Rafting – Stryy and Opir river

Length: 15 km;
Duration: 1 day;
Time: 9 am-18 pm; Grade of water: 3;
On the route: Synyevydskyi canyon, whitewater, several drops
Price: 25$ per person;
Season: May-September.

Length: 15 km;
Duration: 1 day;
Time: 9 am-18 pm;
Grade of water: 3;
On the route: Synyevydskyi canyon, whitewater, several drops.

The warm climate in the canyon differs this area from the other in Western Ukraine. The rocks detain solar heat during the summer, so that it almost never rains; greenness bloom 2-3 weeks faster in spring. There is a large number of rare plants, animals, and birds in this reserve.

Paddling and crossing make tourists concentrate on their skills and attention. The 3 whitewater grade requires significant maneuvering so that each group member influences on agility of catamarans and therefore safety.The route begins in Dybuna (overcoming of which can be photographed from the bridge at the Kamyanka waterfall) and passes to the Mezhubroda (lunch) and than route goes to the Stryi.

This rafting trip is good for groups – beginners and with basic paddling skills. It is necessary to have a passport or other ID and insurance.

Clothes for a trip:

- Shorts / thin trousers (protecting from the sunburns);
- T-shirt / shirt / bandanna (protecting from the sunburns);
- Shoes, sneakers. We recommend you not to go rafting in slippers and sandals as they might be flown by the river!;
- Blazers;
- Swimsuit;
- Waterproof jacket (in case of rain);
- Sunglasses;
- Sun-protection cream;
- Large towel.

The tour cost: 25 $ from person (tour is counted for 5 persons).
The tour cost includes: Instructors, raft rental: 2- or 4-sits catamarans, food ( day at the camp and once on the water) and group equipment.