Rafting – Alterra Village

Rafting

Maximum adventure with river rafting in Jarabacoa for everyone.

About The Activity

There aren’t many places to experience real river rafting in the Caribbean. But in the Dominican Republic, our high altitude mountain towns are blessed with fresh water rivers flowing down with sufficient force from high summits. A river rafting excursion along the Yaque del Norte—the longest river in the Caribbean—departing from Jarabacoa, is an unforgettable experience to be added to your bucket list of adventures around the country.

While available year round, rafting is best done during the summer months, when the water levels are sufficiently high for an authentic experience.

Maximum adventure with river rafting in Jarabacoa for everyone. Hop on a raft and enjoy the cool waters of the Yaque del Norte River, the longest in the Caribbean. In the company of professional guides, you will go through canyons and rapids to the feel of an adrenaline rush. You will discover places unknown to most. Action, nature, a once-in-a lifetime adventure.

OUR EXPERIENCED STAFF
Our long time experienced staff will instruct you on the correct use of the equipment and safety rules and regulations so that everyone can enjoy this thrilling excursion without any incident.

BREATHTAKING SCENERIES
Ride down the Yaque del Norte river and enjoy the breathtaking views from inside the canyon which you can only experience while on one of our rafts.

DISCOVER THE THRILL OF THE RAPIDS
Feel the excitement as the adrenaline flows through you veins while you go down some of the most impressive rapids ” the unforgettable Tyson rapids” on this river. and find out why we nicknamed them that way, and have fun!

Price

US$ 50.00 per Person

(Taxes included)

Duration

Approximately 4 hours

Available

Every Day from 8am to 8pm

Max Persons

4 Persons per trip

Departing From

Rancho Baiguate 10:00 am

What to bring

Swimsuit

Water shoes

Towel

Set of extra dry cloth

Restrictions

Basic training

Wetsuit

Life-Jacket

Protective Helmet

Breakfast, Snack and Lunch

Terms

Must know how to swim

Over 12 years of age

Restrictions

Must know how to swim

Perfect health, mental and good physical conditions

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