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Half day trip

 

 


Half day trips are a great way to experience the thrill of white water rafting,  just being on the river for a few hours with family and friends is enough. Half day trips are also good for beginners. They are a perfect introduction to the sport and often create a desire for longer river running adventures. Half a day trips easily fit into a traveler's schedule. Our  companies offer both full- and half-day trips (mornings and afternoons).
09:00am  /     15:00 pm
Guided   half-day trips are great for family vacations or corporate .  clothing   is provided for you.  Talk with your guide for more information. Half  day-trips include a  snacks  always excellent
Halft day trips can last a  hours, and  half . The class of rapids on half a day trips also varies, from class I (focusing on scenery rather than whitewater) to class III  (moderate difficult). Of course, water level and time of year also play a part.

 



PETROHUE  RIVER  RAFTING

Level

Class III (Intermediate)

Time of the Year

Year Around

Length

Half Day Tour

Departure Time

09:00 am. to 14:30 pm.
15:00 pm. to 20:30 pm.

Minimum Age

12 years old

Requirements

No prior rafting experience is necessary, but participants must know how to swim.

Includes:

State of the art equipment (wetsuits, spray jackets, life jackets, booties, helmets, paddles, and self-bailing rafts). Round-trip transportation, Snack

Guide

English – Spanish

Need to Bring

Bathing suits, sunscreen, towel and a dry change of clothes.



Description:    
Grab a paddle and join us on one of Chile’s most beautiful rivers, the Petrohue. A ride down this Class III section of river provides thrilling adrenaline-rushing rapids, as well as opportunities to float through quiet sections while taking in the splendor of Vicente Perez Rosales National Park.  Expert guides lead you down this stretch for approximately 1.5 hours, which passes through breathtaking scenery and offers views of Volcanoes Osorno, Calbuco, and Puntiagudo. 


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