The canyons of Reunion island

Near Cilaos, Salazie, St Joseph, St André, St Benoît ... everywhere on the Reunion Island, we find canyons according to your desires and your experience ( click the image to access the category of interest ) :

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Canyoning with Parciparla Canyoning, how does it run?

-1 guide for 8 persons group

-Equipment included : wetsuits, harness, helmet

-Please note that transportation is not included.

-Payment by bank transfer or cash only.

To give you an idea, here is a report produced last summer in the French Pyrenees where I go to work every year in July and August for 6 years. This report was produced for the National Edition of the french TV "France 3", in order to discover the sports you can practice in the nature, you can see me guiding a group in a canyon :


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Canyoning on Reunion Island

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Canyoning is an adventure of a lifetime and is something unforgettable. Reunion island is the world's paradise for canyoning! With Parciparla Canyoning, you can discover this activity with an expert guide, from easy level canyons you can enjoy with your family or your friends with no experience required and accessible for children (starting 8 years old) and adults, to hard level excursions : some experience on rope and good physical condition required....

Contact us for more information!

Health and fitness requirements

With professional canyoning guide and small group of 8 persons, the difficulty of a canyon depends on duration of the canyon.This kind of effort is comparable to a day of hiking.

Jumps are always optional, abseils are not.

Participants must be moderately fit : be able to go bush walking. They should not be heavily overweight or suffer from serious health problems such as heart complaints or significant back complaints.

All medical issues must be declared when checking in and also when asked by your guides. In most cases minor medical issues will not preclude participation, but however, it is important that the booking staff and activity guides are made aware of any issues prior to commencement of the activity for your safety and the safety of others.