Regulations, equipment


  • Listen carefully to the skipper’s directions on in-boat conduct at the rafting start. This is necessary because of your personal safety and the safety of other crew members during the ride.
  • The skipper has the right to exclude rafting participants if their behaviour poses a threat to others or if they are under the influence of alcohol.
  • Should you fall from the raft, listen to the skipper’s directions on how to get back. In addition, wait for the skipper’s directions outside the boat when crossing the cascades or rapids. Otherwise you are deemed responsible for your own safety.


Required equipment:

  • dry-land clothing
  • tracksuit, sneakers
  • bathing suit, towel
  • T-shirts with short and long sleeves (for colder nights)


Equipment you receive for rafting:

  • neoprene suit and shoes
  • anorak
  • life jacket
  • helmet and oar


Once the rafting ends, all participants must wash the equipment in water and return it in the state they received it.