Lets Go Somewhere Warm!

8th January 2010

With the recent cold snap hitting the UK, we are already thinking about trips to some of our warmer destinations. It’s easy to get excited about going to the Zambezi or Morocco when you experience weather like this. But despite all the chaos caused by the snow and plunging temperatures, we are treated to some spectacular vistas from the office and lets face it, we have been out there having fun not only building the predictable snowman, but also building a raft out of snow much to the bemusement of passing motorists.

Welcome to our winter office..... brrr

Welcome to our winter office..... brrr

So for your 2010 escape for your summer adventure, call the rafting specialists… we are in the office!

by Hamish McMaster

Hamish McMaster is the Water By Nature owner. He has spent the past 25 years exploring and playing on the world's great rivers. He still loves nothing more than getting out there and sharing adventures.


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