Mid-Week 119.00 per person, Weekend 139.00 per person
Upper Anasco, 8.5 Miles, 3-4 Hours, Minimum age 13 years old.
This section of the Rio Anasco is everything you have ever wanted in a rafting trip. The river starts off with a mix of class II & III rapids. As you wind down the Anasco canyon there are breathtaking scenery mixed with class II & III rapids to keep things interesting. After a deli style lunch the river gets steeper where you have to work as a team to navigate the big class III rapid, El Caballo. After El Caballo get ready for the big and fun class IV rapid La Poza Alaya. This classic cascading rapid makes for greats stories and awesome pictures. It’s a rush!!! Once you’re through the class IV you still finish strong with fun, class II & III rapids.
Lower Anasco, 8 Miles, 3-4 Hours, Minimum age 9 years old, or over 50 lbs
The Lower Rio Anasco is the most popular rafting section on the island of Puerto Rico with a combination of fun, classic Class III rapids and jaw dropping scenery. You can’t ask for a better trip! This section is perfect for the whole family, everything you have ever wanted in a rafting trip. The river starts off with a bang with the first Class III rapid, La Llorona (The Cry Baby) just a few hundred feet from the put-in. After La Llorona, several Class II & III rapids follow, keeping the river busy and entertaining. After a long Class III rapid, La Vaquria, get ready for an appetizing lunch that includes sandwiches, chips, cookies, fresh fruit, such as, papaya and pineapple, and refreshments. Following lunch, we’re back on the water. The river is busy (Class II) but mellow with plenty of spots to jump out and float alongside the boat, if you wish. It’s not surprising to see some big iguanas sun bathing on the banks along with all kinds of different native exotic birds, not to mention wild horses. Time to wake up! The river gets action packed with this section’s largest rapid, El Taino, Class III, followed by two more class III rapids, El Puente roto and La Medalla, my personal favorite. We arrive at take-out where an ice cold beer or a refreshing sangria, is only steps away.
Cancellations: Due to permit regulations and space availability, we are forced to deny other rafters once your reservation is received. Thus, cancellations received by written notice, 30-or more days prior to your trip launch date will receive a full refund less the deposit. For all cancellations received with less than 30-days written notice a refund will not be issued. Another party member can be substituted for the cancelling member without loss of monies deposited. Please forward new member’s information immediately as we’ll need to process trip paperwork with that individual.
Cancellation due to Business Decision:
Action Whitewater Adventures reserves the right to cancel any trip due to conditions outside of our control: water, weather or significant safety concerns. Should a cancellation of this nature occur, your money will be fully credited toward another rafting adventure. If we apprise the situation as too dangerous for any given number of reasons, Action Whitewater Adventures reserves the right to substitute another river adventure for the scheduled day with no refund or credit applied. If we are forced to cancel a trip due to lack of people scheduled/booked for a given day, your money will be fully refunded or applied to a future credit, you shall make the determination. All refunds and or credits will be limited to funds actually paid to Action Whitewater Adventures and will not include additional expenses incurred by guests. Additionally, Action Whitewater Adventures reserves the right to deny, any member of a group, access to the day of rafting if safety and or health are a concern (in our years this has only happened a couple of times when a guest demonstrated signs of extreme inebriation). The safety of the entire party must be considered in these personal, one on one, situations. In these cases, NO refunds OR credits are offered or are made available.
Water Notice & Land Use Fee:
Water flows in the South Fork of the American River result from hydroelectric facilities located upstream. Such water releases are not subject to the control of El Dorado County or commercial rafting companies operating under permits from the County of El Dorado. A 10% land use fee is added to all trips, our prices reflect this fee.