BikeRafting Adventure in Shimanto-river
I came to the Shimanto River on a trip.What do you do?<br>Cycling, taking photos at the sunken bridge, eating Shimanto eels, and so-called "normal" sightseeing is fun, but at Okera Adventures, "Let's do everything you can do on the Shimanto River at once! We offer only one tour per day with a maximum of three people.<br>You can experience a tour as it is, which our guide (me), who is more of a local outdoor enthusiast, is proud to say is fun.<br>It may be a little thrilling for some people, but I'm with you at all times, so you can be sure of your safety.<br>You don't need to be very strong to ride a bike.If you can ride a bike normally, you can handle it, and I'll give you a lecture if you don't understand what you're doing. Of course, the more physical you are, the more fun you will have.<br>This is your adventure and your guide will help you with it, ensuring your safety and explaining the different nature and history of the area.<br>When you tell someone a souvenir story, "I've done that! It's not a tour where people say, "What's that? Can you do that? Amazing! You can play a game that people say "I'm not sure I'm going to be able to do that".<br>We can also take you to some of the hard-to-get-in shops that only locals visit.<br>This is a fun activity for any season, so please join us.<br>For those who are not confident in their physical strength, there is one electric-assisted sports bike available (there are three bikes available for rent). You don't have to pedal very hard to get down the river, but it does flow with the water, so you don't need to be very strong. Maybe, lol.<br><br>Depending on the weather conditions, river conditions, season and your fitness, the guide can make arrangements to make it safer and more enjoyable for you.<br><br>As for my English, I can speak English very well. Maybe, haha.