The rivers of the Nahuel Huapi National Park offer an ideal location for rafting and kayaking. Their waters are clear enough that you can drink them straight from the boat. Nature lovers and adventure seekers can enjoy an unforgettable experience. There are different trips and locations for all levels of difficulty.


> Rafting
The most popular variant, it consists of a group of river on an inflatable boat, accompanied by an expert. It is ideal for families, groups of friends, company trips, etc.
> River kayaking
It is the hardest of all river sports, because the kayaker must face challenges alone. Available on the Lower Manso, Limay and Villegas rivers.
> Duckie
An inflatable kayak, very stable and easy to learn. They are available on the Lower Manso and Villegas rivers.

Guided Trips

Rio Manso Expediciones Runge 850 4433260 · 15-4608603
Active Patagonia 20 de Febrero 30 4529875 · 15-4619189
Aguas Blancas Rafting Morales 564 4432799 · 15-4690426
Patagonia Rafting 20 de Junio 728 15-4531247
Diversidad 20 de Junio 728, Floor SS, Office A 4428995


Location Duration Difficulty
Limay River Half a day Easy (Classes I and II)

Just 30 minutes outside Bariloche, this river carries fresh water from the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean. This trip is ideal for families and groups wishing to have fun and safe adventures.

Lower Manso River 1 day Easy to Medium (Classes II and III)

The most popular trip. It is perfect for families and beginners. Sandy beaches, thrilling rapids, and all the beauty of the Andean-Patagonian forests.

Manso River to the border 1 day Medium to Hard (Classes III and IV)

Rafting in the heart of the Andes. It reaches the border with Chile, sailing through narrow canyons and surrounded by wonderful vegetation.

Aluminé River 3 days Medium to Hard (Classes II through IV)

Three days through one of the most attractive rivers for rafting in Argentina. Ancient forests of Araucaria trees surround the longest rapids in the country.