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White Water Tubing

Absorb the feel of the canyon from the most beloved means of river transportation, the inner-tube. At Rio Perdido, we employ modern equipment to safely take you through a magical place. There are parts of the canyon where the rock walls narrow and daylight is scarce. Echoes grow louder and you really get a sense of where you are. If you remain quiet for a bit, you will find that you are not alone. All kinds of birds and monkeys…and, occasionally, some larger mammals, will announce their presence. Look for the hot water spouts along the eastern rock walls. White Water Tubing at Rio Perdido is awesome.

Please take note that this activity is not suitable for everyone. While a slow float will take you through most of the trajectory, there are several intense rapids along the way. There is always a chance of making contact with some of the exposed rocks, which can result in bruising and even minor cuts. This is more likely to occur in the dry season, when the current slows and the water level drops, as more rocks become exposed.

Children under the age of 12 may not participate in White Water Tubing. Participants must be at least 4’7” (140cm) tall and weigh between 80 and 220lbs (36-100kg).