The South Stann Creek is a waterway located in southeastern Belize. The river has its source in the eastern hills of the Maya Mountains and it ultimately empties into the Cockscomb West Basin. For all rafting enthusiasts, the river brings in awesome waves along with stunning scenery by the riverbanks.
The river is famous for sporting whitewater of Class II and III level, which offer a thrilling introduction to all novices in the field of whitewater rafting. The challenging waves of South Stann Creek with all its might will keep you ecstatic all through your rafting voyage. As you battle through the gripping waters, you will find the strong foaming whitewater of the river pushing your raft hard. Cut through the high-rising waves and progress with all your vigour while making your way through the incredibly frothy whitewater!
While the South Stann Creek passes through the picturesque rainforests of this scenic country, you can catch a glimpse of the lush and multihued vegetation of the riverside. Once you get past the towering mountains and paddle further, you will find the water body heading through the coastal plains of the country. On the riverbanks, you can spare a look at the rich wildlife and beautiful birds. Apart from rafting on this arresting river, you can choose to plan a camping trip as well. While on a camping expedition, you get to explore the entire area surrounding the waterway.
However, remember to carry good amount food and drinks and won’t let your stomach starve. So pack all your bags and baggage and get set to discover the wonderful waters of the marvellous South Stann Creek! You won’t be disappointed!
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