Our next activity was tubing. There were 6 of us tubing, with 3 attendants to guide and help us. There was also an attendant who took any personal belongings from the horseback ride, such as extra clothes, and drove them to the end of the float trip so people could change into dry clothes at the end of the float.
As you can see in the 2 photos today and the during the past 2 days, this was not a "lazy river" float. There were lots of rapids during the trip, which was 5 km (3 miles) long and took about an hour. Some of the rapids were rated as Class III rapids.
The tubes had handles to hold on to, and a seat strapped in the middle to sit on and keep people from sliding down inside the inner tube.
Several people yesterday left comments guessing that the activity I would show today would be rafting. Those were good guesses, but I think that this river would be too narrow and have too many twists and turns for rafts.