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Rafting and Kayaking Camp at Struma River
Bulgaria

This is an adventure camp for rafting and kayaking along the Struma river, which is situated just 8 kilometers to the south of Simitly town and 13 kilometers to the north of Kresna town. The months of April and May are best for rafting. There are tours along the river that are safer and suitable for beginners while others are for advanced adventurers which seek more adrenaline emotions. Getting to the place is easy as it is situated close the interantional Е79 to Greece.

Copyright: Branimir minkov
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Uploaded: 07/05/2014
Updated: 09/05/2014
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Tags: river; sport; outdoors; mountain; water; waves; cars; nature; trees; restaurant; grill; adventure; camp
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