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Check the Waves

 


Canyoning through El ImposibleShort trips, memories that last a lifetime

 
Tour Location
El Imposible Tacuba, Ahuachapán.

Tour description
We'll pick you up at your hotel in San Salvador and head to our destination in the colorful town of Tacuba, located in the department of Ahuachapán (Southwestern El Salvador) at the western extreme of the Apaneca-Ilamatepec Mountains. From here we will start our canyoning adventure as our professional guides take you through a river that crosses the lush rainforest of El Imposible National Park’s buffer zone.

El Imposible is one of the most threatened ecosystems in the world, the tropical mountain forest of the Mesoamerican Pacific slope; the last refuge of many animal and plant species which are in danger of extinction in El Salvador. Established in March 1989, the 3,800 hectares park is recognized as a gem of biodiversity and culture. On this tour we will have the opportunity to hike through the river’s path, as it zig zags through the dense jungle. We will explore the heart of the canyon as we jump from rocks into crystal clear pools formed at the bottom of impressive tropical waterfalls. We’ll have a light lunch surrounded by nature before continuing our journey across this breathtaking scenery.

Availability: Upon reservation.

Duration: 6 hours aprox.

PRICE PER PERSON:
2 person $145
3 person $110
4 person $105
5 person $90
6 person $80
7 person $75
8 person $70
9 person $65
10 person $65

PAYMENT METHOD
Wire transfer to Cadejo Adventures’ bank account.
50 % upon reservation 
Remaining balance due 7 days prior to tour start date. 

Standard Price includes:
• Use of Cadejo’s private colonial residence located at the heart of Tacuba as base camp for our trip. 
• 1 day with one of Cadejo’s professional bilingual tour guide.
• Professional outdoor equipment.
• Light lunch. 
• Non alcoholic beverages.
Politur  Centroamerica  El Salvador ¡Impresionante!