White water rafting in Ecuador offers fun and exciting rapids for any level of paddler.
Great for beginners, families and experts alike, rafting in Ecuador makes an excellent extension to your holiday.
Raft rapids from grade II up to grade IV+, on one day to five-day trips with shore side camps and great waves.
In Galapagos, peaceful sea kayaking among turtles, sea lions and mangrove swamps await those that make the journey.
Everything worked out really well. We were met at the airport and each day our drivers picked us up as expected. The organisation was brilliant.
All the activities were fantastic. We loved the white water rafting (and we're pleased that Emma joined us for it), El Monde Lodge (wonderful location) and the zip wires in particular. I'd like to explore more of South America in future so may be in touch next year!
C. Blagg, Tailor Made Ecuador
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Dates: From January 2019 to December 2020
Capacity: 16 people
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