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Dordogne Canoe Ride - All wet!

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We plan to experience the Dordogne canoe ride (out of Sarlat). We are considering the 4 to 5 hour ride or half day. In reading posts about the ride people have commented about , stopping and swimming, picnic lunches, stopping to explore. The comments said there was no problem with leaving your canoe it would be there when you get back.

So if we swim and picnic and the next stop decide we want to go explore the area close by, what is the recommendation on dressing. Obviously you are in a wet swimsuit. This is probably simple. But I would want to know how other people have managed and enjoyed their canoe ride on the Dordogne!

Thanks!

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