Wet and Wild WHITE WATER RAFTING

Wet and Really Wild White Water Rafting

Chico Rivers of Kalinga Province

Aug 2O to 21, 2011

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If your attitude leans toward extreme sports then this stretch of adrenaline-pumping whitewater is for you! But although it is ranked among the extreme sports, it doesn’t mean you cant take the family to enjoy it and get them Wild over Water. Anyone who enjoys the outdoors and is looking for adventure will be delighted by whitewater rafting. People of all ages and athletic abilities, with no previous experience raft the rivers can challenge the rapids and enjoy the wilderness fun. The Chico River is for those seeking untamed white water thrills offering potentially terrifying drops, ledges, rapids and the most exciting sightseeing trip.

ITINERARY For Ulalim/Pasil Run (Beginers and Repeaters) A half day of Class III rapids full of big waves and  continuous beautiful scenery. This is the perfect short and sweet trip for beginners.

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