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Azuay Valley Canopy and Canyoning, 2 Days

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Days: 2
Effort: Moderate


Activities: Canopy and Canoying

Azuay Valley Canopy and Canyoning, 2 Days

Cuenca is a place of old world beauty rich in architecture, the open welcome of an artists’ community and the comforts of modern life. Here you find excellent gastronomy, fine handicrafts and breathtaking landscapes. No wonder why this city was declared as World Cultural Heritage Site in 1999 by UNESCO, won the first place on the World`s Best Retirement Haven by International Living in 2009, and it is listed as one of the Lonely Planet’s Top Ten Cities To Visit in 2010.

For those who love adventure there are some sites near Cuenca where you can practice your favorite sport. Canopying and Canyoning are the newest activities in the area! Join us and discover the adventure and adrenaline of southern Ecuador!

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Trip Highlights

  • Navigate waterfalls, rock slides, and pools as you explore a scenic canyon.
  • Fly through lush forests and enjoy countryside views on a zipline canopy tour.
  • Explore Cuenca’s beautiful, historic old town.

Itinerary

DAY 1: CANOPY ZIP LINE TOUR AND CUENCA CITY TOUR

DAY 2: CANYONING ADVENTURE

RECOMMENDED GEAR:

  • Trekking shoes
  • Gaiters
  • Water bottle or Camelback
  • Backpack
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen

RECOMMENDED CLOTHING
Multi layering is the best way to go. (Materials like Nylon, Gore Tex, Polyester and synthetic fibers dry quicker).

  • 3 to 5 non-cotton t-shirts
  • 2 long sleeves non-cotton shirts
  • Non-cotton socks
  • Sun glasses
  • Hat, cap, and/or buff
  • Wool hat
  • Shorts and swimming suit
  • Long non-cotton pants (better if you can zip off legs)
  • Rain Jacket, Water Poncho, or Gore Tex Jacket
  • 2 to 3 non-cotton sweaters (fleece is good)
  • otton clothing when you are not hiking

INCLUDED

Accommodations in small boutique hotels; private land transportation; all mentioned meals (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner); adventure and protective equipment and professional English-speaking guide.

NOT INCLUDED

Flight to/from Cuenca. National Park entrance fee; hotel & restaurant beverages, tips, or gratuities; guide tips and personal expenses.