Turkey, with its rich natural resources and hundreds of rivers, provides great opportunities for water sports like rafting, canoeing and water-skiing, while always respecting the cultural, historical and environmental qualities of the country.
Probably the most famous of Turkey’s sites for this exciting activity, is the Coruh River, Zamanti River in Turkey’s stunning Black Sea and Central Anatolia region.
Coruh River in the province of Artvin, which attracts both local and international sportsmen. It is one of the fastest flowing rivers in the world, as it travels its 466 km from its origins at 3225 metres in the Mescit Mountains to the Black Sea, over the border in Georgia. The Coruh River is renowned internationally as one of the fastest flowing in the world. It is not just the waters which are exhilarating but also the surrounding mountain scenery which is rich in wildlife including rare red vultures, bear, goats, wild boars and wolves.
Zamanti River is a river in Central Anatolia, Turkey, crossing Kayseri Province in practically its whole course to join Seyhan River further south, of which it is the western, the longest and the most important tributary. The River Zamanti is very dense at Taurus Mountains and flows in places through very narrow and deep valleys. There are two natural bridges on the river 4 km to the west of Yesilkoy, having a distance of I km from each other. Yesilkoy Falls exists at the mouth of the first ground bridge. The second one is longer / larger than the first one. The river flows under this limestone bridge which is 100 meter. Rafting is done on the part of the River Zamanti flowing through Aladaglar National Park. Derebag Fall, 10 km from the town of Yahyali creates a natural beauty with its appearance.