Combine Two California Pastimes on One Trip

California Whitewater Rafting — RAFT THE SOUTH FORK OF THE AMERICAN RIVER — For your California vacation, you want to make sure you have a chance to experience some uniquely Californian adventures. One way to make the best use of your time is to combine two pastimes, California river rafting and wine tasting, on one trip. How can you do this? It’s easy, with a river rafting and wine tasting trip from Adventure Connection.

Adventure Connection is the only rafting outfitter in California to offer this unique, two day experience. On day one of your trip, you’ll go rafting on the South Fork of the American River, and get to experience the thrills of the Gorge Run, including the famous Satan’s Cesspool rapid. On the next day, you’ll be chauffeured to several award-winning wineries for wine tasting. This trip also includes one night of camping and 4 meals.

You don’t need any prior river rafting experience to go on this fun California whitewater rafting trip. You just need to be 21 years old for the trip through wine country. If this unique trips sounds like fun, contact Adventure Connection and sign up, today, to reserve your spot.

Raft the South Fork of the American River
with Adventure Connection

A river rafting trip in Sacramento, California is just what you need to experience California at its best. Raft the South Fork of the American River with Adventure Connection and ride its challenging rapids with our expert whitewater rafting guides. Don’t delay! Reserve your California whitewater rafting trip today.

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