It’s the beginning of summer. Your kids have recently entered their seasonal vacation period, the Georgia heat is in full swing, and your whole family has a terrible case of cabin fever. You search the internet for a cheap way to cool off that will keep the kids occupied for a few hours, and find some local river tubing outlets. You plan for a day of fun in the sun and pack everything you think you’ll need for this easy trip. But are you prepared for the unexpected?
Lost or ruined items
With social media on the rise, chances are you’re planning to Instagram and/or Facebook your cute trip out on the water. Take those pictures and videos at your own risk, though. Just because your phone says it’s waterproof, doesn’t mean it can withstand its own personal water ride. It might be a good idea to keep your phone in a water-proof case or bag. There’s nothing wrong with unplugging for a while and storing memories the old fashioned way.
Spot some cool wildlife
Some common animals that can be spotted while river tubing include ducks, turtles, otters, and beavers. This is a great opportunity for the kids to experience nature up close and learn more about the local wildlife. While it’s important to not disturb the natural habitat, there’s no harm in observing from a safe distance. The whole family will remember this brush with nature, and you’ll probably want to come back again to see what other animals you can spot!
You might see some interesting passengers in other parties
Kick off the summer season with a refreshing trip down a river. Tubing is an activity that the whole family can enjoy. Make sure that you’re prepared for some unexpected sites, and don’t forget to pack sunscreen! $10 River Tubing has affordable options for a wonderful day out on the water. Plan a river tubing trip today! 1-844-FUN-TUBE