If you thought that ecotourism was limited to observation activities and peaceful walks, we dismantled this belief with canyoning. Whether it is the first time you read about this sport or if you are already an experienced adventurer, we propose different guided tours so you can enjoy nature in the wildest way. There are different enclaves throughout the national territory from which to test your skills according to your level of experience.
The guided activities of canyoning offer routes of varying intensity and duration, with nature in its purest state as a setting. To get to the starting point, the previous walks are the perfect opportunity to soak up the wildlife and take good note of the most challenging reliefs of the national orography. The journey often takes place between towns and locations that will be worth visiting after the day of adventures, although the safest thing is that you have exhausted all your energy enjoying the incredible activities offered by the route.
Those who live their first experience in this sport, have at their disposal soft routes to start without risks, although it is recommended to be in good shape to face the challenges of the landscape. These guided experiences usually include the most technical material such as neoprene, helmet, harness and booties, especially if it is for adventurers not initiated in the world of canyoning. Remember to take bath clothes! This activity ensures you a good dip.
After the trekking section ends, the action begins. Shoot your adrenaline in the descent and continue the adventure with the different activities offered by these routes. The natural formations create waterfalls, waterfalls, fun natural slides, or siphons that will make your experience something unique. Often you will have the chance to test your skill in jumps, climbs, and rappels, or simply slide down natural slides. If you have a waterproof camera, you will get unparalleled images. The most challenging routes usually offer diverse activities that require a little more technical knowledge, but the fun is also greater when increasing the height of jumps and rappels. These advanced routes also entail some other risk, so we recommend not losing sight of the guide.
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