Raft and fish in the pristine waters of Quince Mil, a remote region where the Andes mountains meet the Amazon rain forest.

The town of Quince Mil is uniquely situated at an ecological divide: at the base of the mystic Andean mountains and the beginning of the Amazon rain forest. With a secluded, family lodge as our base, we will venture out into the neighboring rivers and tributaries in search of local yatorana and dorado species. Just hours from the city of Cusco, you’ll experience much more than the archaeological riches of the Inca empire!



DAY 1: Depart from your accommodations at 7:00 AM. 5-hours drive to the lodge, in the town of Quince Mil. Fishing along the way for rainbow trout in mountain streams and box lunch. Arrive to lodge around 3 PM to rest or fish in nearby pools for species like yatoranas and salminus affinis, relative of the famous dorado. Dinner and evening spent in the lodge.

DAY 2: Breakfast at lodge and depart for the Araza River. Full day rafting and fishing the main Araza River and its tributaries. Return for dinner and evening spent in the lodge. 

DAY 3: Breakfast at lodge and early fishing in nearby pools. Begin return trip to Cusco, fishing along the way for rainbow trout in mountain streams and box lunch. Drop-off at your accommodations. 

*It is possible to modify this trip itinerary to include an extra day of fishing or camping on the river. Please inquire at the time of booking.