- Machu Picchu
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Only a select number of adventurous have made this astounding and exceptional journey.
Only a select number of people have made this extraordinary and unforgettable journey. It begins close to the remarkable location of the Incan City of Gold Paititi, and ends at the wondrous Inca ruins of Machu Picchu high in the Andes. This trip takes you from the Snow-crowned Andes to the beautiful and exotic Amazon jungle. The sights on the journey down the river are amazing you can see palm tree-size ferns, gigantic cacti, giant otters, tiny monkeys, swarms of butterflies, and rainbow-colored Macaws.
This recently opened river had dozens of class 3 and 4 rapids, that are suitable for paddle rafting and inflatable kayaking. On this journey you can wonder at two of South America’s marvels, the Pongo Mainique Canyon and Machu Picchu. In terms of the ecology, local culture, heritage, history, weather, views and whitewater, this Peruvian journey is perhaps the finest river-based adventure travel in the world. This river’s conditions are pleasant with few insects, swimming pool temperature water, days in the low eighties and nights in the, pleasant sixties.
The safety of our clients is our main priority. Our guides are the best, they been running the Yavero river for many years, they are certified in Swift-water rescue, first aid advanced and most importantly they are experienced, know our Canyon history and they are responsible and fun.
Yavero is carefully designed to provide safe and fun adventure vacation. We care about the environment, and we work day by day in an effort to prevent contamination and pollution.
Giant otters, macaws, unnumbered of kind of birds,
We have garbage disposal for organic and inorganic trash. Toilet facilities includes chemical toilet. All inorganic matter is returned to Cusco, including all human waste (transported by means of cargo boat).
Warm and jumped during the morning that of May to September, it can get a little chilly in the evening during May to August.
May 29: available spaces 10
June 09: Full