With just about every possible type of adventure travel available, Chile is a must on your list of places to visit. Adventure sites and infrastructure improve year by year, so you always have new places to trek, climb, raft, dive, fly, among others!
The Futaleufú river is located in the midst of the indomitable Chilean Patagonia, and is considered one of the best torrents in the world to practice the sport, with rapids reaching up to grade 5. It is common for the rapids to be extremely long with waves on the descents and inevitable pitfalls that require fast maneuvers, all under pressure.
Snowboarding in Portillo, Chile
You could debate on whether or not Portillo should be on this list. After all it is a skier’s mountain. Always has been and always will be. Some snowboarders hate it, but others love it. If you are a beginner or intermediate this is a great resort due to the wide open and well-maintained slopes.
Rafting San Pedro
The San Pedro river, close to Valdivia, offers one of the most complex and comprehensive rafting experiences in Chile, with rapids starting off at grade 2 and then presenting more challenging obstacles in the grade 3 and 4 range, such as La Sirenita, La Turn of the Clock and El Toro.