Rafting, is a recreational activity that involves navigating a river or other bodies of water in an inflatable raft or boat. The raft is propelled by paddles and guided by a trained guide or instructor.

Whitewater rafting is typically done on rivers with rapids, which are sections of the river with fast-moving water, rocks, and other obstacles. Rafters navigate through these rapids, often experiencing bumps and splashes along the way.

Rafting can be done as a fun, adventurous activity or as a competitive sport. It requires physical strength, teamwork, and the ability to follow instructions from the guide. Rafting trips can range in duration from a few hours to multiple days, and can include camping and other outdoor activities.

Rafting can be a thrilling and exciting way to explore nature and challenge oneself physically. However, it can also be dangerous and requires proper safety equipment, training, and precautions. It’s important to always follow the guide’s instructions and wear a personal flotation device (PFD) while rafting.