Rafting

Il n’y a vraiment pas beaucoup d’endroits pour vivre une expérience en rafting dans les Caraïbes. En République dominicaine, nos villes de montagne situées en haute altitude sont traversées par des fleuves  qui descendent avec force depuis les plus hauts sommets. Une excursion en rafting le long du Yaque del Norte (le plus long fleuve des Caraïbes) vous attend à Jarabacoa. Il s’agit d’une expérience inoubliable qui enchantera les plus aventureux d’entre vous.

Elle est proposée toute l’année, mais il est préférable de faire du rafting pendant les mois d’été, lorsque les niveaux d’eau sont suffisamment élevés pour une expérience authentique.

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République Dominicaine

Le plus long fleuve de la République dominicaine traverse le centre du pays et c’est l’un des seuls sites caribéens où il est possible de faire du rafting.

 
 
Sentez l’adrénaline monter en faisant du rafting sur le fleuve à partir de Jarabacoa et bravez les rapides jaillissants du Río Yaque del Norte, qui offrent deux niveaux. Découvrez le plus long fleuve de la République dominicaine en naviguant le long de ses berges et canyons luxuriants.
Jarabacoa

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