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El río Urubamba se extiende desde las altas cordilleras andinas a través del Valle Sagrado de los Incas, más allá de Machupicchu y en la selva. Tiene algunas aguas blancas interesantes dependiendo de la sección del río que se está haciendo y la época del año. Una de nuestras secciones de Rafting más populares durante la temporada es Chuquicahuana "Chuqui" clase IIl secciones en el río Alto Urubamba. Hay buenos rápidos de clase III y el agua no está contaminada.
Esta sección del río es más intensa con rápidos Divertidos de adrenalina Clase III y III + en esta sección Chuqui, incluiremos una cataraft o kayak de seguridad.

Itinerario detallado 

Los recogeremos a las 8:45 am desde su hotel en Cusco. Nuestro transporte de servicio turístico, los llevará hacia el Sur de Cusco al poblado de Cusípata .El traslado dura un promedio de 1 Hora con 30 minutos por la carretera Cusco-Sicuani.
Llegaremos a nuestro Destino “Cusipata River Lodge”. Al llegar encontrarán todas las facilidades como son: servicios higiénicos, vestidores, casilleros y se les proporcionará todo el equipo de canotaje, como son: casco, chaleco salvavidas, el traje de neo-preno o weit suit , botas de neoprene y una casaca impermeable. Seguidamente los Guías les brindaran toda la información necesaria y procederemos con el recorrido del río en balsas inflables Auto evacuantes por un promedio de 2 horas. Los rápidos en esta sección son Clase III y III+, también enviamos un kayakista de seguridad
Al finalizar el Canotaje regresarán a “Cusipata River Lodge” donde podrán relajarse en nuestro SAUNA, para luego tener un delicioso almuerzo en nuestro comedor (tenemos opción: vegetariana).
Seguidamente los Guías les brindaran toda la información necesaria acerca del ZIP LINE que consta de 2 cables de 120 metros de largo cada uno. Luego empacarán todas sus cosas y estarán de regreso en la ciudad del Cusco aprox. a las 5:00 p.m.

 

INCLUYE:

  • -Transporte ida y retorno, en bus de Servicio Turístico.
  • -Todo el equipo de río como es: Chaleco salvavidas, casaca impermeable, Traje de neopreno o weit suit , Casco ,Botas de Neoprene , remo.
  • -Un almuerzo completo, bebidas calientes y frías. (Opcional comida vegetariana)
  • -Guías profesionales clase V, Kayakista de Seguridad.
  • -Facilidades del lodge: Sauna, Vestidores, Casilleros, SS HH,
  • -Zip line

 

UD. DEBE LLEVAR:

  • - Un juego completo de ropa
  • - Un par de sandalias o zapatillas para el río
  • - Bloqueador solar
  • - Una pequeña toalla
  • - Ropa de baño para vestir debajo del traje de neopreno
  • - Servicio Opcional de Fotos  

SALIDAS DIARIAS  

COSTO:

Costo por persona US$ 69.00

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Itinerary Note:

Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule below, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control including weather, river levels and terrain conditions.

 

Day 1: Cajamarca Dinner and Orientation

Fly into the city of Cajamarca, Peru. Connections through Lima are available from many gateway cities. Please be sure to arrive no later than the afternoon today. Many Peruvians consider Cajamarca to be the most beautiful colonial metropolis in Northern Peru. Stroll around the central Plaza de Armas and shop in the many specialty stores surrounding the plaza to sample the local specialties – colorful textiles, a variety of local cheeses, and chocolates. Journey a few miles outside of town to the Inca Baths; these hot thermal pools have been around since Incan times and are a wonderful place to take a dip and relax before we meet in the early evening. Our group will gather for a welcome dinner, introductions and pre-trip information. All participants will be provided a shared room at a quality hotel in Cajamarca. The double occupancy room is included for this first night as part of the trip cost. (D)

Night 1: Hotel stay in Cajamarca at the scenic La Hacienda San Antonio Villa 

 

Day 2: Celendin Plaza Tour, Transport to Put-in and Launch

After a stunning drive through the Peruvian highlands, we descend into the picturesque Marañón Valley. During our drive you will get an idea of the scale of this immense river corridor as it cleaves its way through the Andes. Midway into the drive we stop for a short tour of historic Celendin. Back on the road to we continue on the recently paved road as it drops through several distinct zones, from cloudy farmlands high on the mountain, down into the dry forests of the Rio Marañón. Once in Balsas we will rig the boats and begin the river journey. Rapids: several unnamed class III (B+L+D)

Night 2: Camp at Weasel Beach ~km 10

 

Day 3: Ruins and Rapids

Hike and explore the Pre-Incan ruins site of Playa El Cura. There are ruins of ancient adobe housing, spiritual centers, and a guard tower high on a bluff overlooking the river, with more yet to be discovered at this archeological site. It would be a shame to lose this to a reservoir before it has even been fully unearthed and studied by academia. After lunch fun class III to IV rapids continue through the afternoon until we arrive at the village of Mendán. Rapids: El Cura (III), Wall Move (III), El Choclon (IV), Yangas (III), Hoodos (III) and many unnamed class II’s. (B+L+D)

Night 3: Camp at Mendan or Playa La Mushka ~km 45 or km 53

 

Day 4: Cultural Hightlight

It is a short hike up to town through picturesque fruit and coca plantations, and trees heavy with oranges, mangos, bananas and coconuts where we will be welcomed into the pueblo for a visit. Many participants state this is their favorite day of the trip because of the interactions with the locals. Guests tell us they had never before had the opportunity to visit with locals in their home environment. These villagers are truly unique in that they live close to nature in a self-sustaining lifestyle of living off the fertile soil of the Maranon River Valley and fishing from the rich waters of the Maranon. Later we stroll back to our rafts and continue downstream through a class III section of river to camp on the white sand beach of Antes San Lucas Rapid. Rapids: Tupen Grande (IV), Chipche (IV) and many unnamed class II’s and III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 4: Camp at Antes San Lucas Rapid ~km 62

 

Day 5: Chadin II Dam Site

Today we have more class III-IV rapids; action packed fun until we reach the site of the proposed Chadin Dos dam. The water slows at this point and the canyon walls narrow; marvel at the unique beauty of the cliffs that would be defaced by the proposed dam. Think about the fun rapids upstream that would be inundated by the reservoir. Just before camp you can take a short hike and wade in Magdelena Creek. Camp on a wonderfully scenic beach, directly above the thrilling Magdalena Rapid. This evening, participate in a discussion about ways to support the Peruvian and International conservation movements to save this fabulous river corridor from the proposed dams. Rapids: San Lucas (IV), Playa El Inca (IV), and many unnamed class III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 5: Camp at Magdelana Beach ~km 80

 

Day 6: Whitewater Highlight

The day starts with the whitewater rush of Magdalena rapid (Class IV-V), next we run several class III’s, and by mid-morning we arrive at the most challenging rapid of the entire trip, LinLin, a long Class V Rapid. We will stop to scout our line and take photos. Everyone has the option to walk this rapid if they do not feel comfortable running it. By early evening we will arrive at camp below Saura Rapid. Let the sounds of the gentle river lull you to sleep. Rapids: Magdalena (IV-V), LinLin (V), Saura (III), and many unnamed III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 6: Camp at Saura Rapid ~km 110

 

Day 7: Spectacular Bedrock Cascades and Amazon Cave

Today, we’re up early to row the few kilometers to the Bedrock Cascades. We spend the morning hiking and exploring this magnificent geological phenomenon where Aquablanca creek drops off the plateau above, forming a series of waterfalls. Each waterfall ends in a pool perfect for swimming or relaxing. Continuing down river, we will stop and linger at the impressive Amazon Cave; take photos, explore its depth, and marvel at another fabulous feature along the Rio Marañón. As we continue downstream, the landscape changes, the cactus and dry forests along the Rio Marañón giving way to lusher, greener vegetation. Witness red sandstone walls and lush riparian trees and shrubs filled with birds of every variety. Rapids: Palaguas (III) and several class II’s. (B+L+D)

Night 7: Camp at Sandstone Cliffs ~km 125

 

Day 8: Last River Day, Transport and Farewell Dinner 

After paddling about 15 kilometer, we arrive at Puerto Malleta, our take-out. We begin the derigging and cleaning process. Guests will load into vehicles for the 3-hour ride to Jaén where a room and shower await you. All participants will be provided a shared room at the hotel in Jaen. The double occupancy room is included for this last night as part of the trip cost. Some of the guides will stay behind to do the final derigging and preparation of equipment for transport the next day. After checking in and relaxing for a few hours, enjoy a farewell dinner with the guides and other team members as you plan the next leg of your journey. IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not schedule your departure from the expedition on this date, as we cannot guarantee we will be back in Jaen early enough to make your connection. (B+L+D)

Night 8: Prim’s Hotel in Jaen

 

Day 9:  Scheduled Departure from Jaen

While the expedition officially ended late last night, this is the day to book your departure from Jaen. Please remember, we cannot guarantee that you will make your connection if you book a departure on day 8. From Jaen you can take flights home or continue on to your next destination in Peru. There is much to offer in northern Peru; visit the jungle and pre-Incan ruins, tour Kuelap (the Maccu Picchu of the north), or experience the magnificent waterfalls of Yumbilla and Gocta. Travel south to Cusco/Macchu Pichu and the Sacred Valley; experience colonial Arequipa; or enjoy the coastal resorts of Peru. Let us know if you are interested in any add-on tours, we can make planning the rest of your trip in Peru easy.

INCLUDED

  • High quality professional rafting equipment: 
  • Self-bailing rafts (NRS and Hyside) 
  • NRS center mount rowing frames with open oarlocks
  • Variety of oars, some with oar rights
  • 1 cooler per raft (seat)
  • Several food barrels per raft
  • Complete camp kitchen with tables

Boating configuration:

  • 1 cargo raft to haul kitchen and possible other bulky items 
  • 2 to 3 additional rafts with up to 5 people and gear, depending on group size
  • 1 cataraft (possibly) depending on the expedition
  • Kayaks available at additional cost
  • Guides: Peruvian class V guides
  • 1 Peruvian class V guide per raft 
  • 1 Peruvian guide to row the heavy cargo raft
  • 1 Peruvian safety kayaker

Emphasis on Safety and Professional river procedures: the Peruvian guides have received international training, swift water rescue and wilderness first responder courses. They will row the more difficult rapids or take the oars if a guest becomes too tired.

Personal river gear: 

  • PFD/Life Jacket
  • Helmet
  • 1 110L NRS Bill’s Dry Bag for every 2 guests
  • Personal camp gear: 
  • 1 tent (3 or 4-person) for every 2 guests 
  • 1 thermarest sleeping pad per guest
  • 1 camp chair per guest
  • 2 hotel nights:
  • 1 hotel night in Cajamarca
  • 1 hotel night in Jaén
  • All meals while on the river, plus:
  • Welcome dinner in Cajamarca
  • Farewell dinner in Jaén 
  • Ground transportation:
  • Cajamarca to Balsas (put-in)
  • Puerto Malleta (take-out) to Jaén
  • Logistical support in town and on the river by professional river guides and outfitter

 

DOES NOT INCLUDED

  • Transport to Cajamarca to join the expedition
  • Transport from Jaen to return home or continue exploring Peru
  • Sleeping bag
  • Water shoes (please bring sturdy river shoes that will protect your feet)
  • Insurance of any kind, including medical evacuation insurance
  • Hotels or meals in the cities not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tips and extra services not described in the itinerary

  

DATES:

JUNE: from Friday, June 29 to Saturday, July 7

JULY:  from Friday, July 13 to Saturday, July 21

AUGUST: from Friday, August 3 to Saturday, August 11

  

PRICE PER PERSON:

 

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 800.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher.

 

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The Rainbow Mountain in Peru is one of those places that you have yet to discover. …. ¿Are you an adventurer that want a reasonable trip, But you want to go there with a confortable itinerary…. Well then this tour is for you.!!! We do not wake you up at 2:00 am, we spend the night closed to the beginning of the trip.

ITINERARY

DAY 1: CUSCO / CUSIPATA:

We will Pick up at 6:30 / 7:00 pm from your hotel in Cusco. Our private transportation will take you to "Cusipata River Lodge ”. Here you will enjoy, doublé room with bath, and a sleep under the whisper of the river.

DAY 2: CUSIPATA /RAINBOW MOUNTAIN/CUSCO:

After breaksfast departure at 7:00 am, driving over a scenic dirt road for 1 hour , to the start of our trek to RAINBOW MOUNTAIN , a valley located at 4,900 meters above sea level. This formation is due to a composition of various minerals that make up the different colors right in the middle of a red mountain. This is a magnificent site, There is nothing like it. After taking pictures and enjoying the breathtaking scenery, we will have lunch and drive back to Cusco ,arriving in the late afternoon.

INCLUDES:

  • Private transportation
  • 1 lunch ,1 Dinner 1 breaksfast
  • Double room with private toilette

 

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 Join us on a remarkable journey into the heart of the upper Amazon River. Our expedition will take you into one of the deepest river canyons in the world. We will hike to waterfalls, scenic grottos, and through slot canyons. We will explore a pre-Incan pueblo complex and camp on expansive white sand beaches. We will hike and swim an intriguing set of waterfalls at “Bedrock Cascades” and take refreshing dips into side creeks. We will run exhilarating rapids on one of the most important rivers in Peru and the world. Come with us and experience the Rio Marañón, a biodiversity hotspot of global importance that has one of the highest levels of endemism in the world.

The Rio Marañón is the main stem source of the Amazon River. It is one of the last major free flowing tributaries to the Amazon and a vital link between the Andes Mountains and the Amazonian lowlands. The average flow at this time of year is 5,000 cfs, but with rain it can double. There are some exciting class IV and V rapids, but there is also a fair amount of class II and III whitewater.  A couple of the hardest rapids are quite long and a bit more difficult than the toughest rapids on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.

The upper Amazon River, with its unique dry-forest, the flora and fauna, and the people that support themselves from its nutrient-rich waters are all under threat due to mega-dam projects. Join our expedition and feel good about your personal role in the conservation of this important waterway. We are working with others to protect the Rio Marañón, its ecosystem, and the lifestyle and culture of those that live along its path. Part of the money you pay is dedicated to conservation efforts; a percentage of the after-cost proceeds will be donated directly to Maranon Waterkeeper, a local NGO and member of the global Waterkeeper Alliance. 

A highlight of this expedition is the opportunity to interact with the remarkable inhabitants who live along the Rio Marañón and maintain a lifestyle deeply connected to nature. You will learn about their history, customs and daily life. You will also hear about their efforts to maintain their way of life and preserve the Rio Marañón as a free-flowing river. See firsthand several of the 20 dam sites proposed for the Rio Marañón and interact with the villages of Tupén and Mendán, potentially the first to be drowned by the proposed reservoirs. 

The expedition will allow a high level of participation. If you have recent class IV rowing experience you will be able to row a raft part of the time, sharing time on the oars with one of the other participants or one of the professional guides. Our equipment is supplied by us MAYUC CUSCO 100% Peruvian Company . We employ Peruvian guides and hire local Peruvian companies. Our goal is to maximize the positive effects of tourism on the host communities and minimize any negative effects; this includes ensuring that tourism does not divert resources away from Peruvians or the local communities.

Itinerary Note:

Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule below, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control including weather, river levels and terrain conditions.

 

Day 1: Cajamarca Dinner and Orientation

Fly into the city of Cajamarca, Peru. Connections through Lima are available from many gateway cities. Please be sure to arrive no later than the afternoon today. Many Peruvians consider Cajamarca to be the most beautiful colonial metropolis in Northern Peru. Stroll around the central Plaza de Armas and shop in the many specialty stores surrounding the plaza to sample the local specialties – colorful textiles, a variety of local cheeses, and chocolates. Journey a few miles outside of town to the Inca Baths; these hot thermal pools have been around since Incan times and are a wonderful place to take a dip and relax before we meet in the early evening. Our group will gather for a welcome dinner, introductions and pre-trip information. All participants will be provided a shared room at a quality hotel in Cajamarca. The double occupancy room is included for this first night as part of the trip cost. (D)

Night 1: Hotel stay in Cajamarca at the scenic La Hacienda San Antonio Villa 

 

Day 2: Celendin Plaza Tour, Transport to Put-in and Launch

After a stunning drive through the Peruvian highlands, we descend into the picturesque Marañón Valley. During our drive you will get an idea of the scale of this immense river corridor as it cleaves its way through the Andes. Midway into the drive we stop for a short tour of historic Celendin. Back on the road to we continue on the recently paved road as it drops through several distinct zones, from cloudy farmlands high on the mountain, down into the dry forests of the Rio Marañón. Once in Balsas we will rig the boats and begin the river journey. Rapids: several unnamed class III (B+L+D)

Night 2: Camp at Weasel Beach ~km 10

 

Day 3: Ruins and Rapids

Hike and explore the Pre-Incan ruins site of Playa El Cura. There are ruins of ancient adobe housing, spiritual centers, and a guard tower high on a bluff overlooking the river, with more yet to be discovered at this archeological site. It would be a shame to lose this to a reservoir before it has even been fully unearthed and studied by academia. After lunch fun class III to IV rapids continue through the afternoon until we arrive at the village of Mendán. Rapids: El Cura (III), Wall Move (III), El Choclon (IV), Yangas (III), Hoodos (III) and many unnamed class II’s. (B+L+D)

Night 3: Camp at Mendan or Playa La Mushka ~km 45 or km 53

 

Day 4: Cultural Hightlight

It is a short hike up to town through picturesque fruit and coca plantations, and trees heavy with oranges, mangos, bananas and coconuts where we will be welcomed into the pueblo for a visit. Many participants state this is their favorite day of the trip because of the interactions with the locals. Guests tell us they had never before had the opportunity to visit with locals in their home environment. These villagers are truly unique in that they live close to nature in a self-sustaining lifestyle of living off the fertile soil of the Maranon River Valley and fishing from the rich waters of the Maranon. Later we stroll back to our rafts and continue downstream through a class III section of river to camp on the white sand beach of Antes San Lucas Rapid. Rapids: Tupen Grande (IV), Chipche (IV) and many unnamed class II’s and III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 4: Camp at Antes San Lucas Rapid ~km 62

 

Day 5: Chadin II Dam Site

Today we have more class III-IV rapids; action packed fun until we reach the site of the proposed Chadin Dos dam. The water slows at this point and the canyon walls narrow; marvel at the unique beauty of the cliffs that would be defaced by the proposed dam. Think about the fun rapids upstream that would be inundated by the reservoir. Just before camp you can take a short hike and wade in Magdelena Creek. Camp on a wonderfully scenic beach, directly above the thrilling Magdalena Rapid. This evening, participate in a discussion about ways to support the Peruvian and International conservation movements to save this fabulous river corridor from the proposed dams. Rapids: San Lucas (IV), Playa El Inca (IV), and many unnamed class III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 5: Camp at Magdelana Beach ~km 80

 

Day 6: Whitewater Highlight

The day starts with the whitewater rush of Magdalena rapid (Class IV-V), next we run several class III’s, and by mid-morning we arrive at the most challenging rapid of the entire trip, LinLin, a long Class V Rapid. We will stop to scout our line and take photos. Everyone has the option to walk this rapid if they do not feel comfortable running it. By early evening we will arrive at camp below Saura Rapid. Let the sounds of the gentle river lull you to sleep. Rapids: Magdalena (IV-V), LinLin (V), Saura (III), and many unnamed III’s. (B+L+D)

Night 6: Camp at Saura Rapid ~km 110

 

Day 7: Spectacular Bedrock Cascades and Amazon Cave

Today, we’re up early to row the few kilometers to the Bedrock Cascades. We spend the morning hiking and exploring this magnificent geological phenomenon where Aquablanca creek drops off the plateau above, forming a series of waterfalls. Each waterfall ends in a pool perfect for swimming or relaxing. Continuing down river, we will stop and linger at the impressive Amazon Cave; take photos, explore its depth, and marvel at another fabulous feature along the Rio Marañón. As we continue downstream, the landscape changes, the cactus and dry forests along the Rio Marañón giving way to lusher, greener vegetation. Witness red sandstone walls and lush riparian trees and shrubs filled with birds of every variety. Rapids: Palaguas (III) and several class II’s. (B+L+D)

Night 7: Camp at Sandstone Cliffs ~km 125

 

Day 8: Last River Day, Transport and Farewell Dinner 

After paddling about 15 kilometer, we arrive at Puerto Malleta, our take-out. We begin the derigging and cleaning process. Guests will load into vehicles for the 3-hour ride to Jaén where a room and shower await you. All participants will be provided a shared room at the hotel in Jaen. The double occupancy room is included for this last night as part of the trip cost. Some of the guides will stay behind to do the final derigging and preparation of equipment for transport the next day. After checking in and relaxing for a few hours, enjoy a farewell dinner with the guides and other team members as you plan the next leg of your journey. IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not schedule your departure from the expedition on this date, as we cannot guarantee we will be back in Jaen early enough to make your connection. (B+L+D)

Night 8: Prim’s Hotel in Jaen

 

Day 9:  Scheduled Departure from Jaen

While the expedition officially ended late last night, this is the day to book your departure from Jaen. Please remember, we cannot guarantee that you will make your connection if you book a departure on day 8. From Jaen you can take flights home or continue on to your next destination in Peru. There is much to offer in northern Peru; visit the jungle and pre-Incan ruins, tour Kuelap (the Maccu Picchu of the north), or experience the magnificent waterfalls of Yumbilla and Gocta. Travel south to Cusco/Macchu Pichu and the Sacred Valley; experience colonial Arequipa; or enjoy the coastal resorts of Peru. Let us know if you are interested in any add-on tours, we can make planning the rest of your trip in Peru easy.

INCLUDED

  • High quality professional rafting equipment: 
  • Self-bailing rafts (NRS and Hyside) 
  • NRS center mount rowing frames with open oarlocks
  • Variety of oars, some with oar rights
  • 1 cooler per raft (seat)
  • Several food barrels per raft
  • Complete camp kitchen with tables

Boating configuration:

  • 1 cargo raft to haul kitchen and possible other bulky items 
  • 2 to 3 additional rafts with up to 5 people and gear, depending on group size
  • 1 cataraft (possibly) depending on the expedition
  • Kayaks available at additional cost
  • Guides: Peruvian class V guides
  • 1 Peruvian class V guide per raft 
  • 1 Peruvian guide to row the heavy cargo raft
  • 1 Peruvian safety kayaker

Emphasis on Safety and Professional river procedures: the Peruvian guides have received international training, swift water rescue and wilderness first responder courses. They will row the more difficult rapids or take the oars if a guest becomes too tired.

Personal river gear: 

  • PFD/Life Jacket
  • Helmet
  • 1 110L NRS Bill’s Dry Bag for every 2 guests
  • Personal camp gear: 
  • 1 tent (3 or 4-person) for every 2 guests 
  • 1 thermarest sleeping pad per guest
  • 1 camp chair per guest
  • 2 hotel nights:
  • 1 hotel night in Cajamarca
  • 1 hotel night in Jaén
  • All meals while on the river, plus:
  • Welcome dinner in Cajamarca
  • Farewell dinner in Jaén 
  • Ground transportation:
  • Cajamarca to Balsas (put-in)
  • Puerto Malleta (take-out) to Jaén
  • Logistical support in town and on the river by professional river guides and outfitter

 

DOES NOT INCLUDED

  • Transport to Cajamarca to join the expedition
  • Transport from Jaen to return home or continue exploring Peru
  • Sleeping bag
  • Water shoes (please bring sturdy river shoes that will protect your feet)
  • Insurance of any kind, including medical evacuation insurance
  • Hotels or meals in the cities not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Tips and extra services not described in the itinerary

  

DATES:

JUNE: from Friday, June 29 to Saturday, July 7

JULY:  from Friday, July 13 to Saturday, July 21

AUGUST: from Friday, August 3 to Saturday, August 11

  

PRICE PER PERSON:

 

To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 1200.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher.

 

Trip Application

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Stand Up Paddle is a new modality that consists of standing or kneeling on a large board using a long paddle. This is a versatile sport, and you can surf waves or paddle in calm waters. This new activity gives us the opportunity to enjoy our rivers and lakes of the Peruvian Andes with a new perspective.

 

We offer different options:
Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Program
We meet at 9am in the center of Cusco, the Plaza de Armas, or if there is a large group, you will be picked up from your hotel. We bring you to the lake where we will go Stand Up Paddle boarding, which will be at huypo, piuray or huacarpay depending on the climate.
We will travel for about an hour to arrive depending on traffic in the city.
Once we arrive, everyone will get all the necessary equipment, including a paddleboard (with security strap), life jacket, neoprene full body wetsuit and a paddle.
Once everyone is equipped, the head guide will give all the information that you need, including instructions on how to paddle and stay safe. We will begin to practice balancing, and once the clients can balance well, they will begin to paddle towards the center of the lake. We will be out paddling for about 2 hours depending on the ability of the group.
Once we have paddled back from the center of the lake, we will hang out for a while to enjoy the marvelous view of the Andes. We offer a box lunch that consists of a sandwich (veggies, avocado, ham, cheese, olives, tuna, tomatoes, onion, potatoes and more) and some beers.
Finally, we pack up all the equipment and return to Cusco the same way that we came. We will arrive in Cusco just later than 4pm, as this is an all day activity.

 

Includes:

  • Two way transportation
  • New and necessary equipment to SUP, (SUP board with security strap, life jacket, full wetsuit)
  • Box lunch
  • Professional Guide

You should bring:

  • A change of clothes
  • An extra pair of sandals or tennis shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Swimsuit
  • Optional photo service

 

IMPORTANT:

NOTE: In active tourism and adventure sports exists a natural and inherent risk. The guides account for this with their experience and development. To a large part, you safety depends on following the instructions of the guide during the activity.

  • 1. The activities that we offer are subject to the conditions of the participants, and whatever happens before or during the activity that can affect the activity (weather, abrupt change in conditions, physical problems of the participants, etc.). If this happens, the client has the right to postpone or substitute for a different activity.
  • 2. In order to participate in these activities, the client has the obligation to inform the guide about their physical, sensory or mental disabilities. You also agree to not be under the influence of alcohol drugs or other medications that can influence your ability to react while participating in the activity.
    In order to participate in water related activities, you must know how to swim. If you do not meet this prerequisite, please notify your guide so they can make a professional decision on what you can do.
    In the technical wavier form for each activity, the conditions and minimum age requirement to participate is listed. Persons younger than 14 years will need legal authorization from, or to be accompanied by, whoever is responsible for them. In any case, and especially in advanced level SUP activities, you can do a trial before going and you reserve the right to go, with the authorization of parents up until the age of 18.
  • 3. The SUP agreement begins with the activity contract, and the understanding that the client is responsible to transporting themselves to the site they leave from as well as from the transport to the place where the activity starts. The client is responsible for following the instructions during the activity, although excluded from this are times when clients do things on their own, such as resting, eating, and waiting.
  • 4. The prices include direct services for SUP for the minimum group indicated. Outside contracted services such as transport and accommodation will be in charge of the client to facilitate said services, and on occasions can be managed for SUP.
  • 5. The price includes the necessary material, both individual and collective. Each technical wavier form lists the necessary equipment for each activity and program.
    LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY OF ACTIVITES AND COURSES:
    Levels of difficulty are assessed using two variables, including, physical force necessary to participate and the knowledge of the technical skills.
    Basic (New): This is for everyone above the minimum age. You don’t need to have any prior knowledge or experience of the technique to be able to participate.
    Intermediate: You will need moderate physical force and previous basic technical training.

Advanced: You will need sustained physical force and will need to have a good previous base of the technique.

 


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To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 197.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher.

 

Trip Application

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