Action packed two-day adventure package in Scotland, White Water Rafting, River Bugging, Canyoning and Bungee Jumping!
Designed for those that want the very best high adrenaline buzz adventure in a short two-day break.
Over the two days, you will go White Water Rafting one of Scotland’s best rivers, experience the crazy sport of River Bugging that we inherited from the Kiwis’s, find yourself in a deep Scottish canyon on the end of a rope and finish the break off by jumping off a bridge. Yes, we attach the bungee to you first. Scotland has the highest fixed bungee jump in the UK.
Rafting is one of the most exciting river activities in Scotland, engineered to handle everything the river can throw at them. You and your team will work with one of our experienced guides to navigate the raging rapids.
The famous River Tay is the perfect introductory river to take out first-time adventurers. A thrilling half-day experience for all ages and sizes of group, rafting on River Tay offers you the perfect conditions to get your feet wet and learn rafting skills from our expert guides. This six miles journey starts at our home base in Aberfeldy and ends in Grandtully. At the start of your journey to the rapids, you will be able to enjoy stunning scenery along the Tay Valley as the river winds lazily through the valley; rolling hills, diverse wildlife, and tranquillity are hallmark features of this beautiful landscape.
The River Bug has been put through it’s paces in NZ and now these things that look like hi-tech blow-up armchairs are here in the UK to stay. A great way to play on the river if you want that little bit more excitement. After receiving expert instruction from some of the most experienced Bug exponents in the world, what could be more fun than negotiating your own path down the rapids.
The River Bugging experience will get you working together with our guide, who will help you navigate the beautiful deep pools, down through technical rapids such as ‘Zig-Zag’ and ‘Sharks Tooth’, and to the final ‘piece de la resistance’: a waterfall drop into the mystical Loch Faskally where we float away from the falls towards home.
Canyoning is for you if you like the idea of jumping, swimming, walking and even abseiling down a Canyon and river. A unique activity that sees you work with our highly trained canyon guides to descend through a steep gorge or canyon.
The Keltneyburn Canyon offers a great introduction to canyoning, contained in a steep wooded gorge and adjacent to gently-sloping meadowland, involving exciting cliff jumps, water slides, and river swimming! This popular activity gets great feedback and offers a fabulous challenge for individuals, groups, and families (minimum age 12 years).
However you spell it; bungee jump, bunjee jump, bungy jump or bungi jump, it is the same thing and the most awesome adrenalin experience Scotland has to offer in the most iconic jump locations in the UK.
It is a personal challenge. A state-of-mind. An exploration of limits. A few seconds of heart-thumping bliss. An experiment with gravity. Great, exhilarating, safe fun.
So if that sounds like two days of adventure that you can get involved in, then get in touch, we look forward to seeing you.