Services included with us:
Trilingual guide with 20 years of experience
Transfer from the active base to the starting point and back
Rafting is theoretically possible in Madeira, Portugal
on a few days a year. After very heavy rainfall, the large rivers that wind their way towards
the sea in deep gorges in the Ribeira Brava - Soa Vicente valley could definitely be described
as a demanding whitewater stretch. Hydrospeed or
wild water swimming would then also be possible there. However, you would have
to be extremely spontaneous and be in the raft in a few hours.
Due to the very rare opportunities, no whitewater sports have been established in Madeira to this day and there are no organizers who offer rafting or anything similar. A large poster hangs on the facade of a restaurant in Sao Vicente, but unfortunately that's just for show.
Nevertheless, there are numerous other possibilities for exciting experiences on the flower island, for example canyoning, climbing or hiking. Take a look around our website and discover your favourites.
Your Casa Vento team speaks German, English and French.
The following watercourses would be suitable for white water sports.