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White Water Rafting Bus Trip 2017  · Co-Ed Intermediate

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Summer 2017
2017-07-01 01:00:00.0
2017-07-01 01:00:00.0
Registration Dates:
2017-04-30 – Sun May 14 23:59:59 EDT 2017 early bird
Mon May 15 00:00:00 EDT 2017 – 2017-06-30 regular
Morgan Blvd. Park & Ride
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun between 5:00am and 9:00pm
Rafter Fees
Early Bird 160.0 + 3.0 Processing Fee
Regular 185.0 + 3.0 Processing Fee


Goombay Adventurers & Outdoor Afro brings you
Sunday, July 2nd | 9:00am - 4:00pm
on the SAVAGE RIVER - class 3-5
This is a Dam Release River!

Cost: $185
NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF $80 IS DUE NOW to reserve your spot

Early Bird Special - $160 per person from May 1 - 15

* 4-5 hours of  exciting white water rafting class 3-5
* All boats are guided by professional guides
* Snack provided on the river
* Round trip transportation
* Photo's of your trip provided at the end

Saturday rafting begins at 9:00am and ends around 3:00pm
(start and end times are subject to change depending on the water levels)

Bus will depart at 5:30am and return around 9:00pm
Morgan Blvd. Metro Park & Ride
300 Garrett Morgan Blvd.  Landover, MD 20785 

Fun for all and an adventure you won't forget is planned for rafting on the Savage River.  Experienced guides will lead us through Class IV rapids as we travel this enchanting trip of intermediate to advanced level rapids.  Feel the thrills and excitement of whitewater on this challenging four hour ride.

For more information contact Akua at (301)440-0641 or Leah at (412)901-5255

All payments are non-refundable but transferable for this trip only

What to Wear:

We will provide you with the necessary equipment for your journey down the river. Complimentary gear includes helmets, life jackets, and paddles. All other clothing and personal items are your responsibility to either bring along or rent. We do rent out certain river specific gear, which is top of the line, environmentally friendly, well maintained, and thoroughly cleaned after every use.

Clothing Guide

Do Not Wear or Bring:

  • Flip flops or "Crocs", cowboy boots, high heels, etc. Wear shoes that will stay on your feet in swift moving water and are okay to get dirty or wet.
  • Heavy clothing that will weigh you down in the river such as sweats or jeans.
  • Clothing that impedes your freedom of movement like leather or formal wear.
  • Your personal life jacket that you use for fishing or jet skiing.
  • Smaller personal items such as jewelry, keys, electronics, and wallets.

What to Wear and Bring on Every Trip:

  • Swimsuits, fast drying shorts, appropriate river shoes, etc. for the river
  • Dry clothes and towels for after the trip
  • Water

Summer's Warm Sunny Days:

In the summer months, air and water temperatures are hot on the Savage River although rain does occur occasionally. On these warmer weather days, people like to stay cooler by wearing less. We suggest the following items for warmer weather:

  • Swimsuits
  • Shorts (nylon or other quick drying material)
  • River shoes that will not fall off in swift water and are okay to get dirty
  • T-shirt (to avoid sunburned shoulders)
  • Baseball Hat
  • Sunglasses with Chums/Croakies or a retainer string
  • Sunscreen of at least SPF 15 rating
  • Water to drink.

For inclement or unseasonably cool summer weather, we suggest a synthetic layering system that will continue to keep you warm when it gets wet.

Spring, Rainy Days, Cool Days, and Crisp Autumn Breezes

In the spring and fall, air and water temperatures can often be cool on the Savage River and rain is a common occurrence. When rafting in cooler weather, avoid wearing cotton clothing which will only make you colder. Keep yourself warm when wet with synthetics or wool using a layering approach.


We preach layering in synthetic clothing provides the ability to shed or add layers for the conditions as they change, leaving you happier and warmer! When choosing layering synthetics you should look for clothing (no cotton!) made of things named lene for your Base Layer, Capilene, polypropylene etc... Under Armour is probably the most commonly known example of these lenes. The Base layer is comprised of leggings and a torso covering of the lenes usually. Over the base layer wear your river clothes for cool days, for colder weather add a Mid-layer of thicker or additional lenes listed above or use a wetsuit made of neoprene or terraprene, also fleece or micro-fleece in the form of leggings and torso upper is a great way to go as well. The Outer or Shell layer is a form of water barrier, usually a splash jacket or bring a nylon rain jacket for your shell layer and voila', warm and happy rafter!

For rafting in colder weather, we strongly recommend:

  • Wetsuits, splash jackets and river shoes (available to rent for $20)
  • A swimsuit and synthetic layers to wear underneath your wetsuit.
  • River shoes that will not fall off in swift water and are okay to get dirty
  • A synthetic non-cotton layerings to wear under your splash jacket, such as fleece that will continue to keep you warm while wet... NO COTTON.
  • A fleece or wool winter hat or beanie...   NO COTTON.
  • Fleece or wool socks. Once again, NO COTTON.

Note: We are adamant about our customers not wearing cotton on the river when it is cold outside as a matter of safety. Cotton does not wick water from skin and dramatically increases body heat release, leaving you out in the cold without any insulation. Cold rafters are not happy rafters, and we want you to stay warm and have fun!



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