Keen kayakers from a young age, Finn Burrows and Hugh Graham had for years heard tales of Chile's legendary whitewater and vast networks of roaring rivers from the Maule Region through the southern tip of the country.
Quizás para muchos aventureros la idea de descender a través de los rápidos no sea nada nueva, pero de seguro hacerlo sin la ayuda de una balsa o un kayak lo será.
Reserva Huilo Huilo, located in the heart of the Valdivian temperate rain forest, is truly a place unlike any other.
Take a walk down the streets of Pucón in summertime and chances are you'll cross paths with some of the world's top kayakers.
Chile has long been considered a country with some of the most beautiful and challenging kayaking rivers in the world.
Along the Loa River, visitors can appreciate scenic landscapes and feel enchanted by the villages throughout the zone.
Water truly runs through the veins of the southern provincial capital city of Valdivia.
Chile is home to many rivers, which offer the perfect place to experience the thrill of kayaking. Here, a professional kayaker tells us about his experience on the Chilean rivers.
The Río Loa pours its life-giving waters through the driest desert in the world, forming patches of green oases in the great Atacama Desert of northern Chile.
The spectacular Andes mountain range gives rise to a wealth of rivers that crash, plunge, flow and meander through Chile's fertile countryside before meeting the Pacific Ocean.
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