White water rafting can be a thrilling adventure for anyone — including people with disabilities or limited mobility. While some people believe that navigating the rapids is too challenging for a disabled individual, we here at Southeastern Expeditions have discovered that such an idea is untrue. If you take a quick trip through our parking […]
If you’re like most of our guests at Southeastern Expeditions, once you’ve experienced the thrill of white water rafting, you’ll want to do it again and again. But a challenge that many rafters face is finding like-minded individuals to go with them on their next adventure. After all, it’s not easy to coordinate the schedules […]
Good vision is essential when you’re embarking on a white water rafting adventure. You must be able to see any obstacles that lie ahead on the river so that you can assist your fellow rafters in paddling around them. And you don’t want to miss out on all the spectacular scenery! Of course, not everyone […]
You can pack a lot of excitement into one day on the river when white water rafting! But when you extend your trip into an overnight white water rafting experience, you, and your group, get so much more. Whether it’s with Southeastern Expeditions out on the Chattooga River or some other location, you’ll find multiple […]
Wondering what to expect when rafting on the Chattooga River? Well, You Asked for It… Only to get pummeled by rocks, struck by whitewater waves – countless gallons of them, to lose your razor sharp paddle if you’re not careful! IF you fall out… to face oncoming boulders with your feet downstream […]
White Water Rafting This is one of the great reasons to come to Georgia. A Chattooga expedition is your gateway to a romping wet good time. And with different levels of intensity, is often perfect for the whole family. Robert G. Hunter Memorial Park This park covers 83 acres. You can find it in […]
You’re embarking on an expedition and you need equipment that is equal to the challenge. Imagine you’re Lewis and Clark… …What do you take on the journey to tackle a river?