Is White Water Rafting a Good Option for Families?

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Nothing quite compares to a morning racing down the River Tay with your friends and family. There are an abundance of laughs on offer, with every splash making your heart race. The kids will love it, and we guarantee you will too. White water rafting is the ultimate family activity – there’s a reason why […]

When is the best time to go rafting?

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Are you looking to book a White Water Rafting experience in 2023? Nae Limits offer rafting experiences in the heart of Scotland on two of her most famous and picturesque rivers – the River Tay and the River Tummel. Being located in Scotland, weather plays a huge role in our activities and when we recommend […]

How much does White Water Rafting Cost?

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Depending on which rafting excursion you choose to explore with Nae Limits, we offer a variety of different price points. We can also offer group discounts for large groups, corporate events, school trips and more and offer an excellent value for money experience that is more than just your excursion, it’s a full day out. […]

Our Rafting Qualifications, Training and Accreditations

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All of our guides and instructors go through rigorous training to ensure that every group we take out White Water Rafting are guaranteed a safe and fun time. There are a number of training programs and qualifications we provide to our instructors to ensure their knowledge is continuously being improved and expanded upon and are […]

What are the Different Classes of White Water Rafting?

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White water rafting can be challenging and extremely fatiguing if you do not choose a route that is suitable for you. A river rapid classification system was developed to ensure that those looking to take part in a river rafting trip are able to do so at a level suitable for them, whilst also enjoying […]

What is the History of White Water Rafting?

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Navigating rivers and oceans by boat is an ancient practise that goes back many thousands of years, before the times of modern roads and bridges, allowing those on foot to travel to their destination across try land. In these times rafts were used to cross rivers and lakes to carry food and other suppliers for […]