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Rafting Santa Maria Cusco

Created with Sketch. Santa Maria, Cusco, Peru
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Duration

4 Hours

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Cancellation

No Cancellation

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Group Size

10 peoples

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Languages

Español, Ingles

Overview

We will go to Chaullay 7 minutes from the town of Santa María, we will do this in a private vehicle, and at the starting point we will be granted the river equipment (windbreakers, vests and helmets) after a safety talk we venture into the waters from the Vilcanota river or lower part of the Urubamba river for an average of two hours where we will find level II, III, IV rapids and where no experience in the activity is required, during the journey we can appreciate the diversity of flora and fauna of the area of high jungle, in a very entertaining section for passengers where they can not only enjoy the sport by boat, but also can enjoy the warm waters of the same river with great safety.

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    Transfer to starting point 15 Minutes approximately in bus.
    Activity: Rafting.
    Rafting time: 2½ Hours approximately.
    Shuttle to Santa Maria Hostel: 45 Minutes approximately in bus.
    Difficulty Levels: 3 of 5
    Maximum Altitude: 1811 masl. / 5941 ft.
    Departures Day: Daily Departures.
    Starts: Pick up at your accommodation in Santa Maria around 3:00 PM
    Ends: Drop-off at Santa Maria around 5:45 PM

What you will do

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Santa Teresa Rafting

Our rafting (canoeing) tour begins in the town of Santa María at 3:00 pm, as well as the pick up of the passengers at the time already mentioned in your hotel or agreed place, the starting point is the Santa María bridge The Old East is located 2 minutes from Santa María, we will do this in a private vehicle, and at the starting point they will be granted the river equipment (windbreakers, vests and helmets) after a safety talk we venture into the waters of the Vilcanota river or lower part of the Urubamba river for an average of two hours where we will find level II, III, IV rapids and where experience in the activity is not required, during the journey we can appreciate the diversity of flora and fauna of the area of High jungle, in a very entertaining section for passengers where they can not only stay in the boat but also enjoy the warm waters of the same river with great safety. Our rafting tour culminates in Maranura (Quillabamba) at 5:00 pm and our return to Santa María is from 5:30 pm.

Include:

  • Transport
  • Rafting equipment (windbreaker, life jacket, helmet)
  • Professional Guide

Not Included:

  • Additional Services
  • Drink

Activity's Location

Created with Sketch. Santa Maria, Cusco, Peru

FAQs

How fit should I be to go rafting? Is it strenuous?
On some of our more challenging rivers where unintentional swimming, long hiking or high elevations are a possibility, a higher level of fitness is advised. Always discuss with our staff if you're unsure what's acceptable for you. If you're still in doubt about your ability to go rafting, or your fitness, check with your doctor before you go. While many trips require little physical fitness, being in good shape will enhance your vacation.
I am a senior citizen. Can I go rafting?
Yes! Inca Jungle has taken people in their nineties on our trips. It's important that you're fit and active and choose an appropriate trip. Many grandparents bring their grandchildren on our Family Magic trips. Special "Elder Rafting" and "Canoeing" trips, exclusively for seniors, are offered as well.
I can't swim. Can I still go rafting?
Yes! Everyone on a Inca Jungle trip wears a Coast Guard-approved PFD (personal flotation device). These are designed to keep you afloat in the event that you find yourself in the river. Many non-swimmers go on rafting trips and they have a great time. It is more important that you are not afraid of the water. Non-swimmers should not go on class IV+ or class V trips. Please call us if you have any concerns about this.
What are my chances of falling out of the boat?
What should I do if I do? Before you go on any trip you'll be given extensive instructions on what to do if you fall in and how to float in the river. Believe it or not, many people love falling out of the boat. It's exciting. But it can be disorienting and a little overwhelming at first. Many people have taken multiple trips and never fallen in. Some people fall out on their first trip. Follow your guide's instructions and your "swim" could be the most exciting part of your trip!
What should I wear on the river?
See our Packing Lists for each trip we run. Most people already own the items needed. Inca Jungle Company provides wetsuits and wetsuit booties on all whitewater trips in Dec and March.
Can I bring my camera or video camera?
Yes. On one-day trips we recommend a single-use waterproof camera that you can keep handy with you in the raft. On multi-day trips we provide waterproof camera boxes that fit most cameras and small video cameras.

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