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Full-Day Mamoni White Water River Rafting

Full-Day Mamoni White Water River Rafting
Water Sports > White Water Rafting > White Water Rafting
$135
Duration: 11 hours
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Description

Enjoy a full-day of white water rafting along the Mamoni River, the closest white water adventure to Panama City, being just 1.5-hours east of the city. The river was pioneered for rafting and kayaking in January 1998. With moderate to intense rapids, the Mamoni River usually reaches its highest water level by November, at the peak end of the rainy season, and its lowest water level by May-April at the end of the dry season.

The trip begins by picking up guests at Panama City at 7:00am. The group will arrive to the launch-point an hour and half later to start rafting around 9:30am. The river is classified as Class III-IV (moderate to intense, but predictable). There are a couple of passes to hike due to safety considerations. Among them, a beautiful Class V+ fall.

On your way down to the river, you will get the chance to go through EcoFarms Panama, an organization committed to the conservation and restoration of tropical rainforest in the Mamoni River region. Travel through the last remaining strips of primary and secondary forests in the area, used by scientists to conduct research about tropical biodiversity. During low water conditions the trip may take-out from EcoFarms.

The rafts will be picked depending on water level. Smaller 11' rafts and duckies (inflatable kayaks) from December though February, duckies from March thru April, and smaller rafts and duckies from May thru June.

The group should arrive at the take-out zone at approximately 3:30pm and be back at the original pickup point about 5:30pm.

Enjoy a full-day of white water rafting along the Mamoni River, the closest white water adventure to Panama City, being just 1.5-hours east of the city. The river was pioneered for rafting and kayaking in January 1998. With moderate to intense rapids, the Mamoni River usually reaches its highest water level by November, at the peak end of the rainy season, and its lowest water level by May-April at the end of the dry season.