After skipping the ticket line and undertaking a quick safety brief, your guide will take you along the famous route while divulging its amazing history.
With suspended walkways and glass observation decks, it’ll be hard not to be astounded by the views.
Nature lovers will appreciate the colorful blue waters of the Guadalhorce River, buzzards and eagles circling above, and dramatic mountainous landscape from nearly 100 meters up.
As you walk through El Chorro Gorge, marvel at the engineering of the original path and tunnels carved into the rock. Initially constructed in the early 1900s for workers at nearby power stations, the Camino was renovated and reopened for public use in 2015.
At the end of your trek, enjoy a complimentary beverage before heading on your way after a truly spectacular experience.