Canyoning & Canopy
About the Tour
Canyoning has become very popular with extreme sport fans all over the world. Canyoning is specifically practiced in the natural geographic setting of canyons.
This activity involves rappelling and descending cliffs and waterfalls within the canyon. The equipment for this activity – ropes, harnesses and carabiners – are the same tools that are used in rock climbing.
A memorable, safe and thrilling day guarantee as you rappel down waterfalls, zip-line through the treetops and enjoy the unique, natural beauty of this place.
This canyoning site is located in Calle Chirraca, a small, modest, yet lush place near the town of Turrialba, 1H30 from San Jose. The tour begins with an introduction of the guides and the equipment to to be used.
Guides will make sure you understand the procedures for canyoning to have a safe and fun experience. After this, you are off...rappelling down four waterfalls, zip lining down four canopy cables, descending down two tall trees and walking across a 132 foot hanging bridge – an unforgettable adrenaline rush!
This tour takes approximately 3 to 4 hours.
Tour available for adults and children over 8 years old.
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