Discover, in canyoning, the easy course of Langevin "Ti Grain Galet".
A canyoning session in Langevin: the easy course which starts from the Grand Galet waterfall.
Reunion Island is renowned for the size of its canyons and the multitude of waterfalls that dot its landscape. Ti Grain Galet is the perfect canyoning experience for families and friends. It is accessible from the age of 8 and allows you to discover the Langevin River, the reference aquatic course.
In a preserved environment, you will slide down natural slides, jump into the basins where the waterfalls plunge. vertically, equipped with harnesses and ropes, you will descend to the bottom of rocky grooves and deep gorges.
The canyon descent allows beginners or those with little experience, to access beautiful and amazing sporty and playful courses.
The course :
Ti Grain Galet is a playful canyon which starts gently at the foot of the Grand Galet waterfall.
A succession of slides and small jumps in translucent pools, punctuated by a few rope workshops will allow you to take full advantage of the tropical setting of this course.
This is a canyon for people of all levels of canyoning, who are comfortable in the water.
This price includes: supervision by a qualified instructor, equipment (harness, helmet, neoprene wetsuit, overprotective wetsuit, gloves and slippers in winter).
What to bring :
Good sports shoes with socks, swimming costume, change of clothes, towel, water
Times and meeting point: 07:30 in front of the bakery La Langevine, in Langevin Saint-Joseph, opposite the Canne scale.
End of the activity around 12:30.
What is canyoning?
Originally, canyoning is actually an activity derived from speleology. We can go back to 1888 to find its beginnings with the descent of the underground river of Bramabiau, in the heart of the Cevennes Park by E. A. Martel. Since then, the activity has developed with its practitioners of the French Federation of Speleology until the birth of the canyoning commission, in the early 2000s.
By definition, canyoning consists of descending rivers, streams, torrents, or gorges that are more or less narrow and deep. Progression is made by walking, swimming, jumps and slides, abseiling and various rope techniques.
The difficulty of the course varies according to the diversity of the stages to be crossed: waterfalls, basins, biefs, more or less vertical walls, with or without the permanent presence of water, canyoning is really an intense sports activity in nature.
It is certainly because of these characteristics and the development of the personality that they imply that you will choose to practice this activity.
An outing supervised by professionals, in complete safety.
Canyoning is supervised by qualified professionals with several years' experience in the field and a perfect knowledge of the sites frequented on Reunion Island.
Our Professional Civil Liability insurance from the Syndicat des Professionnels de la Spéléo et du Canyon (SNPSC) is available in case of need.
Safety instructions and contra-indications
Canyoning is a sporting activity, carried out in the open air. A good physical condition is therefore required to be able to do it safely.
Also, given the environment in which you will evolve: it is better to be able to swim, to be at ease in water, and for certain courses in particular not to be afraid in front of the void.
Canyoning, more so than visiting the lava tunnels, involves risks for people with injuries (sprains, strains, back problems, etc.). We strongly advise against this activity for pregnant women.
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Boulangerie pâtisserie La Langevine, 2 Rue De La Passerelle, Saint-Joseph 97480
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