Canyoning is an unforgettable experience. This activity takes place in river gorges of unspoilt beauty. You will see spectacular waterfalls, crystal clear pools and beautiful rock passages. While descending the canyon, you will experience abseils over waterfalls, jumps and slides into pools, scrambling and climbing over boulders etc. If you love the magic of the water, unspoilt nature, discovering and exploring inaccessible places then this activity is a must to try. According to the area chosen, canyoning can be tried for different levels, starting with easier areas without the need to climb and where water is not too abundant. As the level of difficulty increases, there will be abseiling sections and climbs with easy, low jumps into calm water where you can swim. Seven is the highest level on the scale - extremely difficult - and contains very steep walls and an abundance of water, spectacular waterfalls with strong currents and awkward obstacles requiring greater experience and technique.
The Río Verde in Granada near Almuñécar, in the Natural Park Sierra Tejeda and Almijara is the most attractive karstic canyon of Andalucía and probably one of the most beautiful in Spain. It has unique and solitary places, diversity of plant species, and plenty of clear waters all year round. It is also the funniest canyon in Andalusia, in it you will have to rappel, jump, slide slip, swim and, of course, walk. It has many jumps, but there is a very attractive one with a height of 12 meter, big rappels under waterfalls etc.
The Lentejí river is an impressive canyon, where you will begin your descent by the dry riverbed and later you will find a series of rappels between 7 and 10 meters. Following these series of rappels, after crossing a narrow ravine, you will start to enjoy your technical descent with the over 25 meter aquatic rappels! In which you will test your skills and increase the adrenaline to maximum levels. You find about 15 rappels in this vertical and exciting canyon, one of the most technical and beautiful in Andalusia.