Take a 2-day canyoning guided tour in the Bolivian Yungas. Jenaro, IFMGA-certified, will take you to this natural area perfect for canyoning and biking.
The Yungas in northern of Bolivia are the perfect place for a 2-day canyoning guided tour. You will experience an amazing natural landscape. This natural context includes waterfalls and tropical vegetation like coca leaf, coffee and fruit trees plantations.
During this 2-day canyoning guided tour, I will take you hiking, biking and rappel canyoning through different routes and water canyons.
Also, during this 2-day canyoning guided tour, I will take you to experience the local villages of Coroico. Once there, we will get to meet the Afro-Bolivian locals.
To start with, on Day 1 I will pick you up from your hotel in La Paz. Then, we will travel to a 4,670 m peak. Once there, the biking tour will begin. We will descend to Cotopata. Later, we will ascend to Yolosa. From there, I will take you to Coroico in private transportation.
On Day 2, I will take you to Canapata (2,200 m). After a short hike, we will descend through water canyons with 20, 30 and 50 m rappel. (Intermediate and Easy difficulty). After a 4-hour activity, we will return to La Paz.
Ready to experience this canyoning 2-day guided tour with me? Contact me for more information. If you are interested in hiking activities, check out some of my other trips available like Hiking to Chacapampa, Condoriri Massif.
La Paz, Bolivia.
I work together with several IFMGA/UIAGM colleagues. So if I'm not available to guide you, one of my colleagues equally certified will guide you.
I began to climb the mountain when I was 15 years old. I was born in Pinaya (3.800 m.a.s.l.), a region located not far away from the top of the base camp of the majestic snow-covered Illimani (6.462 m.a.s.l.). I dedicated most part of my life to climb different ice and Rock Mountains through the Cordillera Real, Cordillera Occidental, and Cordillera de Apolobamba.
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Jenaro was not my guide for this trip even if I was not aware of it