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Calasparra: Almadenes Canyon Rafting with Caves and Rock Art

Calasparra: Almadenes Canyon Rafting with Caves and Rock Art

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Discover the beauty of the Almadenes Canyon by rafting along the Segura River. Visit the Monigotes Cave with rock art, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the Cave of the Otters.

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Duration 3.5 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish
Wheelchair accessible


  • Raft along the Segura River with an expert guide
  • Discover the rich biodiversity of the Almadenes Canyon
  • See the ancient cave paintings at Monigotes Cave
  • Meet the curious inhabitants of the Cave of the Otters
  • Discover a unique corner in the Region of Murcia
Full description

Discover Almadenes Canyon on a rafting trip with expert guides. Admire the beautiful scenery of this protected area known for its riverine forest, rocky landscape, and ancient rock paintings. Start the trip by rafting along a section of the Segura River. Discover over 150 species of flora and fauna within the towering walls of the canyon as your guide gives a detailed account of the rich biodiversity of the area. Stop on the banks of the river to visit the Monigotes Cave. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, see a variety of red schematic paintings which are over 8,000 years old. Here the guides will give a rock art workshop/demonstration. Admire these fascinating works which depict human outlines, animal representations, and other mysterious patterns which are difficult to interpret. Then, board the boat and enter the Cave of the Otters, named for its curious animal inhabitants. Sail out of the mouth of the Alfonso XIII reservoir, before finishing the adventure at La Mulata dam.

  • Necessary rafting equipment
  • Certified guides
  • Insurance
  • Monigotes Cave visit
  • Otter Cave visit
  • Internal transfer
  • Photographic report
  • Rock art workshop/demonstration
  • Hotel transfer
  • Food
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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Meeting point

We meet the whole group at the meeting point (Venta Reales Restaurant) where the clients will meet with the guides and they will guide the group to the Mulata dam, which is where the activity will end. There is a parking area where your vehicles will stay. Our guides will be in charge of making the transfer in our company vehicles from the parking lot of the Mulata dam to the starting point of the activity. Please do not come late

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What to bring

  • Comfortable clothes
  • Closed-toe shoes

Know before you go

  • The activity will take place when the company gathers a minimum group of 6 people
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 16 reviews

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Excellent tour with a very engaged & competent guide who told us about all the trees, floweres & animals during the drafting to the caves where the Neanderthals used to live. I can highly recommend this tour.

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Product ID: 385327