The Manso River starts off its journey from the glaciers and moves through Castano Overo. With typical cordillera characteristics, the river moves through the Andean Patagonian forests, making the waterway visible through the Valdivian jungles as well.
The river is unique in its own way, with plenty of waterfalls all along its path and beautiful natural scenery surrounding the water body. One prominent waterfall on its path is Los Alerces, also called as Manso Medio. The Manso runs mostly through the geographical area of Chile, making its way through Tagua and finally draining off in the Pacific Ocean near to the Reloncavi Bay.
With rapids of Class III, the Manso River is indeed exciting, with loads of rapids spotted all through the river course. Moreover, the lovely greenery surrounding the river turns it all the more beautiful! As you raft through the enthralling rapids and cut past the fascinating whitewaters, you can spare a look at the stunning natural sights as well!
The lower section of the river, with its enchanting torrents, welcomes all the rafters to have a closer look at the whitewaters. The trip happens to appear more exciting as the water body moves through the canyon and falls from a great height, before flowing into the Pacific. The captivating natural location beside the Manso River is indeed pretty gripping amidst the deafening waters. As you pass through the mounting waves and zigzag your way through the boulders, you can sense your pulse rate soaring!
So, all you adrenalin junkies out there get ready for an electrifying ride on the awesome Manso River!