Embark on a thrilling outdoor adventure that combines white-water rafting with zip-lining and satisfies your need for speed. Depart Cusco for Oropesa, where you can ease your butterflies with a bite of the town's iconic bread before hitting the Vilcanota River. Tackle Class III and IV rapids and battle intense waves as you make your way downstream, enjoying the remarkable scenery of the surrounding Andes as you go. Afterward, soar through the sky on an exhilarating zip ride.
Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
We had a good time on the rafting trip. We didn’t get the bread that was advertised above. I do wish they stated that you needed to bring a towel and swim suit. The tour guides were great and very knowledgeable. I was worried about the water and getting sick but all good. We couldn’t do the zip line because it was raining so don’t plan on it if you go to Cusco in rainy season.
Tour guides were super friendly, and you feel safe rafting with them, especially for first-timers! Dropped a star for a couple of things. Felt that it could have been a bit more organized. Didn't like the fact that after we were finished rafting we had nowhere to change into dry clothes, so either go behind a bush or change in the van. Definitely recommend bringing a pair of flip-flops or sandals, bathing suit, a big towel to dry off, and an extra bottle of water wish they stated all this in their info section!. We never made a stop for homemade bread as described above, but we did get a really nice lunch though after the rafting. The zip-line was a super simple added bonus so don't have high expectations. All in all, was a good time :
This was my favorite tour I did while staying in Cusco. The instructors make you feel very comfortable even if you have not rafted before. The zip line is smaller than I thought but still fun. I recommend you bringing flip flops to use after you get out of the water and bring a change of clothes.
We had a great time on the rafting trip, but it was quite cold and it started to rain. Since it started to rain, we couldn't do the zip lining but when we got off the raft, we had a team whipping up a delicious lunch for us and some nice hot tea. The crew was very hospitable and kind. Too bad we couldn't do the zip lining!
This was a great trip. Our tour guide was very good in teaching us how to navigate the river rapids and how to use paddles. For many of us it was the first time white water rafting. The lunch provided was good as well.