White water rafting has always been considered fairly dangerous, considering the fact that rafters need excellent skills to navigate their inflatable rafts through tight corners, while mitigating any possible dangers. While there are a variety of safe places where people can enjoy white-water rafting, adrenaline junkies often tend to look for different degrees of rough water, in order to put their skills to the absolute test.
Teamwork is an essential part of the experience, yet not many feel comfortable putting their lives in the hands of their team. For those that do, however, there are a couple of destinations which simply put, are deadly. Throughout history, thousands of rafters have been severely injured after falling from their rafts, with many dying shortly after. With this being said, the risk associated with white water rafting is real, especially after rafters reach the Class III and IV of rafting without incidents, and seek more danger.
In today’s article, we’ll talk about 10 of the deadliest whitewater rafting locations, meant for rafts, kayaks, canoes, and definitely not fit for those faint at heart.