Join one of our certified guides on this canyoning adventure in the Zimatan River, near Huatulco. Discover this water Eden in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Explore the Zimatan river in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico
Reach the hypnotizing El Chorro cascare
Hike, swim and jump across this mexican paradise
Located only 20 minutes outside the gorgeous coastal city of Huatulco, in the Pacific Coast of Mexico, lies the Zimatan River.
We’ll begin our adventure at the city of Zimatan. This city has one of the biggest waterfalls in the region, El Chorro. Due to the rich affluent and strength of this cascade as well as the Zimatan river, they offer endless possibilities.
Here we’ll encounter the deep pools El Chorro has created, where we can jump from natural rocky platforms. So we’ll for sure get a good injection of adrenaline as we challenge ourselves at different heights.
But the fun doesn’t stop there. Because as soon as we arrive to Zimatan, we will begin climbing to reach the best parts of the area. Then, we’ll hike across this dazzling place, enjoying breathtaking sceneries, and constantly jumping into the water for a refreshing swim.
The diverse nature of this mesmerizing water paradise, makes it accessible for a wide range of adventures. So, no matter your skill level or previous experience, we’ll certainly find the perfect spots for you. What’s more, one of our experienced guides will accompany you all the way, making sure you are safe, while having a fantastic time.
If you are up for this canyoning trip in Mexico, do not hesitate and request to book this private tour today. One of our guides will have the pleasure to lead you through this wonderful place in the coast of Oaxaca.
However, if you are looking for a different type of trip, you can also check this 1-day ascent to Xinantecatl Volcano (4640 m).
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Group of 1
|USD 155 each|
Group of 2
|USD 78 each|
Group of 3
|USD 52 each|
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- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
On top of the guide fee, the price includes transportation, water and sodas. Don’t forget to bring your camera, hiking shoes, a hat, sunblock and an insect repellent.