Blue Nile Whitewater Rafting
The Blue Nile, a major tributary of the legendary Nile, originates in Lake Tana of Ethiopia. The river is pronounced as Abbay in Ethiopia whereas the waterway is well-known as Bahr Azraq in Sudan.
Forming the upstream of the Nile, the river moves towards south of the Lake Tana and then shifts westwards by entering Sudan.
The Blue Nile is quite famous for its fertile soil and is considered to be the prime source of water for the main river. Similarly, this mysterious and sacred river is popular for its rafting conditions as well. Right from its source in Ethiopia, the river offers all the rafters with rapids of high levels. Most importantly, whether you are a whitewater veteran or a novice rafter, if you are looking for something exclusive and out of the ordinary, you will get it all in the Blue Nile.
Floating through the screaming Class V waves, you can surely experience the force of the foaming whitewaters of the Blue Nile. The waters will leave you drenched, as they tend to counter-attack while you paddle along the waves. However, the river has mild areas as well, which is again apt for beginners to raft on. Other than rafting on the beautiful waters of the river, you can even choose to camp on the spellbinding riverside.
While on a camping trip, you will surely be enthralled by the stunning locales, the hypnotic waterfalls, the dense forests and the lush wildlife present throughout the river course.
So, get set to embark on your dream rafting voyage down the Blue Nile. The river has lot to give you. Come and enjoy the magnificence of this mesmerizing water body!