Mack Prioleau Has a Few Top Water Rappelling Picks
Water Rappelling Picks
Your heart beats as you look below at the waterfall you’re about to descend. You feel alive like never before. There’s not a feeling in the world that comes close to what you feel as you’re about to go water rappelling. But where exactly can you get the biggest thrills in water rappelling. If you ask travel enthusiast Mack Prioleau, here are the top places he would recommend.
Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica
You can’t beat the waterfall extravaganza you’ll encounter at Costa Rica’s Arena Volcano. This volcano offers an extraordinary opportunity to go rappelling over waterfalls and down steep rocks. You’ll go through lush, gorgeous rainforests prior to and following your adventure as well, which is icing on the cake. Since you can’t climb to the volcano’s summit for safety reasons, water rappelling in the area is the next-best thing to experiencing this volcanic region.
Málaga, Andalucía Spain
If you love rappelling, you’d be hard pressed to find a more exhilarating spot than this. Specifically, you’ll fall in love with Almanchares Canyon, part of the Sierra Tejeda National Park. After all, where else can you find a whopping 14 rappelling opportunities, with a few of them featuring waterfalls? What’s great about this particular canyon is that you can easily find something for you no matter what your difficulty level may be.
Triglay National Park, Slovenia
You may not know much about Slovenia, but this country’s Triglay National Park is a must-see if you’re into water rappelling. Susec Canyon has multiple short waterfalls, so it’s an excellent choice for a beginner. Meanwhile, if you’re an advanced rappeller, you’ll find five waterfalls in the canyons near Predelic Stream.
If you’re an avid rappeller and you love to travel the world, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect spot for you.