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White water rafting in Scotland

White water rafting in Scotland

Your white water rafting adventure in Scotland awaits

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or a water sports newbie, our partners at Splash White Water Rafting can tailor the perfect outdoor adventure experience for your visit to Scotland.

As the number one choice for water sports in Perthshire, there are a variety of activities to choose from such as white water rafting, canyoning, river duckies, kayaking, gorge walking and stand up paddle boarding.

Their aim is to provide their customers with an adventure experience they will never forget whilst taking pride in delivering safe, professional activities.

Visit the 
website to find out more. Contact to book your rafting experience using the discount code LOGIE23

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white water rafting in Scotland

The River Tay is a popular destination for white water rafting in Scotland. The river flows through the stunning Perthshire countryside, with rolling hills, forests, and waterfalls, and offers a variety of rapids, from Grade 2 to Grade 3. Experienced and extreme rafting fans can try high adrenaline grade 5 rapids on the River Orchy.

No matter what your level of experience or fitness, there is a water activity that is perfect for you. So come and experience the thrill of white water rafting, or simply relax and enjoy the scenery on a canoe, kayak or stand up paddle board.

Tips for water activities in Scotland

  • Book your activity in advance, especially if you are traveling during peak season.

  • Wear appropriate clothing and footwear. You will get wet, so be sure to wear a swimsuit or shorts, a t-shirt, and water shoes or sandals. Depending on the activity you may be able to hire a wet suit, life preserver and helmet.

  • Bring sunscreen and a hat. The weather can change quickly in the Highlands, so it is important to be prepared.

  • Drink plenty of water. It is easy to get dehydrated when you are active, so be sure to drink plenty of fluids before, during, and after your activity.

  • Listen to your guide. They are experts on the river and they will help you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

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