The majority of Ecuador's whitewater rivers share a number of characteristics. Plunging off the Andes the upper sections are very steep creeks offering, if they're runnable at all, serious technical grade V, suitable for expert kayakers only. As the creeks join on the lower slopes they form rivers navigable by both raft and kayak (ie less steep, more volume). Some of these rivers offer up to 100 km of continuous grade III-IV whitewater, before flattening out to rush towards the Pacific Ocean on one side of the ranges or deep into the Amazon Basin on the other.
Our energetic guide team comprises English-speaking Ecuadorian and international guides who make every effort to ensure you have so much fun you'll want to come back for more. They are proud river professionals who have been thoroughly trained in the technical aspects of river running, as well customer care, first aid, CPR and river rescue.
Our raft guides and trip leaders meet the standards recommended by the International Rafting Federation, and surpass those required by the Ecuadorian Ministry of Tourism. Our kayak guides and instructors are qualified by the American Canoe Association.