Rio Apurimac & Inca Trail River Rafting Expedition
Rates: Inca Trail Multi Sport June 30th 2015 - July 10th 2015 $3,450 US Inca Trail Multi Sport July 12th 2015 - July 22nd 2015 $3,450 US Inca Trail Multi Sport August 1st 2015 - August 11th 2015 $3,450 US Inca Trail Multi Sport August 22nd 2015 - September 1st 2015 $3,450 US Rio Futaleufu River Expedition November 23rd 2015 - November 30th 2015 $3,300 US Rio Futaleufu River Expedition December 4th 2015 - December 11th 2015 $3,300 US Rio Futaleufu River Expedition December 21st 2015 - December 28th 2015 $3,300 US Rio Futaleufu River Expedition December 28th 2015 - January 4th 2016 $3,300 US Colombia Multi-Sport January 19th 2016 - January 26th 2016 $2,250 US Colombia Multi-Sport February 2nd 2016 - February 9th 2016 $2,250 US Colombia Multi-Sport February 9th 2016 - February 16th 2016 $2,250 US Colombia Multi-Sport February 16th 2016 - February 23rd 2016 $2,250 US Rio Cotahuasi Expedition June 28th 2016 - July 8th 2016 $3,100 US Rio Apurimac & Inca Trail Expedition Until very recently, the Rio Apurimac remained a scarcely known river through one of the deepest canyons in the world and the uppermost source of the Amazon River. Rising in Peru’s glaciated southwestern Cordilleras at 18,000’ in elevation, the Apurimac courses downstream through a distinctive narrow canyon sculpted over the millennia into smooth, overhanging walls of incredible shapes and of astonishing dimensions. Today, the Apurimac (translated as “divinity talker” in native dialect) remains one of the least explored canyons on Earth. The gorge features fantastic waterfalls and stunning scenery, awesome Class III-V whitewater, one portage at a point where the river constricts to less than one-tenth its size, and an unrivaled feeling of remoteness. Stretching over a massive area throughout the Peruvian Himalaya, the Inca road system covered nearly 14,000 miles. Portions of the network remain today, providing trekkers with access to some of the most spectacular mountain passes and to a multitude of pre-Columbian ruins. Among the most impressive of the Incan ruins is the renowned Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas.” Situated within a stunning valley at 8,000 feet in elevation, the greatest of the Incan establishments beckons visitors from around the world, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. The site officially encompasses 325 square kilometers and features marvelous well-preserved stone structures, religious sites, gardens, and walkways. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is not included.
- This vessel is rented without a captain. Customers can operate the vessel.
- 6 guests
- Boards & Paddles
Why Go With Global Descents?• World-Class Adventure, Unsurpassed Quality, Extraordinary Value• Explore the World’s Greatest River Canyons• Five-Star Guest Services• Highly Experienced, Fun, and Dynamic Expedition Leaders• Interaction with People from Remote CulturesGlobal Descents offers expeditions to suit every adventure traveler. We cater some of the world’s greatest river and adventure travel trips to ten different rivers on four continents. The Zanskar River and Siang River – India, Asia. The Zambezi River – Zambia and the Matsiatra River – Madagascar, Africa. The Rio Futaleufu – Chile, the Rio Cotahuasi and the Rio Ampurimac – Peru, and the Rio Fonce and the Rio Suarez – Columbia, South America. The Rio Chama – New Mexico, North America.These rivers rank among the most sought-after descents in the world of whitewater adventure rafting.The logistical complexities involved in running these rivers cannot be understated, but we have designed proven successful itineraries that produce high-quality, exciting, safe, and exceptionally fun trips every time. Whether you choose the aqua blue wave trains of Patagonia, the exotic wildlife and warm waters of Africa, the ten-thousand foot deep Himalayan canyon of northern India, or the jungle runs of South America, your adventure with Global Descents will be an unforgettable physical and cultural experience of lifetime!Mission Statement“To explore the world’s many amazing rivers with great groups of people.”GuidesOn your expedition with Global Descents, you will get to know your guides, all of whom you will find to be some of the most enthusiastic and dedicated people in the world. All are have more than a decade of experience running rivers across the globe. Simply put, we cut no corners in choosing our staff. As the backbone of our company, every one of our guides are knowledgeable about the rivers we run, and are fun, talented, people with exceptional river skills and uncompromising safety practices. Most of all, they are incredibly enthusiastic about sharing their favorite rivers with you. Meet your experienced Guides SafetyA guided river expedition with Global Descents will offer you the comfort, security and service of a U.S company abroad. We pride ourselves as true professionals, and have systems in place to ensure a safe and fun filled adventure.Our FocusGlobal Descents’ focus is personal service to each individual. Understanding your needs, passions, and interests help us to create the travel experience of a lifetime.EquipmentWe pride ourselves on using the best equipment in the industry: self-bailing rafts US Coast Guard approved life jackets fully adjustable helmets thick, inflatable sleeping pads and quality expedition tents. By staying up to date with the latest in gear technology, we are able to provide a higher level of comfort and safety. Let’s face it: it’s just more fun with good gear.CuisineWe have mastered the art of creating great cuisine in remote locations. We prepare regional cuisine highlighting specialties of each area. We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy the warm campfire as we prepare your meal to remember.ConservationThere are constant threats to rivers all over the globe. From potential dams to other environmental threats to the watershed, it is the river community’s duty to inform both its guests and local communities about the benefits of protecting the resource. Global Descents strives to do its part in demonstrating the benefits of tourism to rivers by supporting the local economy as much as possible. We do this through buying locally and employing a large local support team.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.