rafting excursion is only available from May to October. November to April sees the river n full flow and, whilst the guides and locals will tackle the river in full flood, no guides will take out inexperienced tourists for safety reasons. It is possible to get transfers to the base from Marmaris (70 mins), Dalyan, (15 mins), Fethiye (90 mins), Gocek (35 mnis) and Gokova (40 mins). The tour operator will depend upon where you are staying but all of them will take you to the same white water rafting base. ****What you need to take**** For this excursion ... Read the complete review
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