TOURS

Itineraries selected for their charm and beauty

EQUIPMENT

Discover the equipment that will be provided to you to go canyoning with us

WHAT TO BRING

Here you find a list of what you will have to bring with you

Speleology is the discipline that deals with walking and exploring caves...
In most cases, it is a reserved activity for people with specific training, but this is not always the case... The peculiarity of the itineraries we propose is that they are practically horizontal, therefore accessible and practicable by anyone! Equipped with wetsuits, helmets and headlamps, entering the underground world is a unique and wonderful experience. Visiting a cave allows us to experience ancestral sensations by discovering enchanted almost fairytale environments, formed by corridors interspersed with large rooms, small flooded canyons and beautiful lakes decorated everywhere with limestone concretions such as stalactites and stalagmites, columns and deposits that, illuminated only by headlamps, take strange shapes, which perhaps only we see!


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Toscana

Punta degli Stretti

Beautiful flooded cave in the heart of the Argentario.

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Lazio

Risorgenza degli Ausi

Discovering this little gem of the underground

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Lazio

Risorgenza di Civitella

The secret cave can only be visited for a few days a year!

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    WHAT WE PROVIDE YOU

    Over the years we have tested and selected specific manufacturers and materials to always offer the best!
    We pay great attention to the equipment both for the high safety guarantees and to ensure maximum comfort for participants.
    During caving trips you will be provided with all the equipment you will need for the day in the cave.


    • Neoprene wetsuit 5 mm

      Wearing a wetsuit does not protect us from water, but from the cold, helping us to keep our body temperature at optimal levels. We use 2-piece wetsuits, jacket and dungarees, created specifically for canyoning; with reinforcements at the points of greatest abrasion and more elastic areas that allow better movement. The jackets come with a hood that can be worn if you are particularly cold.

    • Neoprene socks 3 mm

      Neoprene socks have the same use as regular socks. They are worn under the wetsuit and inside the shoes, they serve to protect our body from the cold.

    • Helmet

      They are composed of a rigid shell that protects the head from any bumps and stones that can fall from above. They are adjustable for all heads, through a simple and quick sliding adjustment system. Many of our helmets are already equipped with action camera mounts!

    • Lampada frontale

      Having to move in an environment completely devoid of light, headlamps are essential to see where you put your feet and to admire the extraordinary limestone concretions.

    WHAT TO BRING

    Here are the few simple things to bring when you come canyoning with us!
    Some, such as plastic bags to store wet clothes, are simple tips, others, such as shoes to wear, are important to tackle canyoning with peace of mind.
    If you have any doubts or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


    • Swimsuit

      To be used under the wetsuit, we recommend not to wear too loose costumes (such as shorts) to facilitate when you have to put on the wetsuit. It is also possible to wear tight shorts.

    • T-shirt

      We recommend that you always wear a t-shirt, even under your wetsuit, preferably a technical shirt that can be long-sleeved on days with particularly low temperatures.

    • Hiking or sneakers

      Shoes are important, to ensure a good grip during the activity. High hiking boots that also protect the ankle are excellent, sneakers with a good sculpted sole are also fine. Absolutely to be avoided by diving shoes!

    • Towel or bathrobe

      We will need it at the end of the activity, when, having removed the wetsuit, we will have to dry off and change wet clothes.

    • Complete change of clothes

      At the end of the activity, after drying off, we will need a complete change of clothes to be able to get dressed and go home.

    • Bottle of water

      A half-liter bottle per person is usually enough. We recommend disposable plastic ones to prevent thermos or other rigid material from breaking. Good hydration is essential when exercising, especially in summer when temperatures are high.

    • Energy Bars

      It might be a good idea to bring one or more energy bars to refresh yourself during the activity. Keep in mind that everything you bring into the gorge gets wet, so the bars must also be sealed.

    • Plastic bags

      It sounds like silly advice, but it's handy to have one or more plastic bags where you can store wet clothes and shoes that would otherwise drip into the car.