'' You can't jump twice in the same river, because neither the river is the same ... nor the man. " Heraclitus But you can learn to paddle through the waves and currents in the most fun way to know the course of a river.
Crossing a river by rafting boat, you experience the power and beauty of the water, the adrenaline of the waves but also the satisfaction of the team spirit. The mountain rivers run through picturesque landscapes with gorges, forests and lakes that you have the opportunity to admire from the different angle of the rafting boat. The International Rafting Federation classifies rivers into 6 degrees: 1 is the most accessible category without fast waters, 6 being the most difficult grade with very fast waters, rocks and complex water structures.
Nera: the longest gorges in Romania, difficulty level 2, spectacular landscapes, special flora and fauna; less adrenaline, more food for the soul.
Jiu: the river with the longest annual season with practicable flow; flow function, degree of difficulty 2 - 4; technical passages, adrenaline, foamy waves, guaranteed fun
Cerna: depending on the water flow, it can have sections from 2 to 4, having as specific very clean water, light passages succeeding the technical ones, intense action
Crișul Repede: a quiet tour, grade 2, wild, special landscapes, in Cheile Vadul Crișului, limestone vertical walls