This exciting whitewater rafting expedition is rated among the best of world Class Rivers. We start our trip from Cusco 3,300 mts. driving for 4 hours across the Andes down to the Apurimac River, (in the native Quechua language meaning "Speaker of the Gods"). This river is also the most direct source of the Amazon making it the longest river in the world. We put-in at 2,000 mts. It will take us about two hours to prepare all the equipment using only state of the art, self bailing rafts and catarafts.
We'll have lunch and raft down to our first camp. All the meals are prepared by our staff on a campfire under the night sky of the Southern Hemisphere.
At one point we arrive to a narrow canyon with an impossible rapid where we have to do a portage for about 300 mts. Most of the time we will be rafting class III+ and IV rapids, but we also have a few class IV + and V rapids, among the wildlife in this remote and isolated canyon we could find river otters, bob cats, foxes, torrent ducks, cormorants etc.


DAY 1:We meet at 9:00 am in Cusco. From Cusco we drive 4 hours through the Andes to the put-in at Huallpachaca bridge 2,000 mts. It will take us about two hours to prepare all the equipment, self-bailing rafts, oars, paddles, coolers, helmets, lifejackets, wet suits etc. You will be given a safety talk and drills in rafting techniques. We will put emphasis on training all the participants, how to get back into the raft, flipping the raft, swimming a rapid, etc.
We will be floating for 2 hours, doing class II and III rapids. We will camp in a narrow gorge with impressive walls. Here the guides will prepare dinner; your responsibility is to help gather wood for the bonfire, and wash up your own dish. (L+D).

DAY 2:After a healthy breakfast we start rafting around 9:00am. Today we will be in the water for about 6 hours, doing mostly class III and IV rapids, stopping for lunch and arriving to camp around 4:00pm. Today we'll have tea time and dinner and sleep on a sandy beach under the night sky of the southern hemisphere (B+L+D).

DAY 3:After a good breakfast we are going to be rafting through a couple of class V rapids after 3 or 4 hours of rafting we will arrive to the take out where we pack all the equipment and drive back to Cusco, arriving around 5:00 pm (B+L)


    Transportation to and from the river.
    Professional class V guides.
    State of the art self bailing rafts.
    Waterproof bags for personal luggage.
    Safety conscious techniques and procedures.
    Double occupancy tents.


    Light tennis shoes or sandals for the river.
    Cap or hat.
    Sweatshirt and sweat pants for the camp.
    Light volume sleeping bag.
    Sleeping mattress.
    Extra pair of tennis shoes for the camp.
    Flash light with spare batteries.
    Short pants.
    Water bottle-Insect repellent.

    A most friendly and positive mental attitude.