If you are looking for adventure this is the perfect option for adrenaline lovers. This new multi-adventure activity of Coasteering in Gran Canaria is a fun day out along the cliffs of the beautiful coast of Mogán. With a number of different activities like rappelling, via Ferrata, cliff jumping, and zip line accompanied by a safety expert guide.
COASTEERING IN GRAN CANARIA
Take this thrill-seeking adventure day out through the marine cliffs of the west side of the island. Here we’ll jump into the sea from different heights, a zip line that crosses a cave and finishes in the sea, a via Ferrata above the waves (a method of rock climbing in which you are aided by two steel wires) and rappels directly to the sea, we’ll be doing some swimming and visiting the caves along the way. For all levels and no sport condition required! It’s a complete experience for your senses.
We’ll dress our wetsuits, lifejacket, helmet and security personal equipment (harness, carabiner, and descender). After you get all suited up and the preliminary safety procedures you’ll spend 5 hours practicing this fun sport in groups of maximum 8 people. At the end of the adventure, the team will provide downloadable photos included of the day out.
During the activity, we’ll take a break to bring our energy reserves back to normal with a small picnic with fresh fruits, chocolates, cookies, and water. After that, you’ll head over to the last trek of the journey to Taurito beach (a great sport to scuba dive or snorkel).
Join Victor and Miere on this extreme sport along the coast of Gran Canaria. These experts will supervise everyone’s safety and make sure you have a great time.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON COASTEERING IN GRAN CANARIA
|DURATION||5 hours approx.|
|TIMETABLE||09:30 – 14:30|
|AVAILABILITY||Available from April to November|
|LANGUAGE||?? English ?? Spanish|
|WHAT TO BRING|
Sandals or flip flops
COASTEERING NEAR MOGAN AND PUERTO RICO
We recommend this tour to those that know how to swim well and that you don’t suffer from any altitude sickness or fear. Kids over the age of 12 can participate in this watersport under the supervision of their parents. This tour is not available for pregnant women or people with impaired abilities. It is very important to take closed shoes like runners that can be used for this sport (no sandals or flip-flops allowed).
Coasteering is recommended for all levels, there are no sport condition requirements needed.
Now is your chance to try coasteering on the Canary Islands. Definitely, this is a paradise in which to practice this exciting activity. The amazing volcanic landscapes volcanic and crystal clear waters will keep you in awe during the whole day out.