The northern sections of Brazil reward rafters around the globe with some amazing rivers. Streaming through the lovely narrow river valley is the Rio Novo. The water body moves amidst the dry-as-dust scrubland and reaches the nearby highlands. Meandering along the isolated sections of the eastern region, the river runs through sparsely inhabited lands and moves towards an extensive plateau. Surprisingly, the Rio Novo River still remains totally unexplored! Hence, this pristine water body is waiting to be explored by human hands.
The entire rafting route of the river is pretty interesting! Heading further in its course, you will find the Rio Novo turning into a chaotic water body with turbulent waves. At the edge of the plateau, the rapids rise to Class IV, speeding up the whole river. Now, the Rio Novo churns and winds through several rapids, as it makes way through numerous bends. It then transforms into a quiet river, as the waterway reaches a flat section and then continues to cascade downwards. The gorgeous Cachoeira da Velha waterfall adds another feather in the cap of the captivating river.
Drifting through the incredible torrents, you can spare a look at the gallery of trees by the riverside. You can also look at the lush wildlife, which offer an excellent view of hanging monkeys, cawing toucans and macaws. So, get prepared to take the plunge in the magnetic waters of Rio Novo. Get swayed in the alluring waves and enjoy the magnificent clear waters of the Rio Novo to the fullest
The Jacura River is another great whitewater rafting river in Brazil