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Johann Ferderer

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Water tourism is a rather wide definition, including rafting, going down the rivers by catamarans,  kayaking and so on. Any of the above mentioned kinds of water tourism requires physical training.

There are lots of tourist water routes on different rivers of various degree of complexity. The route degree of complexity depends of the speed of the river flow and the quantity of encountered rapids. According to the international classification, there are 6 degrees of complexity of water routes. The water routes relating to the 6th degree of complexity are considered to be the most difficult ones and only good trained water tourists and sportsman can tackle them. The higher the degree of complexity of the route is, the more risk will have the one while passing the route. Thus while choosing a water route, please pay special attention to the degree of complexity this very water route has.

Fishing and rafting downstream Khamsara river

From Baikal Lake through the Eastern Sayan downstream Khamsara river to the very center of Asia is exactly what is considered to be a TransSayan trip. This trip is for true travelers and lovers of wild nature, magnificent mountains, rafting and fishing. The trip starts from railway station Sluydanka which is situated on the bank of Baikal Lake. The end point of the trip is Kyzyl which is the capital of Tyva.