The Rio Jondachi River, considered as the “Gem of Andes”, is quite a prominent river of Ecuador. The upper stretch of the river is merely 10 km long, but the waterway here is famous for sporting hundreds of rapids all through coureway. The rapids present in the upper stretch are of class IV-V, offering the rafters wild torrents to raft on. The steep creek of the water body has been attracting rafters all over the globe for quite a long time.
Bringing in enough rafting challenges through its various rapids, the Upper section of Rio Jondachi makes the entire trip of skilled rafters quite an exhilarating one! Along with that, the pathway is sculptured with huge granite boulders. Thus, once on the river, you are sure to meet the tricky boulders while zigzagging your way through the high-rising whitewaters!
Unlike the upper section, the lower section of Rio Jondachi is rather easy to raft on, thanks to its rapids of Class III-IV. With small and interesting waves, this part of the river is longer and more picturesque. Along the river side, you can view the lush greenery and “out of this world” scenic beauty, which is sure to cast a spell on you! The lower section of Rio Jondachi seems to be indeed enlivening, as the river here moves through remote corners of this South American country. The Rio Jondachi then meets up with the Hollin River and finally, empties into the Volcano Sumaco.
Thus, once you choose to take a break from your busy schedule and plan for a thrilling holiday, try the rafting expedition on Rio Jondach! Along with the tumultuous rapids, you will be rewarded with beautiful locations surrounding the water body. So, what are you waiting for? Get ready to enjoy the special journey!