Chuki and Cusipata are our popular rafting sections during the dry season located at upper of Urubamba river, located after Urcos town a 60 Km south from Cusco with nice and scenic views from andean villages, it is less crowded, tranquil and cleaner than the Ollantaytambo section. It consists of rapids that are graded II, III. Overall, you will be running the water for about 2 and a half hours, with some parts for relaxing and soaking up and other parts for pumping up your adrenalina levels. Also, there will be a guide in a Kayak in some rapids and technical spots where he will scout first and indicate appropriate directions. Upon arrival to the river, you will be gear up with a wetsuit, helmets, waterproof jacket, and life jacket. The guide will offer a 15 minute safety briefing and give general information for the group (check all are dressed well, how to paddle, learn basic rules, follow up instructions). Leave your belongings on our private bus later on the driver will meet us at lunch place. Afterwards we have a picnic lunch, with hot and cold drinks, right there in the middle of a small village or near the river with fantastic views of south of Cusco.
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