All Year, On Request
All Year, On Request
The kind of route that makes you fall in love with packrafting while paddling in deep green calm waters formed by two rivers: Guadiela (embalse de Buendía) and Tajo (Embalse de Entrepeñas). The views astonished our eyes with its natural beauty and fauna - hawks, eagles, vultures, herons and turtles. Come with us and see remarkable and unforgettable places.
Anguix Castle, Presa de Bolarque, Playa Chica, the ruins of Carmelita Monastery, Ermita Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados and Ermita del Socorro.
Playa Chica, Cala de las Moras, Cueva Tortuga.
This is a packrafting trip, so you will have to carry a backpack in the hiking section with the packrafting gear inside. Which is around 4kg, quite light given the high performance of this equipment, that allow us to explore the landscape as a whole. By land and by water! Plus the camping and sleeping gear and food.
Nevertheless, this walking and paddling trip is ideal for adventurous families with a desire to challenge themselves, couples or small groups. We keep group sizes small and friendly to allow us to focus on you having the best possible experience.
25 km Hiking
35 km Kayaking
Suitable for dogs
3 days 2 nights
Attend our Safety Briefing, pick up our backpack with the gear and put in your personal belongings.
Let’s go for it! We start this route paddling! While enjoying the beginning of our trip, from the Roman Bridge, with a good paddling rhythm, we will spend 3h hours till our first stop.
We arrive in Anguix Castle. From here we take the ascendant hiking route to the Castle and its impressive view. Here we also have lunch.
Time to come back to the water! We continue our trip paddling.
Reach camp 1 base. Time to prepare the tents, put some warm clothes, and enjoy or first night under the stars.
The packrafts are back into the water and we start paddling to the first visit of the day: the ruins of the Carmelita Monastery.
Our first stop. Packrafts out of the water to explore the ruins of a Carmelita Monastery. No need to deflate though.
Back to paddling, we continue our trip to the second stop. (option to do a quick stop on Playa Chica)
We continue our trip by packrafting until we are close to the hydroelectric of Bolarque, where we have to get out of the river, put everything in our backpack, and take a walk to the next point.
We reach camp 2 base, set the tents and rest.
1. Fill out the Reservation Request form
2. We will contact you to confirm your trip
3. Secure your trip with a deposit