Do you have any questions?
No. If you have never practised, we will give you a short introduction before the start
Classified in first category on all the lower part, there is only the part from Argentat to Beaulieu which offers difficulties of category II (Le Battut, Le Malpas)
Yes, it is compulsory to be able to swim at least 25 metres in white water and to know how to immerse yourself
There are no age restrictions but it is mandatory to be able to swim 25 meters in white water and to immerse yourself. Furthermore, our buoyancy aids are not suitable for children under 6 years old. No babies on board
With teenagers or children, it's a great experience, but try to hire them a suitable boat, it's not more expensive and everyone will enjoy it!
The golden rule is that you must be able to swim 25 metres in white water and immerse yourself.
Depending on the weather and the season, you should adapt your clothing. However, wear closed shoes (tennis shoes or water shoes) and clothes in which you are comfortable and free to move. Remember to hydrate regularly, and don't forget to take water, sun cream and a cap.
- Be able to swim 25 metres in white water and immerse yourself.
- Wet your neck regularly to prevent the risk of hydrocution.
- Take along something to keep you hydrated and protected from the sun.
- Don't leave your lifejacket behind.
- Wear closed shoes, a glasses cord and leave your personal belongings in your vehicles or waterproof containers.
- Sail in the middle of the river and avoid swimming areas and fishermen.
- Respect nature and local residents.
Yes, dogs are allowed, under your supervision.
Yes, the bus rides are included in the price.
We strongly advise you to take the shuttle bus at the start, and then enjoy your canoe trip at your own pace. Please note that for the tours from Souillac to Beynac, you must only take the shuttle bus on the return journey, as only one bus per day leaves from Beynac. Please consult the bus timetable in Fares and Information
In the event of an incident, move closer to the shore and get out of the water. You can call the fire brigade directly on 18, the SAMU on 15, the police on 17, the European emergency number 112 or the emergency number for the deaf and hard of hearing on 114.
For any other incident, contact us on 05.65.32.72.61
The Dordogne is navigable from 9am to 6pm
No, our bases are not provided with water, electricity or sanitary facilities
Of course, what a perfect gift! Go to the Gift Cards tab under Prices and Info
Not only can you go to the Quercyland Water Park in Souillac after your canoe trip on the same day, but you also get free entry! On presentation of your canoe bill, relax in Quercyland for the rest of the day.
Please note that you must bring a clean swimming costume for the Quercyland park.
Yes, the cans are waterproof. We are in no way responsible for the poor closure of your cans and its non-sealing