Mexico: White Water Rafting

A land of contrasts straddling temperate and tropical zones

Mexico offers some of the most thrilling rivers for white water rafting in Mexico. The Antigua River is a popular river for white water rafting in Mexico. The length of the trip is 21km and takes 4 hours to complete and is suitable for novices or family with children. The Pescados River has a rafting strip of 18km and takes 3 hours to travel down. The Actopon River in Xalapa region is also famous for white water rafting in Mexico. Other rivers white water rafting in Mexico takes place include River Copalita in the Bahías de Huatulco, the River Papagayo in Acapulco, the Santa María in San Luis Potosí and the Amacuzac in Morelos.