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Had a great guide named Ibrahim who was welcoming and spoke 4 different languages. Although he's been doing this for nearly 20yrs he made it feel like the first time and didn't look bored. He knew how many were in the group and everything was well organised from the time we arrived until we returned to the camp. Ibrahim knew the river so well and navigated us expertly. The food back at camp was good and considering the price for the day it was well worth it. We were allowed to jump off a platform near the end which was great fun, even little kids were allowed to do it, something impossible in the UK! The scenes down the river were just amazing and we even swam in the calmer areas too. Water so fresh and clear. You can also do ziplining halfway down but we chose to have a break and dry off. Be sure to bring suitable footwear (rubber shoes) not flip flops but you can buy it all at the camp site too. We had to buy some footwear but ended up using it for quad biking too. Well recommend
What a great way to see Turkey's countryside and have fun at the same time. Although I booked with Kolibri, I went with Fortune Rafting as it is the end of season and bookings are merged due to lack of numbers. It took longer to get to Koprulu Canyon than I thought, about 2.5 hours with a few pick ups. It is carried out quite leisurely with a break on the way and a break when we got there. We were equipped with life jacket and helmet and then taken to our start point. It was too warm for wetsuits (but I could have done with one at places in the canyoning; the water can be very cold at places), The canyoning was about and hour and the rafting was about 2 hours. The hour went quickly, with walking climbing, swimming and jumping into the canyon. We were picked up and taken to the rafting start point. There were many rapids during the two hours to enjoy and the water fights with other rafters were not only fun but a great way to cool down. The views were simply amazing.
Was contacted prior to confirm hotel pickup/time. 1.5hr drive from Lara Beach but don’t let this put you off!! The location was beautiful, we took fantastic photographs. The hosts themselves (spoke great English) were sooo fun and it really made a difference! Good photographs were taken, with the possibility of a video to be bought also, you can also buy/rent shoes as your feet will get wet and closed shoes are a must! I am not a strong swimmer but felt safe and comfortable and never in danger. We came back to where we began our journey for food after 3ish hours of rafting ( with 2 mini breaks ) , the food was delicious and plentiful! ( pasta, salads etc) Overall one of the best thing myself and my partner have done! Hotel drop off also. We left around 9:20am and got back at 5:20ish
The rafting adventure in the Koprulu Canyon is worth taking part in for various reasons. First of all, it stimulates team spirit and your sense of humour, it teaches cooperation and sharpens your reflexes. The instructors are great fun and enjoy making jokes, they make everyone feel they belong to a team. Although the water is quite cold, it is refreshing to take a dip on a hot summer day. Be prepared to get splashed big time, take your swimshoes and you will have a thrilling adventure! Suitable for young and old alike - the river is incredibly clear and the atmosphere is unique. One of the highligjts of our stay in southern Turkey!
An amazing day out and half the price of what is charged by the travel reps in resort we were pick up from our hotel on time and taken to the activity . The drive alone with the incredible views of the Canyons and mountains was breathtaking . The activates lasted around 4 hours and this included a break for lunch . There were both young and old on the rafts and all had an enjoyable time . One thing I would say is take some euros as you will need to purchase drinks and want to purchase the photos Would happy do again :)