Rio Futaleufú, Chile
Located in the magnificent northern Patagonia area, the Rio Futaleufú is fed by glacier snow melt in the Andean lakes region of Argentina and Chile. It is such a beautiful place that the valley is nicknamed by locals “a landscape painted by God.” The white water currents attract rafters and kayakers from around the world. December to April is prime season for the sport on the plundering river. Up to class V rapids can be found adding to the challenge and grandeur of the river. The Futaleufú area also includes several pristine Patagonian lakes including Espolon, Espejo, and Lonconao. This is a top destination for those who cannot resist a one of the most beautiful places in the world.