In a stunning setting, combining physical activity with leisure, rock art with fauna and flora, explore the Côa River by kayak!
This activity crosses the heart of the sacred valley of successive generations, an area that integrates the National Ecological Reserve. Departing from Canada do Inferno or Fariseu, where recently discovered the largest outdoor engraving, a 3.5 m aurochs, during the meandering journey in river, it is possible to observe several engraved panels as well as the existing biodiversity, in addition to immemorial aurochsen, horses, goats or deer engraved in the schist. Different species can be spotted, namely birds such as griffins, black storks, Egyptian vultures or royal eagles, endemic plants and, with some luck, one of the otters that make the Côa their home.
After the visit to Fariseu, the place chosen for a reinvigorating picnic that offers a tasting of regional traditional products. Before lunch, the most enthusiastic can experience the waters of the Côa in a refreshing dive. This is an exclusive visit that allows to experience, in close contact with nature, the vast heritage of the Côa Valley.
20€ (children 5 to 12 years of age)
Minimum number of participants
6 participants or 240€
For each visit, 7 kayaks will be made available for a maximum capacity of 13 adults + 7 children (5 to 12 years of age).
Each kayak accommodates 2 adults + 1 child.
All kayaks are equipped with paddles, seats, safety vests and waterproof bag for storing personal belongings.
The visitors travel in a all-terrain vehicle to Canada do Inferno or Fariseu rock art site, accompanied by a Guide, after the process of ticket acquisition has been completed.
A motor boat will accompany the visit.
Bring clothing and footwear suitable for river activity, hat, water and sunscreen.
Through the numbers +351 279 768 260 / +351 965 778 799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (indicate the date, number of people and mobile contact)
See here a kayak visit in Côa Valley
Departure from the Côa Museum
Security / paddling / program briefing
Beginning of the kayak guided tour, with information on the region’s biodiversity
Observation of rock art (from the water), in Canada do Inferno and Vale Figueira sites
Visit the engravings of the Fariseu rock art site
Tasting of regional products (in partnership with Côa Museum Restaurant)
End of visit