Rafting in Cusco and Peru

Full-service rafting in Cusco & Peru with options for all abilities and ages

Why go rafting in Peru with us?

  • We hold all relevant licences for rafting, use only experienced, highly trained guides and top quality equipment
  • All guides are Swift Water Rescue qualified and First Aid qualified
  • Safety kayaker on all rafting trips
  • Equipment includes: NRS flotation devices, wetsuits, boots, helmets, cags and rafts. Red Paddle SUPS, and Feelfree sit on tops
  • We offset all carbon produced by your trip
  • Read our Ultimate Guide to White Water Rafting in Peru

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    Read what our customers say about us


    • Our guide was a very knowledgeable, warm, charismatic individual whose company we enjoyed. The highlight was the Inca Trail, especially when we had it to ourselves. We had a superb time due to organization and guides
      Check out Jo and Hugh's adventure, the incredible 5-day Inca Trail trek to the world-famous Machu Picchu.
      Jo and Hugh
    • I was astounded by the varied menu and what the cook produced. The personnel were all friendly, polite and very good at their jobs. Our guide was knowledgeable, friendly with a sense of humor, professional at all times. He instilled confidence. Choquequirao was a little harder than expected due to the altitude. Every day was an experience/ an adventure. All our senses were stimulated.
      Check out Runa's adventure, our trek from Choquequirao to Machu Picchu, here.
      Runa
    • I cannot put into words what this trip means to me: One of the best times of my life. One I will relish forever. The food on the trail was fantastic and I cannot believe the quality and diversity of the cuisine. The guides were wonderful, professional, knowledgeable, and caring. Thank you so, so, much for everything you did.  
      Check out DR's adventure, the incredible 5-day Inca Trail trek to the world-famous Machu Picchu.
      DR
    • Chino was so amazing. By the end of the trek we felt that we had made a great friend, he was so kind, intelligent, and polite and was just great with our teenage children. We went 9km and told Chino we wanted to go really fast to challenge ourselves. We made the trek in about 3 hours instead of 5. We were very happy. The difficult initial ascent from km104 was a very vigorous trek which we loved. The ruins of Winay Wayna were magical and the amazing flowers, ferns, moss, and vines were the best. I loved it all except the scary bus ride down from Machu Picchu to the train station. Next time I will trek down.
      Check out Kristen's adventure, the one of a kind KM104 (Inca Trail) leading explorers into the world-famous Machu Picchu.
      Kristen