Urubamba River
Urubamba River
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Mark H
Sonoma, CA2,516 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
We experienced the Urubamba River both on our train trip from Cusco to Aguas Calientes,, walking along a beautiful riverside park in Aguas Calientes, and the view from our hotel room. As you go down the river, you see fast water, deep canyons, and occasional Inca ruins and terraces. The further down you go, the more lush it becomes. Out hotel was just on the north side of Aguas Calientes. Here there is lush vegetation, plunging mountains, and tropical flowers replete with happy hummingbirds. Loved sitting on the deck our hotel room, listening to the river and watching the shifting light on the water and mountains, a zen moment.
Written 4 June 2019
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Adam S
Pucallpa, Peru13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Family
The Urumbamaba river comes out of the andes and is the major river of the Amazon river. the Pongo is amazing. you can go down the pongo sometimes of the year when the water is right. then you can reach all the way to sephahua which is on the lower Urumbamaba to Atalaya to Pucallpa
Written 21 June 2017
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markhellinger
Cape May, New Jersey114 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2013 • Friends
A beautiful river and an exciting experience rafting on the Urubamba River. The rafting was booked through our tour and our guide was excellent. What a lovely part of the world!
Written 26 October 2014
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geogfan
Leola Pa.53 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
What a beautiful area. The river canyon, fall, and "road". I rode dirt bike from from Huanuco to Pucallpa. A good ride but a trying one with road condition and those agreesive Peruvian drivers. I traveled with a small group in pickups and a van. This region is simply beautiful with very few tourist, at least American tourist.
Written 15 June 2012
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