By Travelzoo Staff
Sunburst Adventures has been in business since 1976, guiding rafters through the Cherokee National Forest and Smoky Mountains with views of the historic Ocoee Flume Line and the chance to see wildlife like bald eagles, black bears and fish. With this deal, white-water raft anytime this summer down the Ocoee River, which Olympians competed on during the 1996 Atlanta Games, starting at $25 per person, normally $54.
Why we love it
- Frommer's named rafting on the Ocoee River in Benton, Tenn., one of the state's top 6 activities
- Good for a 2-hour rafting trip through the beginning of September
- Choose the beginner-friendly Middle section or traverse the intermediate Upper section
- The river was the site of the 1996 summer Olympics rafting competition
- Packages are $25 for 1, $49 for 2 and $95 for 4
- Benton is just 2 hours north of Atlanta via I-75
July 16, 2013 - Sept. 2, 2013
702 Welcome Valley Rd.
Benton, TN 37307
- Choose two hours of rafting adventure; the Middle river course is good for all skill levels, even the less seasoned rafter, while the Upper section -- with 14 Class IV rapids (including the stretch used in the Olympics white-water competition) – is a challenge for even the advanced rafter. Two can make the trip for $49, or save even more and go in a group of four for $95.
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed Thursday, July 18, through Sept. 2, 2013. River fee of $3 per person is not included; due upon arrival. Reservations are required and subject to weather conditions. Trips typically run Thursday - Monday; check here for availability. A 24-hour cancellation policy applies. Voucher is also subject to Sunburst Adventures' reservation policy. Must be 12 years old or older to participate. See below for full Terms and Conditions.
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