(http://northcountryrivers.com/) Whitewater rafting in Maine with North Country Rivers is perfect for groups of any size, including: camps, bachelor parties, families, graduates, church groups, corporate getaways, and youth groups. Call today to plan your Maine adventure vacation at 800-348-8871!
Looking for the thrill of a lifetime? Come Whitewater rafting in Maine in North Country Rivers.
Whitewater rafting is an exciting group adventure, and the perfect vacation for couples and families. Larger groups like scouts, summer camps, graduates, and even corporate getaways love the unforgettable mix of teamwork and adrenaline.
With a registered Maine guide in every boat, no experience is required on any of our trips. We supply all the paddling gear, instruction, and whitewater expertise. Your friendly guides will also serve you a delicious barbecue lunch right on the river bank.
Off the river, our 60-acre resort can accommodate even the largest groups from 1 to 220, or more. We have packages that include spacious cabins, river-side campsites, and even dining in our on-site restaurant.
So call North Country Rivers today and we’ll help you plan the perfect Maine vacation. We have options to support any group, including high performance sport rafts, inflatable kayaks, youth group discounts, and 3 exciting rivers to choose from.
28 years of experience make North Country Rivers the biggest and most professional outfitter in Maine, and we can’t wait to see you on the river.
Join Richard Harris, Vice President of Operations, for an introduction to our 2016 expanded portfolio of unique Land Rover adventures crafted by Abercrombie and Kent.
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Submission to our Travel Video Contest from Argentina traveler, Jeremy and Leigh Weisz. Jeremy writes of his Argentina trip:
Our Argentina adventure included the following: taking about 6 flights intercontinental as we went from Chicago to Buenos Aires to Mendoza to Iguassu (the falls) to Calafate (glaciers) to Buenos Aires and then finally back to Chicago 🙁
Our experience included raft tours under waterfalls, glaciers, wineries, tour of Aconcagua Mountain and Christ the Redeemer, tango show, eating LOTS of meat and Malbec, conversing with natives (my wife is fluent in Spanish), and much more!
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This coral atoll is no more than perhaps 1 meter above sea level at it’s highest point, that makes it very sensitive to any increase in ocean levels. Even an increase in hurricanes due to climate change can dramatically alter Banco Chincharro and adversely effect animals and plants.
Banco Chinchorro is an atoll reef lying off the southeast coast of the Municipality of Othón P. Blanco in Quintana Roo, Mexico, near Belize that is one of the world’s premiere shipwreck diving spots. Its beauty is gorgeously showcased throughout the 2009 semi-documentary film “Alamar” by Pedro González-Rubio.
The reef, which lies in Mexican waters 35 km offshore in the Caribbean Sea, is about 80 km east of the city of Chetumal,is approximately 40.2 kilometres (25.0 mi) long from north to south, and approximately 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) wide at its widest point. It covers an area of 800 km². The atoll has three islands, with an aggregate land area of 6.7 km.
The natural vegetation of the islands is largely mangrove near the shore shading into open woodland more than 20–30 m from the shore. There is a cayman reserve on the southernmost (and biggest) island. The islands (in common with many isolated tropical islands) are thickly populated with small crabs, which are tame and so easily trodden on inadvertently by visitors.
Some of the islands are inhabited by fishermen, who live in dwellings on stilts about 60-100 m offshore to subvert local regulations forbidding private construction.
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