Rafting Jatun Yacu River Class III - HALF DAY

Water Sports in The Northern Oriente

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Rafting in the Jatun Yacu river provides a perfect rafting experience all year long due to the natural river flow free of dams, perfect weather, and perfect water temperature.LOCATION30 minutes away from Tena (Province Napo), this river is a tributary to the Amazon river that rises in Ecuador on the flanks of the east andean volcanoes Antisana, Sincholagua & Cotopaxi.THE PRICE INCLUDES-2 hours of Rafting-Certified and Professional Guides (IRF - International Rafting Federation, ACA - American Canoe Association)-Rafting Gear: Helmet, LifeJacket, Paddle and Semi-Dry Top-Intern Shuttle-First Aid Kit with certified WAFA Trip Leader-Safety Kayaker
ITINERARYMORNING TRIP08:00 | Hotel Pick Up (TENA)08:00-08:45 | Transfer to River Entrance 08:45-09:00 | Safety Talk09:15 | Rafting Starts!10:30 | Water Break & Picture Time at Iloculin12:15 | Exit in Santa Rosa and Hotel Transfer (TENA)AFTERNOON TRIP14:00 | Hotel Pick Up (TENA)14:00-14:45 | Transfer to River Entrance14:45-15:00 | Safety Talk15:15 | Rafting Starts!16:30 | Water Break & Picture Time at Iloculin17:15 | Exit in Santa Rosa and Hotel Transfer (TENA)ADVENTURE DESCRIPTIONOur half day rafting adventure in the Jatun Yacu river is unique because if you do not have the time or simply do not want to spend the whole day rafting, you can live a quick and exciting adrenaline rush in a beautiful river in the Amazon region.With the half day adventure, we make sure to take you through the most exciting parts of the river. During this trip, we get to stop and swim in the beautiful and warmer Iluculin river and relax on the beach where the Jatun Yacu and Iluculin rivers converge. Although a half day experience, there is no shortage of beautiful nature that can be seen during the entire experience.The lush jungle on both sides of the river, the sounds of Amazonian birds, and the view of the mountains in the distance leaves you with an appreciation and memory of this beautiful region.

What’s included

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Local taxes
  • National Park fees
  • All activities
  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points

What’s not included

  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
  • Food and drinks
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