Apurimac river rafting
In recent years, the practice of adventure sports has gained an important place in the Apurimac Region. Its natural wonders such as the Apurimac Canyon or the Ampay Sanctuary are ideal places for Andean trekking, while rafting Pachachaca and Apurimac River Rafting wins more fans each day.
73 Km northeast of Abancay city (2 hours and 30 minutes by bus). Considered ome of the deepest and most beautiful in the world, its enormous rocky walls have turned it into one of the favorite destinies for those interested in rafting.
If you are looking for some serious white water actions, the Apurimac River is the one for you. With different rapids, is not hard to see why the Apurimac River from may to november is south america most popular white water experience.
Full Itinerary: Apurimac River Rafting 3 days
Day 1: Cusco - Apurimac River
At 9:00 AM we head out to the Huallpachaca Bridge at an altitude of 2000 masl, about 5 hours south east of Cusco. After lunch our guide gives us safety instructions followed by a demonstration of the equipment, and they also will give you a basic Rescue Course for this kind of white water river rafting tour alter that the fun commence We will raft for 1 hours on Class II and III rapids. Then we will set up camp on one of the beautiful beaches of the Apurimac River and our guide will give you a cup of tea and lunch, rest for the evening.
Day 2: Apurimac
After our delicious breakfast we are gona pack up the camp, and we start rafting down Class III and IV rapids, stopping only for lunch. after that We may also walk some dangerous Class VI Rapids, that are impossible to do. Then we will set up the tents and spend the night.
Day 3: Cusco - Apurimac River Rafting- Cusco
After a good breakfast we stard to raft down Class III, IV and V rapids,The famous Class V – called Toothache. After 5 hours we end our adventure at the Kunyac Bridge. Where we will have a lunch and then we will return to Cusco, arriving there at around 6:00 PM. In the evening we can enjoy the video of our trip in one of the pubs in Cusco.