Rafting in Cazorla



  • Season: June - September
  • Level: Beginner
  • Minimum age: 7 years old (at least 130cm and 25 kg)
  • Ratio: 1 guide every 8 - 10 participants
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Start time: 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. approx.
  • Minimum number of participants: 2

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Rafting in Cazorla. In the upper course of the Guadalquivir river.

The Guadalquivir river, in its high course, is ideal for practicing of this sport of adventure.


What his included?

1 fully qualified guide every 8 – 10 participants (depends on the seats on the boat)

Equipment: Life jacket, neoprene bib, booties, helmet and transportation from the meeting point to the start of the activity.

Changing rooms with showers to change and clean up.

Insurance as established by law.

What do you need?

Swimsuit, towel and sun cream.

How long does it last?

The approximate duration is 3 hours from start to finish. In the water we will be around 1:30 – 1:45 hours.
This duration may be reduced or increased depending on the number of participants and the influx of other companies on the descent.

This duration may be reduced or increased depending on the number of participants, the ease with which they move along the route and the influx of other companies.

Is there any restriction?

The minimum age is 7 years as long as the child is 130 cm tall and weighs at least 25 kg.

Acceptable physical condition is required.

Although we have wetsuits up to 3XL, we may not have the right wetsuit for very overweight people.

Please, people with heart problems, recent operations, pregnant women, etc. they must notify us in advance to determine whether or not they can do the activity.

Meeting point



Taking advantage of the releases of water that are made from the dam of Beas Tranco, we made this fun activity from June to September.

The route has a length of about 9 km and runs from the the Agustines bridge to the Ortega Bridge.

To go down the river we used a boat called “Raft” that is not difficult to handle. Before beginning, the guide teaches participants how to use the oars to steer the boat and how it should operate in a group. The guide helps to drive the raft in the back side of the boat.

After the explanation, it’s just a good time to spend.

You can do other rowing activities in the upper course of the Guadalquivir.

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