Worldwide Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater Rafting

Worldwide Whitewater Rafting

Welcome to our world of whitewater rafting. Morocco Rafting and Adventures is owned by the world's premier international whitewater rafting company, Water By Nature. Rafting the Ahansel River in Morocco was pioneered by us along with a number of other rivers in Morocco, but there is a whole world of rivers out there from the Grand Canyon to the Zambezi. Read on as we outline, some of the best river trips in the world where we hope to see you rafting with us after your Moroccan rafting trip.



6-16 days

6 - 16 people

From £895

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The Zambezi River


The Zambezi River in Zambia is one of the best known rivers for the biggest and best rapids in the world. Many have experienced the day trip, but it is on a 4 and 7 day trip that the biggest rapids are found such as Open Season, Upper Moemba and Ghostrider. Other rapids include Stairway to Heaven, Gullivers Travels, Oblivion and The Mother. On a multiday you'll be afforded a spectacular helicopter flight out at the end of the trip with a flight over Victoria Falls. Although the river has a fearsome reputation, it is a trip for beginners under the guidance of the right guides. Spectacular beaches and wildlife are evident on this trip with the 7 day allowing paddlers to see hippo and crocodiles at close range as well as prolific birdlife. Best season is August until November for the river, weather and wildlife.

The Grand Canyon, Colorado River


Possibly the most famous of all river trips is the Colorado River below Lake Powell. From the put in at Lees Ferry to the take out at Diamond Creek paddlers are not only rewarded with world class rapids such as Lava, Hermit, Granaite, Upset, Crystal, Horn Creek and the Gems, but rafters are rewarded with spectacular hikes to amazing waterfalls, archaeological ruins and awe inspiring vistas of the Grand Canyon. As each trip is self sufficient for the 14 day 226 mile river vacation, participants get to eat amazing food and stay on gorgeous beaches each and every night. Motor boats do run down the river in 7 days but we recommend the purist way of running the river by paddle and aor power... why hurry! Ideal season is April and May.

The Coruh River, Turkey


2011 IS THE FINAL YEAR TO RAFT THE CORUH RIVER DUE TO A DAM BEING CONTRUCTED. Set in the east of the country in the Kackar Mountains lies the gorgeous Coruh River (Ch-o-roo) This is agreed by guides to be in one of ther top 3 rivers in the world for whitewater in May and June when the water is at the highest. In July the river is an excellent family trip. What makes the trip special is the big volume steep nature of the river, you feel like you are on a continuous roller coaster. Add this to the very friendly locals, the amazing Georgian and Byzantine castles along the riverbank, amazing food, make this the ideal trip. Do it before its too late.

The Tamur River, Nepal


The Tamur River is a classic expedition rafting trip in the east of Nepal. The trip is accessed either by a long 24 hour bus (or preferable 1 hour flight) to Biratnagar, where normally the team heads over the Himalayan foothills to Hile and the start of an amazing 4 day hike to the river. Along with around a 100 local farmres who carry everything from rafts to cooler boxes, this region of Nepal is gorgeous. Walk through Rhododendron forests and along spectaculat ridges with immense views of the Kachengunga, Makalu and Everest. Once at the river in Dobhan, the river begins with intensity with rapids coming thick and fast for the first 2 days. You'll get amazing expansive, untouched sandy beaches to sleep on at night, which is a bonus to rafting a remote expedition like the Tamur. The last day of rapids down into the Sun Kosi is spectaculat, before you fly back to Kathmandu. Best months are Late October for this trip.

Rio Futaleufu, Chile


Set in the heart of Patagonia, the Rio Futaleufu is no ordinary river. The turquise water comes from Los Alerces National Park in Argentina and gives rise to some of the best whitewater on earth. The lush forested hillsides frame the spectacular surrounding mountains and glaciers giving amazing views all season. The Futaleufu is split into different sections, Bridge to Bridge, Bridge to Casa, Terminator section and Inferno Canyon. It allows a natural progression each day (water level permitting) to run harder and harder sections each and every day. Each night you get to relax at a lovely camp and soak in a hot tub, beer or wine in hand. In addition to the rafting, horse riding, mountain biking, yoga, fly fishing and ducky trips can be arranged. The best season is December until March.

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