What would you do if...
while white water rafting on class 6 rapids in Zimbabwe, your raft hits a rock and tips over? Suddenly you find yourself choosing between letting go of the raft and drowning or breaking your arm making it difficult to swim.
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Resources. Tips & Tricks:
- The international scale of river difficulty
Class 6 Rapids (Extreme and Exploratory Rapids) are rarely attempted and often exemplify the extremes of difficulty, unpredictability and danger. The consequences of errors are severe and rescue may be impossible – Wikipedia
As a result Class 6 Rapids are pretty much illegal worldwide.
- Research the tour organization providing the rafting experience. Look for reviews and compare outfitters.
- Visit the local tourism bureau/office and mention that you want to go rafting and ask them to recommend a reputable company.