The River Otra of Norway passes along the Hovden, which is positioned in the mountains. The water body travels 260 kilometers towards the Kristiansand located on the coast and this is where the river finally flows into the ocean.
For all rafters, the River Otra is best during the summer months, as the water is rather warm at this time of the year. The warm waters give a pleasant experience to all rafters, as the waters drench you several times in your entire ride. In fact, this is the only river in Norway which is said to provide a warm water rafting expedition to all its rafters.
Graded with Class III and IV rapids, the River Otra is excellent for all rafting enthusiasts. As you crash through the waves and pass a boulder for inches and move down a rapid in extreme speed, you are sure to feel the velocity of the waves.
The massive river with its large volume of whitewaters is sure to set your adrenalin rushing and also speeds up your pulse rate. However, to get the best of the expedition, it is indeed necessary to get a prior advice from the experienced rafters or more so, ask a professional rafter to guide you all through the trip.
Apart from being a hot spot for all rafters, the river is quite well-known for its massive quantity of fishes as well. Particularly, the lower part of Otra is pretty famous for its Salmon population. This indeed makes the river all the more interesting, as you can go out on a fishing trip into the waters of the River Otra. So, to enjoy