Futaleufú River, Chile Multi Sport Rafting Adventure - 8 Days

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Experience the best whitewater river in the world

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Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Chile

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Flashpacker Connect

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Robert Currie, made an expeditionary first raft descent in 1991 and figured out how to safely navigate what today is one of the most intensive stretches of commercially run white-water in the world.

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Duration: 8D/7N

Activities: Rafting, Trekking, Kayaking, Climbing, Rappel, Zip Line, Tyrolean, Canyoneering

Group size: This trip is limited to eight to eighteen guests

Experience level: Our activities are carefully designed to be enjoyed regardless of age or previous experience. You will be able to go rafting, kayaking or doing other multisport activities.

This adventure takes place on the world class Futaleufú River, located in northern Patagonia. Consistently ranked as the top whitewater river in the world. The river is fed by glacial snow melt in the Andean lakes region of Argentina and Chile.

The valley, which is approximately 1,500 kilometers south of Santiago in northern Patagonia, is famous among the rafting and kayaking community for its world-class whitewater. Between lush valleys and towering peaks appears Futaleufu’s main character: the river. Continuous and numerous rapids with different difficulty levels (going up to 5+), make the “Fu” an unmissable destination for rafting lovers. It’s crystal clear water in contrast with huge mountains, offer the perfect scenario to enjoy the action.​

This rafting trip is a unique experience in the area. Our private camps in key locations will give you the opportunity to experiment each of the activities from a privileged place. Designed to be in tune with the environment, these camps will surprise you with unique features and amazing views.

Multisport activities will enrich your trip, each one as a part of a masterful composition, full of emotion, beauty and adventure. Each night you will enjoy a delicious meal and relax at the camps hot tubs, while we share anecdotes of this unique part of Patagonia.

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