Rolling On The River: River Rafting On The Orange River In South Africa

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Written by Sarah Duff

River rafting on the Orange River

Four hundred miles north of Cape Town, the Orange River forms a natural boundary with Namibia and traverses the Ai-Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. It’s here, on both the South Africa-Namibia border, that rafting trips start. On the whole the trips are budget friendly and include all your meals. Far from any town, without cell phone signal and no need for a watch, time starts to seem irrelevant as you slip into an easy rhythm dictated by the river and the sun. At night you camp on the river bank near the dunes, and drink red wine around the campfire before nodding off under the Milky Way.

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