Top 5 Rafting Areas in Turkey

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Rafting, a sport that brings nature and travel enthusiasts together with adventure, is one of the most popular activities for tourists. Turkey has a rich river source in terms of geography. There are rafting areas that are beautiful but also risky.

Çoruh River, Artvin

Çoruh River between the world’s fastest flowing rivers, one of the first places that come to mind when rafting in Turkey said. Thousands of people share this experience every year, and there is a 169-kilometer track consisting of 4 different stages for amateurs and professionals.

Fırtına River, Rize

The 57-kilometer-long Fırtına River attracts attention with its approximately 22-kilometer rafting course starting from Çamlıhemşin. The courses of the river with 3 different difficulty levels are completed in approximately one hour. The region, which has a heavy visitor traffic between May and June, is also breathtaking with the enchanting nature around it.

Köprüçay, Antalya

You can also find the opportunity to see the surrounding historical bridges from a different perspective thanks to the 12-kilometer-long track of Köprüçay, located in Taşağıl neighborhood of Manavgat District of Antalya. The water temperature of Köprüçay is around 9 degrees.

Dalaman Stream

Especially recommended for those who will experience this experience for the first time, Dalaman Stream has two different tracks depending on the difficulty level. The 230-kilometer Dalaman Stream, which flows between Marmaris and Fethiye, attracts great attention from tourists as it is located in the most intense region of the Aegean in terms of tourism.

Munzur Stream

The Munzur Stream, which is in high demand especially between May and August, welcomes adventurers on its approximately 20-kilometer course. The stream and its surroundings in the Munzur Valley National Park are also fascinating with their magnificent nature.

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