- 3,5 hours
Why do a via ferrata?
A Via ferrata in the south of Gran Canaria is a route between rocks using stirrups and ropes. Climbing, ladders, pendulums, everything you can imagine between rocks you will find here. Mix vertical adrenaline while you go through places you never thought you could before. In addition, to finish we will find four rappels that will make this experience unique.
The activity includes photos and video, so you can bring back home a memory to show to your family and friends.
What is included?
- All the specific material for the activity.
- Qualified guides.
- RC and ACC insurance.
- Photographic and video report.
- Energy bar.
- Individual bottle of water.
San Agustín, Gran Canaria
- Located in the south of the island
- It is a very dry area but when it rains it becomes an idyllic place for all nature lovers.
- In this area you will find beaches as well known as Maspalomas.
You must be in good physical condition and over 16 years of age.
What to bring?
Comfortable clothes and something to eat
The meeting point is in Bahía Feliz in the south of Gran Canaria.
“THE PERFECT DAY” by TIP AND TRIPS
At Tip and Trips we want you to enjoy Gran Canaria, its gastronomy, its culture, but also all the possibilities that every corner of the island has to offer. That’s why we offer you “The perfect day”, depending on the timetable you choose. If you have any questions, write to us!
What to do before or after “Via ferrata in the south of Gran Canaria”?
San Agustín is located in the south of the Gran Canaria. A few kilometres away from the activity we find the beach of San Agustín, an urban beach of more than 600 metres long and with little current. On the promenade that connects with Playa del Inglés there are different terraces and restaurants of all kinds where you can recharge your batteries. There are also hammocks where you can enjoy a spectacular sunset. If we want to continue exploring another of the most emblematic places on the island, we can take the car and in 10 minutes we will be at Las Dunas de Maspalomas.