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We take on the design and execution of one-day or longer trips into the wild every day, through our experience, under the scope of activities that you choose to live. In all activities there are degrees of difficulty so that, without any exception to age or physical abilities, anyone customer can participate to them.

The famous Zagorochoria and the famed Tzoumerka as well as the whole area of our Epirus is waiting to enchant you with the most beautiful rivers in Greece, the virgin evergreen forests, its huge gorges, its impressive canyons and mountains and the endless rare natural beauties that have been generously given to our region.

Through our company we can guide you to the most incredible places you have ever imagined!

Two or more people are enough to create an affordable experience for you!

For your convenience we organize the transfer through our bus, as well as in rafting or canyoning descents we provide all the relevant equipment (neoprene uniforms, life jackets, raincoats, helmets, paddles and neoprene shoes) for a safe trip.

In each activity there is an option to capture your experiences (photographic material) and even into a rafting descent in order to be unforgettable to you!

The infrastructure for the guests of Epirus are quite satisfactory, including a lot of hotels and rooms that ensures a comfortable and relaxing accomodation.


RAFTING has its origins in the English word RAFT= (float) and they used it to transfer people, for hunting, and food.

In 1811 was the first attempt to float into the Snake River of Wyoming. In 1840 it is believed that the first rubber raft was invented. Since 1970 this activity began to spread rapidly and it was included in the Munich Olympics and the Games of Barcelona, the Olympic Games of Atlanta 1996, thus creating the need for an International Rafting Federation in 1997 and in 1999 it was organized the first international championship of Rafting.

In essence, it is all about descending a river through rafting on an inflatable boat powered by oars. The current of the river is what determines its course while the oars are used to obstacle avoidance. RAFTING is a very social sport that brings humans into contact with the unspoiled natural environment, while they keep exercised and amused. It is beneficial for all people and does not require any special knowledge or training, beyond the instructions that will be given of the escort. The floating boat accommodates between 2-8 persons plus a guide.

    • Voidomatis: Come with us to cross the cleanest river in Europe! The Voidomatis is a gentle river with unprecedented beauty. It is ideal for those who want to learn more about Rafting! The route is about 1.5 to 2 hours long. Starting at the bridge of Aristi we end our journey at the old bridge of Klidonia. Voidomatis was declared a national park.

    • Arachthos: One of the most beautiful rivers in Greece for rafting is Arachthos! There are 2 routes for Rafting. The first one starts from the bridge of Politsa in Lazena and ends at the bridge of Plaka. The whole itinerary takes about 2 hours, the difficulty level is 3 we recommend it to whoever desires to be oriented with Rafting! The second route begins at the Tsimpovo Bridge in the village Charokopos and ends at the bridge of is a journey of about 4 hours and is aimed at people having some relevant experience in Rafting. It's about a moderate level of difficulty 4.

    • Kalarytikos: Kalarytikos river springs near the village Kalarrytes of the Tzoumerka region. The Rafting path commences from the bridge Gogou, near the village Pragmata. Rafting lasts about 3.5 to 4 hours, by crossing a gorge and and joining the Arachthos river, where the route continues up to the bridge of Plaka. The river has a 4 degree of difficulty and people who will cross it should have some relevant experience in Rafting and be in a moderate physical condition.

    • Other rivers: Venetikos, Aspropotamos

The word "canyoning" is English and means "canyon passing". It describes a complex activity that combines hiking, climbing, rock downhill, river crossing and swimming. On waterfalls sites, it included jumping from a height into the water. According to the dictionary, "a canyon is a narrow, deep and precipitous ravine formed between two mountains or hills due to the continued soil erosion from impetuous streams waters."

In Greece, canyon passing is a relatively new activity but it grows quickly passionating many fans.

Preconditions to canyon passing:

There is always organized on small groups led by an experienced guide and after a proper planning.

People involved should be into fit and know to swim.

How is the whole procedure performed?
- We start at the entrance of the gorge, which is usually the highest point.
- The output is the lowest point of the canyon, following the flow of river.
- Sometimes you need to walk into the river, and even swim. There are physical barriers such as waterfalls and precipices that we descend using climbing equipment and ropes. Their height ranges from 5 to 50 meters.

VIKAKI (canyon without ropes):
It starts from the village Tsepelovo. The itinerary includes walking and swimming. It is a beautiful canyon up to 4-5 hours long to pass it. It is of moderate difficulty. The end of the trail is the village Kipoi.




Trekking is discreet into simple and mountainous category. In the first, the minimum distance traveled is 5 kilometers (about one-two hours long) and it takes place in ground with substandard slope (there is no great height difference) and not a heavy equipment.

In the second category, the distance of 15 to 20 km and 5-8 hours is the norm. The equipment is further specialized and, particularly during winter months, it should be the proper one. Hiking can be conducted on any mountain.

The main features of the elevation of this routes, which can reach 500-600 m and the fact that course took place that usually exceeds altitudes of 500 m.

      Beginning of the route is the bridge of ARISTI (Voidomatis). The route crossing is next to the cleanest river in Europe! The entire route is located in the heart of the national park Vickos-Aoos. In the halfway of the trip there is the monastery of Saint-Anargiri and we terminate to the old bridge Klidonia. The route runs from 1'30-2'00 hours and is characterized easy and accessible for everyone!

      Beginning of the route is the village Monodendri. The crossing route is located in the canyon Vickos, one of the prettiest and biggest canyons of Greece! It takes 5'00 hours and at the end of the journey we reach Voidomatis sources. The trip terminates in the village of Vickos. The route has been marked as moderate.

      Beginning of this route is the Village of Small Papingo. The path to the Drakolimni and homecoming lasts about 9-10 hours for a hiking day. But we have the opportunity for an overnight staying to the shelter of Astraka, making this trip easier. The route has been marked as a moderate one.

      Beginning of this route is the village of Lyngiades. The route we cross is the Mitsikeli Mountain, overlooking the city of Ioannina. The journey takes 3 hours long and is marked as easy.

The kayak wildwater boat car is made ​​from durable polyethylene and the length of the boat starts from 2.2m up to 3.20m and is designed for rushing waters (rivers). O kayaker seated rowing in kayak with paddle which has the edges of the 2 ladles , the vessel uses a special hood Neoprene ( spraydeck ) the apron) to avoid the clear waters filled kayak. The kayak is much more flexible than a boat rafting, the current of the river is what determines its course as we paddle with Our avoid possible obstacles in our path, absolute and extreme speed of the water and the ripples increase in andrenalini maxium, this extremely enjoyable tour takes a lot of fitness.

Required Equipment: Fleet neoprene, helmet, life jacket, shoes neoprene, waterproof

The kayak is more extreme than rafting and needs special education through the schools of our company for someone to come down the river safely (in schools) The courses include practical and theoretical part of the following:

    • Knowledge of equipment, kayak and usefulness of this
    • Learning ydatopografias rivers
    • Driving techniques kayak
    • Adaptation techniques depending on the driving factors (water level, current speed, weather conditions, volume Crew)
    • Swimming in rapids
    • Rescue, first aid

The Speleologist's explorations have begun since man's curiosity brought him to underground worlds of unique beauty and archaeological, historical and geological interest.

Caving by its core nature involves a number of naturalistic activities (such as walking, hiking, camping, climbing- artificial or free), which approach the main objective, namely to explore a cave or gulch.

Since the introduction of speleologists in the underground world, the feeling is completely different as the darkness, the dampness and silence dominate to the scene. At the same time anyone can track the unknown due to ambition of a new (small or large) discovery. In our country 11,000 caves have been recorded. A small number of them have been explored sufficiently. We live in a paradise for cavers, full of unexplored, fairly safe and mainly clean caves. Come to light along underground rivers in serpent- shape meanders and vast halls. Let's step together on virgin untrodden clay and be first to shape our footprints.

  • Caves - Gulches

    There are small caves on the side of the Megala Litharia and in Limeria ton Klefton on the north side. The Gamila is known for its deep potholes. These are:
    • Provatina, 407 m, depth one of the largest vertical gulches of the world, actually the third in a row. The chasm has been created by the combined action of water and ice. The main feature is that at the depth of 180 m. there is a small loft containing a never- melting ice. There is also a unique room with a small pond and commemorative plaques from both Greek and Foreign Missions, hang on the walls.
    • The "Chasma toy Epous" with depth 451 m. Its creation differs from that of the Provatinas Cave. The dominant element is water, since the cave serves as a pothole, draining plateau waters. There are two different paths that someone can follow: the Epic I with 451 m depth and the Epic II with 340 m depth.
    • The "Trypa tis Nyfis" of total depth 340 m. This cave serves as a gulch, as the Epic Gulch, after collecting the waters from the region. It consists of three large potholes with p150, p50 m and p120m. And two smaller with p10 m p10 m, its endings is that narrow so it is impossible to pass through.
    • The "Gkeilotrypa" of 200 m. depth
    • The "Spera tou Tsepelovou" 228 m depth, as well as many other gulches, some of which are located in the region of the Village Vradeto.

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