White Water Rafting

Another of nature's gifts to Turkey are its rivers. They provide perfect conditions for canoeing and rafting. Dalaman River is one of the most popular rivers which offers rafting opportunities for those who want to discover wild nature, breathtaking scenery and adventure. All equipment and necessary information is provided by the professional rafting team which consist of international experts who will be accompanying you. It's an exhilarating experience!

Tour Program

  • Departure from Sarigerme
  • Arriving to Beyobası
  • Join into Our Groups
  • Information about rafting
  • Breakfast in Restaurant
  • Rafting in Dalaman River
  • Lunch
  • Return to Sarigerme

What's Included

  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • Rafting equipments
  • Professional guiding

PRICE EXCLUDES

  • Drinks
  • Photography & Filming services

NEEDS TO BRINGS

  • Swimwear
  • Towel
  • Sun glasses
  • Sun Cream
  • Money for extras

More Information

Archaically named Indos, the Dalaman River was once the border between the ancient civilizations of Caria and Lycia. With its ever-flowing whitewaters, awe-inspiring wilderness, beautiful canyons and ancient remains, the venue provides a perfect backdrop for this heart-pounding activity. The river offers plenty of rapids ranging from 2 to 4 ( grade 6 being the most challenging ).

Towards the end, half a mile before our base, rafts pass under an ancient bridge which gives its name to the village of Akkopru ( The White Bridge ). At this moment you may throw yourself to the waters and let the river carry you home. If you pay enough attention, you will see the ancient scripture on the bridge, saying: "How lucky man I am, to have built this wonderful bridge over this enchanting river..."

Over 3 hours of non-stop adrenalin rush climaxes with a well deserved hearty meal. And when you arrive back in Marmaris, you may not have energy left for clubbing, but it will be a day you never forget.

    Excursion Days Everyday
    Price £50
    Excursion Time Dep: 08:30 Ret: 17:30
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