Your comfort and safety are our prime concern. As with other nature-based activities, river-running has its inherent risks. There are no guarantees. Objectively speaking, though, whitewater rafting with experienced outfitters is safer than driving on the highway. Although falling into the river is always possible, less than 2% of all guests will take an unplanned swim.
A large part of what makes whitewater thrilling, of course, is the sense of risk. One learns to conquer one’s own fears and apprehensions. If you are physically fit, swim confidently and understand the river, the risks will be minimized. If not, your decision-making can mitigate the inherent risks by selecting a less ambitious trip. When you contact us, we’ll take time to try and find a trip that is suitable for your age and fitness level.
We offer tours that run the continuum from mild to wild. Far-Flung Adventures is rescue-ready: guides are trained and practiced in swift-water rescue and emergency first aid skills. We also use the most advanced boating equipment, piloted by guides who have “been there” many times before. We fit you with high-flotation life jackets and thermal protection garments, geared to that day’s conditions. At the launch point we will walk through the common hazards of the trip and brief you on safety procedures that will help ensure a safe outcome for your adventure.