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Whitewater Rafting Guide To River Trips


Chile became famous for its world-class whitewater in the 1990’s after numerous exploratory trips reported turquoise rivers, big rapids, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The Futaleufu, in the Patagonia region of Southern Chile, is consistently named by adventure magazines as one of the top 10 river trips in the world.

Futaleufu River Rafting Trips (Class IV-V):
The Futaleufu River offers forty miles of Class IV-V whitewater rafting. The water is clear and a brilliant shade of turquoise. The river cuts through a valley surrounded by the glacier-capped mountains of Patagonia.

Go Rafting with A Commercial Outfitter in Chile

One of the original California outfitters, All-Outdoors has been offering whitewater adventures for over 40 years. Their latest expansion to Chile offers a perfect mixture of whitewater rafting, scenery and culture. Visit their website for more information about Chile whitewater rafting


More About Rafting in Chile

A Chile whitewater rafting trip on the Futaleufu is one of the most culturally stimulating and exciting river trips in the world. Hidden in the Patagonia region of Southern Chile, the Futaleufu is captivatingly beautiful, with spectacular alpine lakes and mountain streams. The people of this region are also warm and welcoming, exemplifying the virtues of a life lived in concert with the land. From one generation to the next, the same families have lived off the land with amazing greenhouses for their vegetables. Chile Whitewater rafting trips are available in January and February when the hillsides are covered with lush wildflowers and roaming wildlife. For a truly life-changing travel experience, explore Chile whitewater rafting.