Can non-swimmers go for rafting?

Yes is the answer. Rafting is believed to be thrilling, wild and ultimate adventurous water sport and there is always a certain level of risk involved in it. As we know rafting is a water sport, knowing how to swim can be an additional advantage but non swimmers can also go for rafting trips and have a great time. One of the most important thing to keep in mind is that you shouldn’t be afraid of water.

Trained safety experts from Himalayan River Operator Nepal and special rafting outfit (buoyancy vests) are always there for your safety and minimization of risk. Even if you fall, the safety kayaks men are there in-front of us for rescue. Non swimmers should not go for class 4 or above rafting trips and should feel enjoyable in class 3 and below river rafting trips. In case of Nepal, Trisuli can be an ideal choice for beginners and non-swimmers. One thing that can amaze you is that falling is often taken as most exciting part of the trip. However, extensive instructions and “things to follow when you fall” are explained before the start of the trip.

So, even if you are non-swimmer you can go for rafting and have best experience with Himalayan River Operator Nepal.

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