Stag White Water Rafting in Newcastle
White Water Rafting in Newcastle
Time to negotiate the rapids... be under no illusions you will get wet, but it will be worth it!
- Collection from your accommodation
- 3 hours on the rapids
- Professional guide
- Wetsuit, buoyancy aid, helmet and wetsuit socks
- Free photos
6 Minimum Guests
Find yourself fully surrounded by white water as you negotiate your way down some of the North East's most wild and impressive river rapids!
Let us take you on a Newcastle White Water Rafting journey where you will undoubtedly encounter challenges such as waves, whirlpools, rapids and of course, a fair dose of whitewater.
With our specially designed white water rafts all this can be experienced alongside friends, family, colleagues or just fellow thrill seekers. One thing's for sure, you're guaranteed a real sense of wilderness and accomplishment, as you complete one of the most exciting activities in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The river's ready, are you?
Please bring shoes to get wet (old trainers), swimwear for under wetsuit and a towel.
The rafting session is usually around 3 hours, but allow up to 5 hours to include transfer time.
You will be collected from your accommodation and taken to the white water rapids and of course returned to your accommodation.
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You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
Why Choose Freedom
Clear, Simple Pricing
Book online for £35
Friends Pay us Direct
Pay By Instalments
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98% Recommend Us
Stag White Water Rafting Reviews
I booked through Freedom for a stag weekend in Cardiff for 17 blokes. The help they gave with the organisation of activities and arranging an itinerary was invaluable. The weekend went really smoothly and we all had a fantastic time white water rafting! I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone looking to plan an event
By Sonny Bacigalupo