Chuquicahuana Rafting

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Chuquicahuana Rafting

Rafting on the Urubamba River better known as the Willka Mayu River or Sacred River.
River rafting is done south of the city of Cusco in Chuquicahuana.
Our excursion Chuquicahuana Rafting will permit our passengers to enjoy an exciting experience in a spectacular river.
Which will allow us to enjoy Class II and III rapids in the dry season III and IV in the rainy season.
To more of the warm climate and spectacular landscapes of the area of ​​Chuquicahuana.
And during the tour the rafting is a sport that fills us with adrenaline.

Chuquicahuana Map

Chuquicahuana Map

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
  • Activity Level Strenuous
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Chuquicahuana Rafting.

Chuquicahuana in Cusco

Location of Chuquicahuana

Province :
South Latitude:
13 ° 58 ‘56.4 “S (-13.98232778000)
West Length:
71 ° 29 ‘29.2 “W (-71.49145501000)
Altitude :
3378 meters above sea level
Time zone:

Recommended for this tour:

Bathing Suit & Towel
Sandals (for use in the raft)
Shorts (for use over wetsuit, as raft is slippery when wet)
Hat, Sunscreen
Water Bottle
Change of Clothes (for afterwards)

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  1. Roundtrip Transport in Tourist-Class Bus
  2. Rafting Equipment: lifevests, waterproof jacket, neopreen wetsuit, helmet, paddle, self-bailing raft
  3. Rafting Training & Assistance
  4. 01 Lunch (Vegetarian Food Available), Hot & Cold Drinks
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  1. Sandals
  2. Discretionary Spending: Extras & Tipping
  1. Strenuous Rafting the Chuquicahuana full day

    Rafting the Chuquicahuana


    You’ll be picked up at your hotel in Cusco in the morning and we will depart for Cusí Pata River Camp. Here the guides will give you a safety briefing and rafting lesson for the beginners. We’ll then don our wetsuits, lifevests, waterproof coats, and helmets.


    We’ll make our way to Acomayo Bridge to begin our rafting adventure, entering the river in our self-bailing inflatable rafts. The strength of the rapids depends on the time of year, with class II and III rapids during the dry season and III and IV during the rainy season. We’ll begin with the lower class and advance, with the guide indicating how to handle different rapids and the safety kayak accompanying us. The trip will take us along the river for about 2½ hours of adrenaline-filled fun and scenic views.


    After our rafting excitement is past we will return to Cusí Pata River Camp to enjoy a delicious picnic lunch. You’ll have the option of relax in the sauna.


    We’ll begin our return to the city of Cusco, arriving at approximately 5:30pm, afterwhich you’ll be dropped off at your hotel.