Small World Adventures. Kayaking Ecuador's Best Class III
Our last trip of the 2008/2009 season was a group of paddlers who came to Ecuador to enjoy the country's best Class III runs. We spent half the week in big water, half the week on low volume creeks, and found some fun distractions in between.
Near the small town of Cotundo, in the Napo Province, we founds some beautiful Macaws. Here a Scarlet Macaw and a Blue and Yellow Macaw enjoy each other's company.
Rich O. from Massachusetts on the Upper Misahualli
This was one of the technical runs we did this week, and was one of the favorites amongst the group.
Dave from Alberta rips it up at Hatless Hole on the Jatunyacu River
Just another canoeist
Ben from West Virginia showing off both his kayaking skills and his fine wood craftsmanship (yeah, he made that paddle himself).
I think we always need reminders to stop and enjoy the small pleasures in life--like swimming!