Divided into crews of 5 to 7 people, you will raft the turbulent Isère river down.
About one-hour away from Annecy, go discover the Isère river, which is perfect to practice white-water sports. It allows a 18km course, with several levels of difficulties (from class II to IV), within a sumptuous landscape.
We offer groups a personalised organisation, adapting to your needs and priorities, and being faithful to our value: professionalism, quality and sustainability.
Two courses are accessible to beginner groups, or to groups of people with different levels of practice.
The Gorges of Centron (7km, about 1h30 in the water) is of an easy level and accessible to all. It is the perfect course as a first practice of this white-water activity. It is a beautiful and progressive descent in the wildest part of the Isère river.
The integral course of the Isère river (18km, about 3h in the water) is of a moderate level. Between the famous “Rapides of Aime” (class IV) and the wonderful (Gorges of la Pucelle), it is a fun descent, mixing quiet parts and effervescent rapids: perfect for both initiated and beginners. The first part is quiet and allows to get familiar with the activity, then the second and third ones are more turbulent with nice rapids and gorges where you can jump from cliffs.
We also offer even more sensational courses if your team is already introduced to the activity, or sporty and adventurous. Do not hesitate to ask for them!
You need to plan for a half-day for this activity, whatever the course you chose.
To practice rafting, you need to know how to swim.
For each of our rafting session, we provide you with the whole equipment.
All of our raft descents are supervised by expert and qualified instructors.
- Welcoming at Centron rafting base, in Savoie (1h15 away from Annecy, free car park)- Equipment (helmets, neoprene suits...)- Transfer to the departure , and breifing- Division of the group onto several rafts which will follow each other- Rafting up till the base
VAT non included (20%) that is calculated on the margin according to the French Tourism Code.