The rivers that flow down the Ecuadorian Andes are some of the most exciting rafting rivers in the world.The River Napo is known locally as the Jatunyacu River, which in the Kichwa language translates as “big river”. A great trip for both beginners and experts alike with the perfect combination of rapids, landscapes and the Ecuadorian jungle. As one of the tributaries of the amazing Amazon River, this is one of those adventures that you should do it.
The trip starts at 9am in Tena City, we pick you up from your hotel/hostel previously we take all the necessary equipment with.We then head to the LLanganates Nacional Park and after around 45 minutes we arrive at Cando, a local Kichwa community in the jungle.Your guide then gives you the equipment (life jackets, helmets, paddles, etc.) and a full safety talk on the banks of the river and demonstrates the paddling techniques needed for maintenance the group safety during the activity. Once everyone is ready the boat, you’ll set off with your guide and soon come to, Pimpilala – one of the biggest adrenaline rushes of the trip. The fun continues as you splash through waves of white-water, exploring jungle canyons and taking a dip in the refreshing waters of the river as you go.During the trip we stop at a beach by the river for a delicious picnic lunch.As the trip ends, we bring the rafts to the side of the river, where the driver is waiting with dry clothes and some snacks and drinks.And after 10 Minutes we arrive in Tena city were we take you to your hotel and finish the Activity.