The Rio Toachi in Ecuador is world famous for its unique rafting conditions. Located on the western stretches of the Ecuadorian Andes, the river runs through deep-cut valleys and splendid locales. Once on a rafting trip on the river, the whitewaters will surely enthrall and excite you! The Rio Toachi offers rapids of Class III and IV, providing the rafters ample scope to raft down the course.
As you proceed further, then you can see the river running through deep forests and the rapids turning more difficult for rafting. While running through the town of Santa Domingo, the water quality of Rio Toachi deteriorates. However, this section is surrounded by several fun rapids. One of the best rapids can be found when the river bends through a canyon called Sapo (Frog) Gorge.
If you plan to share some exciting stories of real adventure on whitewaters with your friends, then the Rio Toachi is the perfect place to be in. Test your rafting mettle as you raft down the river and face the mounting challenges all by yourself. But, don’t forget all the essentials required in the trip. For better understanding of the waters and the techniques of tackling the high-rising torrents, it is advisable to get the help of a professional rafter.
More so, in case you love to explore the incredible natural surrounding at the end of the rafting expedition, you can set up camps by the riverside. Spend a night under the stars and enjoy the warmth of the flames as you sit by the bonfire! Make sure you carry all your favorite drinks and snacks as well. So, get set for the “wet mission” and grab the entire thrill on the waters of Rio Toachi.