Rafting in Latin America

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Whitewater rafting is one of the most exciting ways to enjoy your vacation. . It is thrilling to feel the waters of the river splashing you as you paddle through the rapids and falls. This adventure will give you an adrenaline rush and it will allow you to enjoy spectacular scenery. We propose 4 rivers in Latin America, where you can live this amazing adventure.

Cotahuasi River, Peru

This Peruvian river is among the best places in the world for rafting. It is located 400 km northwest of the city of Arequipa, and crosses one of the deepest canyons in the world. Rafting the Cotahuasi River is a thrilling adventure, its world-class rapids captivate the most experienced adventurers. The best season to ride the rapids of the Cotahuasi is between April and October.

Futaleufu River, Chile

This world-famous river is perfect for lovers of adventure sports, as its rapids are class III, IV, V. It originates in Los Alerces National Park in the province of Chubut, Argentina and it crosses the Andes Mountains towards Chile, finally flowing into Lake Yelcho. The speed of the flow varies according to the sector of the river. In addition to enjoying incredible rapids and intermediate jumps you can admire the beauty of the surrounding landscape, surrounded by wonderful glaciers and mountains.

Chicamocha River, Colombia

Riding the white waters of the impressive Chicamocha River is a unique adventure and the best option for rafting lovers. You can enjoy class III, IV rapids and during the trip you can observe the majestic relief of the Chicamocha canyon, its rock formations as well as the flora and fauna. The Chicamocha River is one of the most important rivers in central-eastern Colombia.

Manso River, Argentina

The Manso River is one of the natural attractions of the Nahuel Huapi National Park. This river is well known for its turquoise color. The lower part of the Manso is calmer, so it is ideal for those who decide to experience rafting for the first time. You will be able to observe the typical vegetation of the Nahuel Huapi National Park and its numerous species of birds. Further on you will find Class III and IV rapids.

Tips

En San Cristóbal y Nevis se estima que hay alrededor de 400 restos de barcos hundidos en las aguas que rodean las islas, aunque se han localizado solo 12.