Have your first Canyoning experience in Greece rappelling down one of the most incredible waterfall gorges of Tzoumerka National Park. “Papapidima” Canyon will give you an exciting opportunity to have lots of fun and swim at the constantly flowing waters, while climbing down the 8 incredible waterfalls.
More about Tzoumerka
The National Park of Tzoumerka, Peristeri and the Arachthos Canyon is an open terrain district of around 900m2 stretching out over the sloping segments of Ioannina, Arta and Trikala.
The National Park has four diverse environmentally protected zones, with the aim of protecting and preserving the natural environment and ensuring the proper management of any human activity.
This is the principle upon which the The National Park was established: to protect and preserve Tzoumerka (Athamanikos Range), of Peristeri (Lakmos Range), the gorge of the Arachthos River and every one of the areas in the middle of, which are described by their unique flora and fauna.
Specifically, the point is the safeguarding and legitimate upkeep of these unique locations and their flourishing flora, in addition with establishing appropriate methods and measures to guarantee the amicable coexistence of man and nature.
The more extensive area of Tzoumerka and Lakmos are a unique alternative destination for the all ages , where visitors will appreciate exceptional scenes of solitary magnificence and natural noteworthiness, and can meander in a place that speaks to country Greece at its most dazzling, with its endless waterfalls, its hollows, crevasses and gulches.
There are trails of scaled difficulty, offering each guest the chance to discover the uniqueness of this magnificent area.
An amazing, memorable experience for the adventure enthusiasts.
- Travel Bite date and/or time might be modified or cancelled due to weather conditions and in this event the option of an alternative date or full refund will be given.
- Running/trekking shoes and comfortable training clothing is required for all activities. For river rafting and river trekking travelers are advised to carry waterproof shoes.