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2005 IRF World Rafting ChampionshipThe 2005 IRF World Rafting Championships were held in Ecuador this past October 2005. After tight bids, Ecuador was chosen by the International Rafting Federation to be the hosts of the event Fotos

Bare Foot Expeditions

Ecuador is an ideal country for rafting and kayak adventures

with its high mountain ranges and its many rivers dropping down from the Andes into the Amazon basin or coastal plains. Due its tropical location you are offered expeditions year-round with only the water levels of some rivers being the main decisive factor.

Toachi River in the Santo Domingo Area:  This is Ecuador's most popular rafting river as it is only 3 hours from Quito located and provides fun-filled runs yearlong. Depending on the water level you might run the upper section (high water) or lower section with the famous Sapo Gorge and ending in Valle Hermoso.
Quijos River in the Baeza Area:  The river drops down to the Eastern Amazonian region and is located 3 hours from Quito. This river offers excellent 1 or 2 day rafting excursions with many challenging rapids and a beautiful tropics with rich flora and fauna.

Upano River in the  Macas Area: This river is located in the rugged and hilly region around Macas and offers excellent longer rafting excursions. The first days are spent in a part of river surrounded by lush tropical jungle vegetation and many birds. On the last days we enter a towering canyon, which is called "River of the Sacred Waterfalls" as spectacular falls cascade down the walls. This also is a region inhabited by Shuar Indians, who we visit in their traditional palm thatched huts.

Tours by "Isla Blue Tours" (across the street from the Italian Embassy in Quito) Erich Lehenbauer Tel:  (00 593 2) 223 0194  email:


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