An absolutely unexpected way to discover a different facet of Geneva. Take a raft and discover a truly unexpected side of the City…you won’t believe your eyes!
The Arve river has its source in the Mont-Blanc massif. It flows through France and becomes, after seven kilometres through Swiss territory, a tributary of the Rhône. After a short briefing on equipment, technical details and safety, we plunge our rafts into the river in the midst of a nature still unspoiled, and approach the city. Alternating calm waters with moderately difficult, fast moving sections, we are protected from the hustle and bustle of the city by a curtain of trees along the riverbank. Rafting on the Arve river provides the opportunity to experience whitewater sports safely, under optimal conditions.Languages French and English
Schedule: April to October (depending on the weather): Every day at 2pm
during June, July, August: every day from 2pm to 6pm, in September on Saturday and Sunday at 2pm and 6pm.
Adult price: 80 CHF
Geneva Pass discount: - 30%
- Child price: 65 CHF
- Group price: 72 CHF
Bus TPG 8 or 34 , stop Pont de Sierne
(the base is 10m in front of you, return transport only on request and depending on the availability of our coaches)
Arrival: Jonction / Geneva
Trip: about 2h30 (1h30 activity)
Difficulty: between 2 and 3
Minimum age: 6 year (to be able to swimm and possess a liability insurance)
To bring with you: Swimming suit, towel, change of clothing and a pair of shoes.
Neoprene swimsuit and shoes
Buoyancy aid vest