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Whitewater Kayaking on the Coast of Oaxaca!

Whitewater Kayaking on the Coast of Oaxaca!

Alamania, Rio Copalita, Oaxaca.

Alamania, the upper Copalita is a day of non-stop whitewater. A granite canyon with plenty of gradient. The rapids range from easy…

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Else Where

Else Where

From the rain forests of Veracruz -- slots and falls.

The Famous Falls run. Narrow basalt micro gorge with steep drops. Filo, Alto Filo, Alsaseca and more. Class III -…

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Oaxaca

Zimatan

Our classic whitewater tour of the unspoiled rivers around Huatulco. the Zimatan trip features full days of pool-drop whitewater. The coast of Oaxaca has some of the best whitewater in Mexico.

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Rio Verde

The Rio Verde is a seven-day self-support whitewater trip.  This is the best river in Mexico for experienced kayakers. Spend a week paddling 90 miles and more than 50 rapids. The Verde is clean water, wilderness, camping on beautiful beaches. From class III to V the verde is seven days of kayaking.  Imagine the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho, then step up the whitewater a grade and remove all the crowds. 

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Micos

Santa Maria Waterfalls

Looking for some waterfall time?

This is the place. Take a trip flying off waterfalls, boofing travertine teacups and enjoying the rivers of La Huasteca Potosina. Blue rivers and tropical surroundings, the Santa Maria Region is beautiful and exotic. For the complete creek experience you have to kayak travertine at least once in your kayak career.

Spend three vertical days running fun waterfalls and three days of classic whitewater. Our Santa Maria adventures combines kayaking, relaxation and the rustic culture of Mexico. 

The rivers of La Huasteca are as unique and beautiful as any place on earth. The water is warm and a striking turquoise-blue. Besides the conventional rock-garden rapids of the Santa Maria and Puente de Dios, we paddle a handful of travertine rivers. Travertine waterfalls come in every shape and size. From straight plunges to twisting ramps, travertine kayaking is addictive. The falls are usually straight forward, with thin curtains, lacking the usual thundering reversals.

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