An extremely remote river, the Barranca Grande is quite a significant water body in Mexico. Especially in the Antigua Valley, the river has earned special reputation for its scenic magnificence and speeding torrents. Positioned in the state of Veracruz, the river moves through the Cousatlan de Benitez and makes its way along the dense Mexican jungles.
In its upper course, the Barranca Grande comprises of low waters, offering rapids of Class II. The waters of this particular section of the river is ideal for beginners and you won’t need any prior training to paddle through these mild waters. However, the surrounding natural locations by the river-side are worth a dekko! The lush vegetation and the multicolored foliage offer a great sight to view at. The majestic canyons and the magnificent waterfalls spilling down through their bodies is another memorable scene waiting to mesmerize you!
As you further move in its course, the Barranca Grande changes its features drastically and catches enormous speed! It drifts through narrow tree-lined channel, thus gaining speed and momentum. Moreover, you get to see a couple of amazing rapids midway. Here, the river boasts of waters up to Class IV at places. Once you embark on your rafting voyage through the river, you can enjoy incredible curling waves and electrifying rapids such as “The Toothbrush”. With a length of 48 km, the Barranca Grande is a perfect mixture of various sorts of currents. While traveling through the isolated lands, you can experience real adventure and fun.
So, get prepared to grab all the excitement! Arrange for your “wet mission” and get set to sway through the soft and speeding curls of the mesmerizing waterway!