RAPPEL


The Rappel is an outdoor activity that is characterized by descending from places with difficult descent, so you need an anchor system, ropes, harness and descent systems.
The rappel can be practiced in any mountain area as long as the walls are suitable for climbing or descending.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Internationally certified equipment as: Helmet, semi-static ropes, decent sistems and globes.



PLACES TO DO RAPPEL

Salto San Antonio, San Diego

Located in San Diego, department of La Libertad; 25 minutes from San Salvador. It is the rappel descent in cascade more extreme of El Salvador, you can descend to the pair of this impressive fall of water of more than 90 meters of height, in which it descends by 85 meters of the same one.

  • Minimal number of participants: 7

  • Maximal number of participants: 15

  • Aproximate time to rappel place(Walking): 35 min


Los Tercios, Suchitoto

Located in Suchitoto, department of Cuscatlan; 1.30 minutes from San Salvador. This jump has a height of 30 meters; You descend through this fascinating rock formation that attracts all visitors. In summer time, it descends dry and in rainy season, it is the center of an incredible waterfall.

  • Minimal number of participants: 7

  • Maximal number of participants: 17

  • Aproximate time to rappel place(Walking): 2 min


Cascada el Bebedero y el Arcoíris, Juayúa

Located in Juayua, a department in Sonsonate, at 1.45 hours from San Salvador. These waterfalls belong to the route of the 7 waterfalls in Juayua, one has a height of 56 meters and the other of 25, the interesting and special of these descents is that they are made over waterfalls that are born from the same place where rappelling takes place.

  • Minimal number of participants: 7

  • Maximal number of participants: 15

  • Aproximate time to rappel place(Walking): 25 min