Enjoy this exciting Rafting trip in the Urubamba Valley, where we will run different rapids with different levels.
One of our most popular rafting sections during the season is the “Chuquicahuana” (CHUQUI) ,section of the river on the Upper Urubamba. There are good class IIl rapids and the water is not contaminated. This section is perfect for one or two day tours, with nice class II, III and III+ rapids. Excellent scenic riverside big eucalyptus trees, beautiful flowers, profusion of cactus and Inca ruins adorn this whitewater trip.
This white water rafting season is all year long and from early December to late March the river is Class IV. The rest of the year are rapids Class III. On Cusipata (CUSI) section of the river , it has Class II rapids.
CUSCO – CUSIPATA
We pick you up at your hotel with our private transportation , after one and a half hours drive we arrive to the put -in at the shores of “Cusipata River Camp” our private campground. Our professional Rafting Guides will give you a safety talk and provide you with all the proper equipment for Rafting. You would be floating for approximately two and a half hours, running class II , introductory type rapids. Afterwards , we will drive back and spend the night at “CASA CUSI”, where we have a thatched roof camping area with comfortable dining place, a sauna and hot tub , hammocks and excellent food. You will fall asleep under the whisper of the river.(L,D)
CHUQUICAHUANA – CUSCO
After a relaxing Sauna and a good night sleep , we get up for a healthy breakfast and drive up river to the CHUQUICAHUANA section of the river, where we will be running class III, rapids . We will include some extra safety such as Kayaker or a Cataracts. After about 2 and a half hours , we arrive back to “Cusipata River Camp”, where a Lunch will be served. Afterwards we drive back to Cusco arriving in the late afternoon.(B,L)
– Transportation from Cusco to the put-in at the River
– All the rafting equipment, such as Helmet , Life jacket, paddle, self bailing
– Spray Jacket, wet Suit
– Professional English speaking Rafting guide
– Picnic lunch
– Transportation back from the River
– Tents with Mattresses
– Thatched roof for the tents,
– One breakfast . Two lunches, One Dinner
WE RECOMMEND TO BRING:
-Bathing suit and light clothes
-Sandals or tennis shoes
-Short pants (to use over the wet suit, cause the raft is slipper when wet)
-3-4 pairs of socks
-Warm clothes for the night (fleece, long pants)
– Sleeping bag, mattress and flash light.
– Personal water bottle and snacks
– Hat, sun block, toilet paper