Our sea kayak and white water rafting adventures take place on some of Chile’s best rivers, lakes and oceans.
Travel to remote areas of Chile and then get even more so – many of the places we visit are only accessible by water.
The Rio Futaleufu boasts some of the world’s biggest and best rapids for white water rafting adventure enthusiasts.
Patagonia is kayak heaven, with options in Torres del Paine, the Lake District and more.
Thanks for your help with the Patagonia trip. Couldn't have been better. Great group, great guides, great weather ...
T. Jayne, Tailor Made Chile
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $5,350 / £4,537 per person
Dates: From December 2023 to March 2024
Capacity: 16 people
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What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $1,190 / £1,009 per person
Prices From $887 / £752 per person
Dates: From October 2022 to April 2023
Capacity: 60 people
Prices From $2,610 / £2,213 per person
Capacity: 8 people
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I had the most amazing time, it far exceeded what I was expecting.
The camp really does sell itself short, it’s an amazing camp. Food was out of this world and all staff were great, free bar at camp and each tent/hut had its own member of staff allocated to you for the whole trip, so coffee served in bed every morning.
There were yoga classes every morning to help get ready for the day in the raft and two hot tubs.
I'm going to go again next year!
V Hykel, UK, 2014
» Raft The Futaleufu River, Chile
I would not only consider Andean Trails as an option if I were lucky enough to be looking for another adventure, it would be my first choice.
M. Elliot, UK, 2007
» Trek and Kayak Paine W
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