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Rafting in USA

There are great places to go river rafting all over the world, but many of the best rivers for white-water rafting are here in the United States. White water rafting in USA is almost exclusively confined to the beautiful rivers which flow throughout the country, gushing between densely forested mountains and through steep gorges. There are many great places to go white-water rafting in the United States. One of the most popular is the American River, which starts in the Sierra Nevada and splits into the North Fork, Middle Fork, and South Fork before converging near Sacramento, CA. The American River provides a wide variety of river rafting experiences, from easy rapids for beginners to difficult stretches navigated by expert rafters.

Other than this USA rafting is generally confined in three major states: WV, NC and TN. Rafting in WV on the New and Gauley Rivers. Rafting in North Carolina is basically done on the French Broad and Nantahala Rivers and in Tennessee on the Nolichucky and Pigeon Rivers providing you the world class rafting experience.

White water rafting or river running, as an alternative way of spending your vacation, is being increasingly offered by a number of tour operators and travel agencies, including government tourist offices. Prices are generally reasonable, and will include food, equipment, lifejackets, helmets, an expert guide, and accommodation. The best time rafting in USA is in the month of September to November, during these months the rivers in USA are in the right mood to provide you with a exciting, adventurous and a wild rafting memories.