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raftingraft‧ing /ˈrɑːftɪŋ $ ˈræf-/ noun [uncountable]  TTWthe activity of travelling on a raft, especially as a sport white-water rafting
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raftingThe more adventurous should try paragliding and rafting.At the Caves, Val and the boys did blackwater rafting.Each competitor will participate for around three hours in events including river rafting and a mystery challenge.We've got white water rafting, canoeing, climbing, mountain racing, all the excitement.On our journey back home, we were to do one last activity, either ten pin bowling or white water rafting.After a day on the Great Barrier Reef enjoying the white water rafting, the serious rugby commenced.Alternatively, try wild-water rafting or surfing; and for stunning views, hot air ballooning.Wild water rafting is also available.
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