Tisa, Hust-Vynohradiv, 350 UAH
Rafting on the Tisa in Transcarpathia is a combination of active recreation on the water and a mixture of three cultures: Ukrainian, Hungarian and Romanian. Even lunch on this route is not kulish, but bograch or banosh!
The craft for rafting on the Tisa are inflatable kayaks, catarafts and rafts. The most extreme is kayaking, because even a small wave or a shallow section can make the kayak overturn. On a cataraft, this route is the safest, we regularly take children’s camps there.
Rafting begins in Hust and lasts 2 hours before lunch (banosh or bograch) and 2 hours after lunch to Tekovo. The total length of the route is 25 km, the category of difficulty is class 1.
Due to the fact that this section of the Tisa is flat, the level of water is sufficient for rafting all summer long! If you are seeking more adrenaline, we recommend choosing rafting on the Rika or the upper Tisa.
Duration: 8:00 – 17:00
Length of the route: up to 25 km
Terms of participation: children of 5 and over, a change of clothes
Cost of participation: from 350 UAH per person including support, insurance, guides’ fees, hot meal, lunch camp, shared first-aid kit
Menu: hunter’s sausage, bread, ketchup or Cossack kulish, tea
Additional services: transfer, bonfire, a quest on the route, shashlik, mulled wine, mushroom soup, live music, fireworks, etc.