If you like camping in remote spots, spending days away from urban life, but don't want to have to plan meals and locations, a rafting trip might be just the thing for you. You do need to be able to set up and enjoy sleeping in a tent, but everything else is taken care of, including transportation to site, all equipment, preparing and cleaning up for meals, camp bathrooms, even hikes and camp entertainment.
If you enjoy river swimming and paddling an inflatable kayak ("duckie")--as I do--this is made for you.
I started doing this as a "goal" activity with 8 & 13 year old kids during 2-3 week camping trips, which gave me as a single dad a break from planning and preparing in the middle of the trip. The kids loved it too. Now older (my third trip after a 7 year break), my companion and I enjoyed ourselves immensely, also other people's kids and the interactions among the adults.
Holiday has a great wilderness ethic, like the boy scouts (take nothing but picture, leave nothing but footprints, leave cleaner than you found it), rowing no motors, enjoying and explaining the natural and indigenous history. The guides we've had were very knowledgeable in local lore as well as superior rafting and people skills.
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