Faq - White water river rafting tours, excursions in Turkey

 Would you dream to spend an unfogettable day fully with adrenalin, excitement, wild nature ?

What's the best time of year to go rafting?

All-Outdoors offers daily departures 7 days a week between the months of April and October. Summertime is the most popular season for rafting, when the rivers are running on a regular release, and the temperature goes up, allowing us to trade in our wetsuits for T-shirts and shorts...

What is the weather and river water temperature in Turkey ?
During all year, river water temperature is changing between 6ºC - 15ºC in Turkey.For more information about weather forecast, please click " WEATHER " page.

When should I make a reservation?
Certain days during the season sell out quickly, so we encourage calling our Reservation office to check for availability. While reservations are required in advance to participate on a rafting trip, we are always busy taking last-minute bookings up to a day or two before a trip. As long as there is available space, we are happy to help you get on the river - even at the last minute!

How do I make a reservation?
You can make a reservation over the phone or request a reservation online. Start at our Reservation Info page for details about making a reservation, online reservation and payment forms, and to view our cancellation policy, or contact us.

What is the minimal age for rafting ?
Everyone who can walk and run welcome for our daily white water river rafting tours in Turkey. A parent or guardian must give permission for an unaccompanied minor (aged 13 years or younger) to
participate in all river trips in Turkey.

Which rivers are close to where I live or being on holiday?
If you are living or being on holiday in Belek, Side, Alanya, Kemer, Antalya holiday regions, we offer daily rafting tours on " KOPRULU CANYON RIVER " .
If you are living or being on holiday in Fethiye, Oludeniz, Ovacik, Hisaronu, Dalaman, Dalyan, Ortaca, Sarigerme, Marmaris, Turunc, Icmeler, Gokova, Akyaka holiday villages, we offer daily rafting tours on " DALAMAN RIVER " .

Is white water river rafting dangerous ?
No, white water river rafting, canoeing is absolutely not dangerous.It is highly excited, adventure outdoor sport for everyone .Rafting is thrilling, exciting, wet, wild and unbelievably fun. However, as with all adventure sports, there is inherent risk involved. That risk contributes to the excitement, and is one of the reasons people enjoy rafting so much. Our guides are trained to minimize and manage risks, and, statistically, you're safer in a raft than in your car. One government report noted that the injury rate for whitewater rafting is similar to that for bowling! The most common injury on most rafting trips is sunburn, and most other injuries occur on land, especially getting into and out of the boats.
You are full insured during the rafting trip in Turkey.

How do we get to the rivers ?
We have free of cost pick up service from resort, hotels, accommodations or vacation rental homes in Antalya, Belek, Side, Manavgat, Kemer, Fethiye, Marmaris, Dalaman, Sarigerme, Dalyan holiday villages.
If you want drive with your own vehicle , please look at our " routes " page.

How many people fit in a boat ?
If you are rafting on the Koprulu Canyon River and Dalaman River , our boats can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests plus their guide. However, all other rivers require the use of smaller boats that can negotiate the tighter chutes and rapids typical of Class IV & V rafting. Most of these boats can accommodate 5 or 6 guests, plus a guide. For more info about the boats we use, visit our photo gallery.

Can I reserve my own boat?
Please direct special requests to our office in advance. Reservations are based on available space in each boat. Chartered trips and reserved boat options can be made available in special circumstances. Our staff of guides will keep parties together whenever possible, reserving the right to make final crew assignments.

Should I tip my guide?
Many of our guests ask us, "should I tip my guide?". Our high level of service is not exercised in order to receive a tip. We serve you because we want to. If you feel the service you received from your guide is exceptional, and you want to say "thank you" with a tip, although it is not expected, it is always appreciated.

How much do trips cost?
Please click for " rates " to see updated price list.

What should I wear on the river?
Luckily…this is not a fashion contest! Your gear will depend on the time of year, water temperature, and weather for your trip. Ask your outfitter for gear recommendations before your trip. As a rule of thumb we recommend you dress for the water temperature, rather than the air temperature, since you'll be getting wet. Hotter days, with cold water, we recommend wearing a wetsuit, which can be rented from us when you make your booking. Cooler days, with cold water, and especially Class V trips, we require a wetsuit, or a wetsuit/paddle jacket combination. You might also bring some synthetic fleece, polypro, capilene, or wool garments. Don't wear cotton because when it becomes wet, it will just make you colder. An old pair of tennis shoes, running shoes, or even Converse hi-tops are the best on the river. Wetsuit booties are good if it is cold. Sandals don't offer as much protection, and tend to come off easily in a swim. Sunglasses, especially prescription glasses, should have a croakie or other retainer that cinches tight. Consider a hat cord to tie your hat to your life jacket as well. In warmer weather, and late season warmer water, shorts and a T-shirt are good. Use sunscreen, but don't put it on your forehead, or the backs of your legs. It may run into your eyes, or cause you to be slipping all over the boat.


Principal holiday villages throughout Mediterranean and Aegean Regions of Turkey ;

| Antalya  | Lara | Kundu | Konyaalti | Belek | Serik | Bogazkent | Manavgat | Side | Alanya | Kemer | Beldibi | Goynuk | Camyuva | Finike | Olympos | Kas | Kalkan | Patara | Fethiye | Gocek | Dalaman | Dalyan | Koycegiz | Akyaka | Didim | Altinkum | Bodrum | DatcaGazipasa |


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