Ride the rapids and prepare to get wet on this adrenaline-pumping Torpedo Extreme Boat Ride on Ulot River in Samar. If you are up for an extreme adventure while vacationing in the province, then this exciting activity is perfect for you.
The tour begins after your driver fetches you from your accommodation in Tacloban and takes you straight to Samar Island Natural Park. This 333,300-hectare protected area nestles several of the province’s popular landmarks, including Ulot River. Once you arrive at the drop-off site, you will stop by the registration booth, where you will be given safety gear, before you board your boat to begin your adventure.
Each boat can carry a maximum of five guests, and together with you is a guide, a watchman, and the captain. The boat is motorized, making it steadily fast as it goes against the current of the river. If this is your first time trying this activity, no need to worry because as action-packed as this tour is, it is also very safe.
First, you will be navigating Ulot River, the longest river in Samar spanning 90 kilometers. Enjoy its astonishing biodiversity and lush, verdant forests lining the riverbanks. Marvel at the scenic view of the area while speeding along the calm waters of Ulot river.
After several kilometers of calmness comes to the rapids. Prepare yourself for a wet and wild adventure as your boat cuts through the green-hued river, where you will encounter splashes and strong bumps. The rage goes on until you reach Deni’s Point. Once you get there, you will be trekking the rock formations.
Here, you can swim, do cliff diving, and take lots of pictures. The strong current of the river is what makes this part exciting. Make sure to try all the fun activities before heading back to the jump-off point. You will then get back on the road and be taken back to your accommodation.
Prepare for an exciting boat ride on Ulot River in Samar with this guided day tour that will surely get your adrenaline pumping. Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.