Urubamba river rafting, only a short distance
or Urubamba in the Sacred
Valley is only a day trip away. Experience is not neccessary
as the whitewater is mild but there is an opportunity for
contact with locals and undisturbed views of the scenery.
explore the Cotahuasi or Colca River on whitewater rafting
expeditions. One of the deepest canyons in the world, many
portions of the Colca river is only accessible by raft or
kayak. A challenging river for experienced rafters, takes
a day of bus travel to the Colca Canyon and one day of trekking
to the put-in to achieve 6 days of thrilling rafting. A
trip to the Cotahuasi River utilizes a combination of trekking
and rafting for areas only first explored by man in 1994.
Eleven nights and 6 days of rafting with archaelogical ruins
from the Huasi and Incan cultures along the way.
Start on the shores of Lake
Titicaca in Puno to end up in the Amazon of Tambopata
Nature Reserve on the Tambopata River Safari in the Amazon.
It's downhill from 12,000 feet on this moderate expedition
with no experience neccesary. A wide variety of scenery
and opportunities to view bird and wildlife in the jungle.
This trip leaves plenty of time to explore, hike, relax,
swim and soak in the surroundings. Camp near to the famous
Macaw clay lick in Tambopata. A great trip for nature lovers
with a taste of the thrills of whitewater rafting.
Drive through the Andes for 5 hours from
Cuzco to reach the Apurimac River. Since this river directly
feeds into the Amazon, it has been called the longest river
in the world. After lunch on the first day, the group rafts
to the first camp site. This expedition with only moderate
difficulty is completed in 4 days and 3 nights and no experience
is neccessary. In this remote and isolated canyon rafters
may see, river otters, bobcats, cormorants, foxes, condors,
and torrent ducks to name a few.
us to include Whitewater Rafting in your travel to Peru.