|Season (13 May 2021 - 17 Oct 2021)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:30|
This family rafting tour is perfect for families or groups with under 15 year olds, or for those who consider class 4 rafting to be a bit too scary.
We usually take both large, steady rafts, and small 2-man Duckies, for those who want more challenge. In high water we only use big rafts. Either way we promise a lot of water and fun for everyone!
Location – Vosso River:
Vosso is a famous salmon river with a long history of fishing. This river runs from Voss to Evanger on the way to Bergen. The tour starts off in flat water and follows the flow downstream for about 7 km, passing sections of gentle rapids with waves and whirlpools. We make some stops where it is possible to jump into the water and swim like a salmon! The trip ends at Evanger where refreshments await.
Daily departures at 09:30 and 14:30
Meeting point: Voss Active, Nedkvitnesvegen 25, 5710 Skulestadmo
Shuttle bus from bus stop at Voss bus terminal 30 minutes before your rafting trip starts. Must be pre-booked. Shuttle bus round trip costs NOK 55. pr. person.
The trip takes about 3 hours base to base and consists of about 1.5 hours on the river
Warm, homemade lunch in our restaurant at 13.00 can be pre-booked.
Bring swimming suits/shorts and towel for showers. Wool underwear shirt is recommended if cold
All equipment is included (wetsuit, lifejacket, helmet and neoprene shoes)
The trip is suitable for everyone with normal health and happy in water, even if you can`t swim. Children from 5 years.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults 15+||NOK830.00 per person|
|Children under 15||NOK620.00 per person|
Prices may be subject to change.
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