HOW DOES IT ALL WORK?
On arrival, you will be allocated with a watertight
barrel (approx 25 liters per person) for your clothes
and a cooler box (capacity of 52 cans) per two people.
The 1st night you can buy ice if you want to start
cooling your beverages. This is a good thing to do
on the 1st night. Please remember to remove your plastic
wrapping from the 6 packs that you bought.
You have dry clothes and wet clothes. The dry clothes
are for the nights and they go into your barrel. First,
you line the bag/barrel with a garbage bag for waterproofing.
Then you add your sleeping bag (loose) into the bottom
& above this your dry clothes. Normally, you wear
the same clothes every night; just change your "undies".
The wet clothes are to raft and swim with. This will
dry overnight and be ready to wear the next day. DO
NOT BRING TOO MANY CLOTHES! You only need
clean clothes to drive home. These you leave at base
You must ensure that you have a minimum 2 litres
of non-alcoholic beverages per day. You can keep a
5-litre can of water outside your cooler box, tied
to your canoe. Then you have a 1-litre bottle inside
your cooler to be refilled with the water from the
Please note that ice is a commodity on the river.
The colder your drinks are with arrival, the longer
your drinks will stay cold. Clients, that have done
the river a couple of times, freeze their water &
drinks (please note some drinks do explode when you
freeze them!) before they arrive at camp. Then place
their frozen drinks into the cooler box.
Please do not hesitate to contact
us should you have any more questions or requests.
At your pick up point at the end of the trip, depending
were you get out, there is a bar where you can buy
cold drinks etc. So remember to take some cash with
if you would like to purchase something there.