A 2 day/1 night whitewater rafting trip on the Urubamba River, the sacred river of the Incas. Experience Class II-IV rapids on this trip that includes one overnight of camping and great food after your day's adrenaline-filled adventure on this great river.
Day 1 : Urubamba River Day 2 : Class IV Rapids. Return to Cusco
Early in the morning we will pick you up from your hotel in Ollantaytambo and transfer to Pachar. Here you will receive your safety briefing and equipment as well as a brief practice in the flat parts of the river. Admire the spectacular views of the mountains and archaeological sites on the way towards Ollantaytambo and its amazing Inca terraces in between the class II and III rapids. Finish the three hour trip on the river with “El Resbaladero” (The Slide), a strong class III rapid that includes waves and small whirlpools. Here we will set our camp, have dinner, and enjoy the beautiful sky of the Sacred Valley.
Day 2 Class IV Rapids. Return to Cusco
1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch
After breakfast, pack up and head South of Cusco towards Chuquicahuana. Here we will have a fantastic opportunity to go down some constant class IV rapids for fun and wet ride for the next four hours with a break to relax and have lunch. Transfer to Cusco.
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1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches, 1 Dinner
1 Nights Accommodations
1 Night Camping
2 Days Locally Hosted Guide Service
Rafting and camping gear EXCEPT for sleeping bags
Both International Arrival and Departure Transfers are excluded.
Everything was amazing! The planning with Adventure Life went smoothly. The actual trip was fantastic! One of the best trips I have experienced. The cruise staff members were knowledgeable and attentive. I will be writing more about this on the blog!
When to Go
Good to ideal period to travel, and many people choose to visit at this time.
Chance for unpredictable weather but with fewer visitors.