White water rafting on the River Manso

Nearing the the Chilean border

The Manso river is formed from the melting glaciers of Mount Tronador, the highest peak of the great Nahuel Huapi National Park. The river weaves through the Andes mountains and crosses four lakes before arriving in Chile and eventually the Pacific ocean.
White water rafting on the Manso river is fantastic, and can be combined with both riding and hiking, though it is the fabulous scenery that is the river’s best feature. The indigo coloured water carries you through some of Argentina’s most spectacularly beautiful landscapes. The low mountains are covered with a forest that slowly changes from the Andean-Patagonian forests of Coihue, Nothagus and Lenga Beech trees to the Valdivian temperate rain forests of Larch and Maniú trees.
As the river nears the Chilean border it narrows and gets increasingly faster. However, only the final stretches are Class III and IV rafting so trips can easily be adapted for all levels.
White water rafting on the River Manso

Rafting on the early stretches of the River Manso