Bio Bio Expeditions highlighted in Huffington post for Best New Adventure Travel trips! The Zanskar river expedition.
Bio Bio Expeditions is once again recognized as one of the worlds top outfitters by Outside Magazine
Denver, CO—February 21, 2013 — First Descents, a non-profit providing outdoor adventure programs for young adults with cancer announces it will be holding an FDX program Patagonia, South America.
Bio Bio Expeditions selected as one of the Worlds Best Outfitters in the 2013 Outside Magazine Travel Awards
May, 2012 – Chile’s rep as a killer adventure travel destination is nothing new. With the archipelago of Chiloe, a bucolic Lakes District, 2,700 miles of coastline, the planet’s most arid desert, the towering peaks of the Andean Cordillera, and one of the most badass commercially navigable rivers, it’s no wonder this beguiling ribbon of a nation is a haven for active travelers.
A River Runs Through It
Yoga at BIO BIO EXPEDITION’s 10-day Patagonia retreat is all about going with the flow. Hovering 50 feet above Chile’s Futaleufu River, the open-air yoga platform at this adventure base camp offers spectacular views of turquoise rapids backed by glaciated peaks. Twice-daily hatha flow classes prep you for the next day’s rafting of fly-fishing trip, while savasanas allow time for listening to the river rush by and feeling the subequatorial sun on your face.
The Drangme Chhu River is Bhutan’s largest drainage, a spillway for Himalayan snow and ice that rolls into turquoise Class IV and V rapids through sheer granite walls. And it has never been run. But this month a team from Bio Bio Expeditions and its UK based partner, Ultimate Descents, will make a first descent of the Drangme Chhu into Royal Manas National park – an area that has long been closed to tourists.
May, 2012 – “I’m suspicious of any place this Shangri-La perfect. There has to be a downside,” I said to my fellow travelers on the first day of our trek in the mountains of Bhutan, the remote Himalayan kingdom which until recently has kept itself isolated from the modern world…”
Bhutan: First Commercial Descent
The culmination of years of negotiation with the Bhutan government, this rafting expedition down the Drangme Chhu—the last unexplored river system in the country—promises world-class whitewater in the shadow of soaring Himalayan peaks. Off the river, thrill-seekers are welcomed for a feast and overnight at the family home of guide Ugyen Dorji and at Enduchholing, the palace of the first hereditary monarch of Bhutan. Bio Bio Expeditions: “Drangme Chhu River First Commercial Descent,” 17 days.