Caminito del Rey: Tour With Official Guide

Activity provider: Áloratur

Caminito del Rey: Tour With Official Guide

Activity provider: Áloratur
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Booked 15 times yesterday

Hike along the Caminito del Rey – an exhilarating path that hugs the side of mountains and crosses incredible gorges. Get you adrenaline pumping and get closer to nature on a guided hike.

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Duration 3 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish


  • Hike on the famous Caminito del Rey
  • Experience a dramatic landscape complete with gorges, cliffs, and tunnels
  • Learn about the colorful history of this engineering marvel
Full description

Walk the Caminito del Rey, a suspended walkway that offers beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. Built 100 years ago, learn the history of this scenic path and the canyons from your guide. Hike along a path that hugs the cliff face and offers epic views of the Malaga province. Trek high above the vertical canyons formed by the power of the Guadalhorce River. Admire the crystal clear water of the gorge cascading beneath you. Discover tunnels carved into the sheer rock. Learn about the history of this engineering marvel from your knowledgeable guide. Hear the stories of the adventures and climbers who helped build the path, as well as the path’s connection to King Alfonso XIII.

  • Entry tickets & places visited
    • Caminito del Rey entry ticket

  • Who you’ll be with
    • Live tour guide: English, Spanish

  • Transport
    • No transport is included on this activity

  • Food & drink
    • Not included: food & drink

Not suitable for
  • Children under 8 years
  • People with mobility impairments
  • People with altitude sickness
  • People with pre-existing medical conditions
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • Masks are required while indoors
  • All participants who are over 16 years old must also bring a valid form of government-issued photo ID

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Meeting point

Meet your guides at the door of Restaurante El Kiosko. They will be wearing a red and black uniform and holding the red flag with the logo "Áloratur." The tour will start on time and latecomers/no-shows will not be refunded.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Comfortable clothes

Not allowed

  • Sandals or flip flops
  • Pets
  • Oversize luggage
  • Smoking
  • Luggage or large bags
  • Selfie sticks
  • Tripods
  • Alcohol and drugs

Know before you go

  • The trail is 4.8 miles (7.7 kilometers) long, but it is a simple walk and it is not necessary to be an athlete to complete it.
  •  Please note, Caminito del Rey is a one-way walkway, you will start at the north entrance (Ardales) and you will end at the south entrance. The exit of Caminito del Rey is located in the town of El Chorro. From there you can take the shuttle bus that will take you to the starting point. Buses leave every half hour and cost €1.55 per person (cash). Credit cards are not accepted
  • It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and footwear
  • Please note, this tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
Customer reviews

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4.7 /5

based on 2309 reviews

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BEAUTIFUL EXPERIENCE! I highly recommend! A little tragic to have to reach it, but it's worth it .. I recommend the following, I wanted to know when I missed the train: either you take the train (there are very few in a day, maybe 3), otherwise, if you miss it like me, I suggest: - the metro to Álora (I was staying in Malaga), - in front of the metro take the shuttle that takes you to the village of Álora, - the shuttle leaves you exactly where the other shuttle to El Chorro leaves, - destination is the bus that leads to the beginning of the path (if you take the train you can arrive here directly from Malaga) The route lasted more or less from 15.30 to 17.30, I had booked a guide, but once inside I continued without. With the guide it lasts longer. At the end of the journey you find yourself where the shuttle from El Chorro took you (or if you arrived by train you find yourself there). To return to Malaga I took the train at 6pm with a change in Antequera Santa Ana.

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October 27, 2022

Although not the dicing with death hike it was a decade ago this is in one of the most incredible sets for a hike. Although a highly popular tourist attraction the organisers have set it up in such a way that you always have enough time and space to enjoy your surroundings. In addition to the stunning backdrop of the gorge the history of the walkway and its original purpose adds to the experience.

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October 9, 2022

Super nice trip. We had an English woman Rachel as our guide - she is so lively and funny. We were supposed to be there at 9.30 (20 minutes before) but unfortunately fell into a queue at Malaga which extended our trip by 1 hour, which would mean we only arrived at 9.35. The guide Rachel had left, but the other guides stood by and helped us through the crowd so we found our group☀️. Great trip Small but - it's not easy to park, so come in plenty of time. We say thank you and can highly recommend this trip/Rikke and Claus

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October 4, 2022

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