The Río Grande River of Bolivia has its source in the southern hills of the Sierra de Cochabamba, which is again located in the eastern city of Cochabamba. At its very source, the river is called as the Rio Rocha. Immediately after it appears from the source, the waterway gets past the Cochabamba valley basin and moves into the western direction.
Following this, the river heads southeast and then converges with the the Río Arque. Here again, the river is named as Río Caine. The water body then travels towards the southeast and then gets the name of Río Grande. Measuring up to a length of 500 km, the river moves towards the northeast and finally streams around the city of Santa Cruz. Apart from providing an exotic view of the surroundings through its several bends, the Río Grande River is famous for providing its rafters engrossing whitewaters as well!
Experience an exotic rafting experience once you embark on a rafting voyage through the riverbed and get a glimpse of the captivating lush greenery by the riverside. The Río Grande moves pretty slow, offering rapids of Class II and III while making its way through the beguiling canyons. However, be careful as the water flows in a typical manner and you end up pinning your boat against a wall.
The Río Grande, with its amazing treasure of turbulent torrents and surrounding scenery, welcomes visitors across the globe all year round. Especially for novice rafters, the river stands to the ideal place to set the boat on. The fascinating whitewaters beneath, the clear blue sky above and the fresh air of the surroundings make the entire tourist-folk crazy about this water body. The Río Grande streams through the Bolivian wilderness, giving you an opportunity to encounter the vicious insects and the incredible wildlife around. So, get ready to face the thrilling torrents of Río Grande