Kayakers in the Chubut River

Malacara Expedition / Kayaking in the Chubut River  

A trip to truly connect with nature. Cultural experience sharing magical moments with local people. Adventure kayak trip, paddling down along the valley of Chubut River.







Malacara Expedition

Desert FlowerKayakers and rock formationsPaddle camping in the Chubut River


Trip Overview:
Location: Chubut River, Piedra Parada Valley, Patagonia, Argentina
Trip length: 8 Days, beginning and finishing in Trelew or Puerto Madryn
Activity: Sea kayaking / Wilderness camping / Hiking / Cultural experience
Accommodation: Hotel / Wilderness camp
Physical challenge: Low to moderate 
Minimum group size: 2
Season: October through March.

Trip Features:

- Kayaking in the Chubut River between the imposing rock walls of the Piedra Parada Valley
- Daily hikes and kayak fishing
- Patagonian steppe fauna and flora.
- Natural history and local culture
- Magical sunsets and starry nights

Trip length: 8 days begins and finishes in Puerto Madryn or Trelew.

Malacara Expedition Dates

2017 Dates:Jan 16 to 23 / Feb 13 to 20 / Dec 11 to 18

2018 Dates: Jan 13 to 20 / Feb 10 to 17 / Dec 15 to 22

Price: U$S 1850.- per person. (Regular departures)
* Optional:
Begin trip in Bariloche or Esquel
Special rates for groups of 4 - 8 pax.

Request for a trip information package.

- Qualified expedition guides
- Hotel accommodation, double or triple occupancy in Day 7, in Puerto Madryn or Los Altares
- All group camping and cooking gear.  All group equipment, kayaks, paddles, etc.
- Ground transportation as mentioned in itinerary

- Airport transfers Puerto Madryn / Trelew

- All meals while on the kayak expedition


- Airfares
- Additional meals or accommodation not specified in the itinerary
- Personal gear
- Items of a pure personal nature such as phone calls, excess beverages, wines, etc.
- Trip cancellation insurance. Medical & evacuation insurance
- Staff/Guides gratuities, tips

Crossing part of the Chubut province through these inspiring sceneries, following by kayak the footsteps of the Tehuelches and Welsh people.