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Adventures Unlimited - Ocoee

Half- or Full-Day Whitewater-Rafting Trip with Optional Photo CD from Adventures Unlimited (Up to 53% Off)

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Q:

Im planning to buy 5 full day trip, one of them to include the photo CD. Can I buy them at the same time or do they have bought separately? How many pictures are included in the CD?

David T.  asked on  Jan 30, 2013

A:

Thanks for the question. You should be able to buy them all at once. There is no set number of photos on the CD, the CD includes all the photos we take of your boat which varies from one trip to another. Hope this helps and we look forward to seeing you this summer.

Adventures U.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 30, 2013

Q:

Hi...never done this before...so excited to do the half day to start out. 1. Is it REAL rough 2. Do you put in half way for a break 3. Along with dry clothes can we bring snack, drink???? Thanks

laverne Z.  asked on  Jan 26, 2013

A:

On the 1/2 day trips you are on the water around 2 hours the rest of the time is for instruction, getting your equipment and transportation. The full river trips begin at 9:30 and 10:30 in the morning and are around 4 hours on the water with the rest of the time for lunch, instruction and transportation. You may bring snacks. :)

Annette B.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 28, 2013

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Hi Laverne, The Half Day Trip is our Classic Middle Ocoee River Trip. It is Class III and IV whitewater and some folks refer to this section as a giant wet roller coaster. The Classic Middle Trip puts in at the beginning of the Middle Section of the Ocoee RIver and is a 2 hour adventure. Your dry clothes and snacks will be left in your car to enjoy after your trip after you return to Adventures Unlimited upon completion of your rafting trip. Thanks, Adventures Unlimited

Adventures U.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 29, 2013

Q:

Im planning to do the full trip, how many people can you fit in each raft?

David T.  asked on  Jan 29, 2013

A:

Hi David, Typically we like to put six guests per boat. If you have a group of seven, we will keep you together but if you have a group of eight or more - then we will have to split you up. Hope this helps! Thanks, Adventures Unlimited

Adventures U.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 29, 2013

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