Day trip Canyoning Tour in the Sierra de Grazalema and Sightseeing in Zahara de la Sierra – Andalusia
Topic: Canyoning Tour Sierra de Grazalema, Adventure Water Hiking through virgin rocks
Dates: Canyoning Tour Sierra de Grazalema, daily
Duration: 12 hours (4 hours for the round trip + 8 hours for the activities)
Activities: Adventure, river bed hiking, hiking, swimming, enjoying nature, sightseeing in Zahara de la Sierra
Price: 109 €
Discount: 20 % for children from 6 to 16, 10 % discount if the tour is booked directly for groups from 8 pax up
Pure adventure in the wild: canyoning tour Sierra de Grazalema in the Garganta Verde. River hike between meter-high steep walls in the gorge between Zahara de la Sierra and the Bocaleones river. Breathtaking nature and unique flora and fauna make this trip a unique experience.
Canyoning is an adventure sport that has gained in importance and interest in recent years. The Sierra de Grazalema with its imposing rocky canyons offers the best conditions for this activity. A suitable tour for adventurous nature lovers who are looking for the ultimate thrill.
Our day trip begins early in the morning at the departure point of this tour (you will find it under the heading “departure point”). After an approximately 2-hour drive we will arrive at the starting point of the hiking tour in Zahara de la Sierra.
From here starts our canyoning tour Sierra de Grazalema. After about 15 minutes we have to master the first rocky gorge. We also enjoy the unique flora and fauna in the Garganta Verde. After about an hour we will cross the cool waters of the river Bocaleones, which is fed directly from the mountain springs. We slide down the riverbeds and bathe in the mountain water. The hike through the rocky gorge takes about 3 to 4 hours depending on the pace.
At the end of the itinerary, we head back to Zahara de la Sierra. There, we charge our batteries with a typical Andalusian lunch before we end the day with an informative but comfortable round trip through the typical Andalusian “white village”.