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2. Rafting

  • From 4 hour to half a day
  • Young people of all ages
  • Lake/River
  • Water Sport

The river and the river ecosystem are privileged places to learn the territory and the nature. Learn on the field the dynamics of water, the world of flora and fauna; but also the spirit of get together and collaboration. Through the correct integrations, this activity can well combined sport, personal and social skills, as well as the emotional aspects to be in nature that producing new environmental spirit.

Activities to develop

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL SKILLS

Rafting strengthens social skills if you devote the right time to the debate at the end of activity (Debriefing Phase)
  • TEAMWORKING
  • LEADERSHIP
  • MUTUAL ASSISTANCE/EMPATHY
  • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

Video: Benefits of River Rafting

River rafting is an excellent way to get out of your comfort zone, have fun, and experience the great outdoors. Rafting has many physical and mental health benefits, which we will explore in this video. Nature Connection brings your new video every Sunday to connect to you with a different aspect of nature.
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Activities to develop

PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOURS

The total immersion in nature can favour activities of environmental literacy. To raise awareness of the river and flood context, to make known these aspects of the river
  • ECOSYSTEM INFORMATIONS
  • THE DYNAMIC OF WATER
  • SUSTANABILITY OF THE RIVER
  • HUMAN INTERVENTION

Video: Why Care About Water?

There is the same amount of water on Earth today as there was when the dinosaurs roamed. And just less than one percent of the planet's water is available to meet the daily drinking water, sanitation and food needs of nearly 7 billion people and millions of other species. Learn more about water in all its forms and how you can make a difference.
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Activities to develop

THE EMOTIONAL CONNECTION WITH NAUTRE

Encourage a new way to being in nature through the sensory education. This process stimulates responsibility, trust, inner Balance, and promoting new perception and listening skills. Include in your activity, proposals such as
  • woodwalking
  • LEARN THE MAIN SIGN OF NATURE (COLOURS, SOUNDS, SMELLS, RISKS)
  • ACTIVE LISTENING OF NATURE SOUNDS (relaxing time after walking)

Video: Connecting with Nature, awakening your senses

This activity introduces a reflection about our connection with nature. In practical terms, it questions the sensorial parameters that we have learned and teaches us, through practice, a new way of feeling and relating to the web of life.
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