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Class 2 white water drop is a relatively mild and beginner-friendly rapid. These drops feature small waves and obstacles that pose minimal risk to participants. Class 2 rapids are characterized by straightforward routes with clear channels, making them an excellent choice for those new to the sport or seeking a more relaxed adventure on the water. While they provide a taste of excitement, Class 2 rapids are known for their navigability, making them a great option for families and beginners looking to enjoy the thrill of river rafting in a safe and enjoyable manner.
Class 3 white water drops are a moderate level of difficulty. These rapids feature more substantial waves and obstacles compared to Class 2, making them a step up in terms of excitement and challenge. Class 3 rapids demand a higher degree of paddling skill and teamwork to navigate successfully. While still manageable for experienced beginners, they can provide an adrenaline rush for more seasoned adventurers. Class 3 rapids offer an ideal balance between adventure and safety, making them a popular choice for those seeking a thrilling whitewater experience without the extreme hazards associated with higher classes.