Rafting in Georgia

Georgia is symbolized with ancient cities and snow-capped peaks of mountains; long sea coast, with a very picturesque landscape, and dense forests; mountain rivers and mineral springs; fertile valleys and deserts. Georgia conquers the hearts of all tourists, because everything is unique in this very beautiful country. Fast rivers, mountain streams are excellent places for rafting! Rafting in Georgia will appeal for either advanced rafters or beginners. The rafting season here lasts from the end of April to October. Active rest in Georgia will give you an unforgettable experience. Why do you need to choose a rafting tour in Georgia? … Continue reading

Why rafting on the Black Cheremosh River is more exciting than one on the Southern Bugh

Rafting on the Black Cheremosh is more extreme and exciting then, for example, rafting on the Southern Bugh. Although both rivers have rapids, the difference is obvious. The Black Cheremosh River is a mountain river and the Southern Bugh is plain one. The Black Cheremosh originates on the border between Ukraine and Romania in Chyvchynsky Mountains, 1680 meters high above the sea level. The White Cheremosh flows into the Black Cheremosh near Usteriky village, creating a river known as Cheremosh. The main sources of the river are rainfalls and melted snow.