Our company is based in the middle of Cesky Krumlov - Unesco. We provide one day trips and multiple day trip for individualls, small and big groups. We offer all necessary equipment: raft/boat rental, paddles, life jacket, dry bags and transport.
|ROUTE||DISTANCE (km)||DURATION (hours)||PRICE |
|A1: Vyssi Brod - Cesky Krumlov||35||8-9||950,-||1250,-||1450,-|
|A2: Rozmberk - Cesky Krumlov||27||6-8||850,-||1150,-||1350,-|
|A3: Zaton - Cesky Krumlov||15||2-4||650,-||700,-||950,-|
|A4: Vetrni - Cesky Krumlov||6||2-3||500,-||650,-||800,-|
|A5: Cesky Krumlov - Cesky Krumlov||2||1-2||400,-||500,-||600,-|
|A6: Cesky Krumlov - Zlata Koruna||15||2-4||650,-||700,-||950,-|
|A7: Cesky Krumlov - Borsov n/Vltavou||32||6-8||900,-||1200,-||1450,-
|PLACE||Without transfer ( of persons )||With transfer|
Vltava River, German Moldau, river, the longest in the Czech Republic, flowing 270 miles (435 km). Its drainage basin is 10,847 square miles (28,093 square km). The river rises in southwestern Bohemia from two headstreams in the Bohemian Forest, the Tepla Vltava and the Studena Vltava. It flows first southeast, then north across Bohemia, and empties into the Elbe (Czech: Labe) River at Melnik, 18 miles (29 km) north of Prague. Prague and Ceske Budejovice are on the Vltava. At Ceske Budejovice, in the river's middle basin, is an extensive lake region. The middle and lower course of the Vltava is gorgelike, with rapids and incised meanders. Large hydropower dams with associated lakes provide recreational facilities. The Vltava's principal tributaries are the Luznice and Sazava (east) and the Otava and Berounka (west). The river is celebrated as the second subject in a cycle of six symphonic poems under the general title of Má vlast ("My Country") by the Czech composer Bedrich Smetana.