This exciting issue is ranked among the best in the world according to the Wolrd Class Rivers. We started our journey from Cusco 3300 mts. drive over 4 hours through the Andes to the Apurimac River (in the native Quechua language means "President of the Gods"). This river is a tributary of the Amazon the longest river in the world. Approximately 55 kilometers and is undergoing rapid, class III and IV, V. The ultimate in boating is the grade VI, and this is reserved only for adventurers and well-trained experts. The trip by the Apurimac is quite demanding and requires absolute concentration. A kayak safety as a companion for each raft, provides the necessary tranquility in case of a mishap. Those who know the Apurimac always say it's him who's boss, so the river deserves all the respect possible. No precaution is superfluous for those who dare to venture into their waters. Between wildlife in this remote and isolated canyon we can find river otters, wild cats, foxes, torrent ducks, cormorants, etc.
We meet at 9:00 hrs and start our expedition, we start from Cusco, 4 hour bus ride crossing the Andes, arriving at Puente Huallpachaca located at 2900 meters altitude. After preparing all equipment will be given a safety briefing and exercises in the techniques of rafting. We will put emphasis on training of all participants, in the way back to the raft, the raft flipping, swimming so fast. We will be scouring the river for about 2 or 3 hours, rapids class II and III. Then we will camp in a narrow gorge with impressive walls. Here the guides prepare dinner, their responsibility is to help gather wood for cooking, and wash his own plate.
After a healthy breakfast we start rafting at approximately 9:00 hours. Today we are in the water for 6 hours, doing most of the class III and IV rapids, stopping for lunch and arrival at the camp around 16:00 hrs, today we will have afternoon tea and dinner and sleep in a sandy beach under the night sky of the southern hemisphere.
After a good breakfast, we will enjoy 4 hours of rafting, we will run Class V rapids, with names like "toothache", "first," "Last Laugh", the whole journey is an unforgettable experience filled with adventure and surrounded by lush nature... We will return to Cusco arriving after lunch around 18:00 hrs.