Latvia | Kurzeme | Aizpute, Pāvilosta | Tebra

Behind Apriķi the river winds through forests and pastures, stream is sufficient for paddling in resting mode. During the second half od summer in this section appears rush groves. They do not interfere paddlers, because in rush are formed peculiar “paths” – waterway in width of a paddling boat. Construction step by step is ending and after about 7 km from Apriķi starts a section what is called by paddlers as “Dinosaur Park”. Large and crooked trees bent over the stream form a dark shade, here are unexpectedly large individual stones, faded trunks of dead-wood and can be heard unsatisfied cry of osprey - at this section it cannot be overlooked even by the most inattentive paddler. “There was a feeling like a dinosaur will soon run over the river” – this was said by one experienced paddler.