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We pick you up at 8:50 am in the morning from your hotel in Cusco. Where our tourist bus service, take you to the area south of Cusco to the town of Cusipata The transfer lasts an average of 1 hour and 30 minutes in the Cusco-Sicuani road.
Where we arrive at our private camp called “Camp Cusipata River”.
Upon arriving at our campsite “Cusipata River Camp” will find all the facilities like: toilets, dressing rooms, sauna, lockers and provided all rafting equipment, such as: helmet, life jacket, suit neo-preno and a waterproof jacket.

Then the guides will provide all necessary information about the commands to be carried in the boat.
Then move them in our private bus for about 15 minutes more south to the Bridge Acomayo, where we started rafting, and proceed river travel in inflatable rafts Bulking Auto by an average of 2 hours. The rapids in this section are Class III and IV, we also send a safety kayaker
At the end of the Boating immediately return to “Cusipata River Camp” where they can relax in our sauna, then have a delicious lunch (vegetarian food available if vegetarians).
Then the guides will provide all the necessary information about the ZIP LINE as slipping.
Then start with ZIPLINE consisting of 4-wire 120 meters long each.
After lunch they will pack all their things again and will be back in Cusco at approximately 5:30 p.m.


  • Transportation round trip by bus Tourist Service.
  • All river equipment such as: Lifejacket, waterproof jacket, Wetsuit, helmet. (We have completely revamped team)
  • A lunch, hot and cold drinks. (Vegetarian Food)
  • Professional guides Class V

You must carry

  • A complete set of clothes
  • A pair of sandals or sneakers for the river
  • Sunscreen
  • A small towel
  • Bathing suit to wear under the wetsuit
  • Positive mental attitude.
  • Optional Service Photos

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