The 'Futa' or 'Fu,' as it's known, is a technical, demanding river, with some sections only appropriate for experienced rafters. Depending on the outfitter you choose and the services included, rafting the Futaleufú starts at CH$50,000 per person for a half-day section known as Bridge to Bridge, with Class IV and IV-plus rapids. A full-day trip for experienced rafters only goes from Bridge to Macul, adding two Class V rapids, starting at CH$60,000.
Ideal for families, there's rafting on the Class III Río Espolón. Novice kayakers can try this river or head to Lago Espolón for a float trip.