River descent with one-seater inflatable boats. A professional river guide accompanies 5-6 rafts.
Where can I do monoraft?
- Peloponnese – Lousios & Alfios River (grade 2-3)
- Evritania – Acheloos River (grade I), Tavropos River (grade II), Trikeriotis River (grade 3)
- Meteora – Aspropotamos (grade III), Aliakmonas (various difficulty levels from 1-5)
- Grevena – Venetikos river (various difficulty levels from 1-5), Mileopotamos River (grade 4)
- Kissavos – Pinios (various difficulty levels from 1-3)
- Zagorochoria – Voidomatis (grade 1-2)
- Drama – Aggitis (grade 2)
- Kastoria – Nestorio (grade 2)
- Tzoumerka – Kalaritikos, (grade IV) Arachthos (various difficulty levels from 1-4)
- Nafpaktia – Evinos (grade 2)
- Mountainous Pella – Hydrobiotope Agra, Vegoritida Lake
- Xanthi – Nestos (difficulty level 1-3)
When can I do monoraft?
Monoraft usually takes place in Greece between October to June, though in some rivers you can enjoy rafting throughοut the year.
In order to participate in a descent with monoraft you must have already participated in a rafting descent. You have to start from descents in rivers of 1st and 2nd grade of difficulty. Then you can gradually continue to more difficult descents of 3rd-4th degree of difficulty. You must know how to swim and be in good physical condition.
What do I need to carry with me?
What you need to have with you is a pair of shoes that will get wet, a swimming suit, a t-shirt and a towel.
A neoprene suit and pair of socks, windproof jacket, helmet, life jacket and a paddle.