Bzhuzha race camp. Bzhuzha race trainings.
Bzhuzha Race is an international extreme kayak race in Georgia. For many years, Georgia has been known for its rivers, where Soviet water tourists used to conquer “class 6” of these hospitable mountains, and in recent years Georgia has become popular in the kayaking world. In 2016 the Bzhuzha Race was the first extreme kayak race to take place in this country, on the river of the same name, in one of its southern regions – Guria. This year we will organise a permanent camp on the bank of the Bzhuzha river. This will make [your] training and [our] race preparations efficient and productive.
Kayak camp description
The Two Blades Adventures team is the main event organiser. Therefore, it’s our duty to ensure that the race section of the river is safe, and the event is properly prepared. Before the race, you can spend a week in the Bzhuzha Race camp and paddle one of the best Georgian rivers every day. There are three main practice sections of the river, where you can “nail your lines”, get race-ready, paddle with race mode on, and give full attention to kayaking – not travelling from one place to another. However, as a bonus, there’s an optional short trip to rivers Kintrishi and Supsa.
class III+ (IV+)
Requirements to participants:
You must be able to roll in Class III whitewater, on demand, in any situation.
All your personal paddling equipment including kayak you must bring with you. Also, you will need your personal tent, sleeping mat and sleeping bag.
There are kayaks available for rent, at 15 euros per day. Please contact us in advance to confirm availability.
We will stay in tents, in the main race meadow, and cook for ourselves on an open fire. However, quite often we might dine out. The nearest town – Ozurgeti – has one of the best restaurants in Georgia and we will enjoy local dishes there more than once.
1–7 of May
5–6 of May – the Bzuzha race
Quantity of people 8
Included in the price:
- airport pick-up and river shuttles for 10 days
- all meals during the trip in the cafe or in the camp
- occasional stays in guest houses
- guiding and safety on the river
- permanent camp equipment – (canopy, sunshades, cookware)
Not included in the price:
- medical insurance
- alcohol and other good stuff
Spring is a really warm season in Georgia, but it often rains in April so we recommend that you bring proper rain clothes and shoes. Also, you’ll need warm clothes for the cold nights.
Average temperature is 15-22 degrees.
Visit the race website http://bzhuzharace.com/index.php/ru/
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