River Trekking Neda, Peloponnese, Greece
A half day crossing at the gorge of the female river of Neda:
Neda is a river of the western Peloponnese. Stems from mount Lykaion, flows westward and empties into the Ionian Sea. The river was named after the nymph Neda who was a goddess of the waters. Near the banks of the river is the ancient town of Phiigalia and the temple of Epicureus Apollo.
The river over a large part of it crosses a ravine with very rich vegetation. Along its course, numerous waterfalls are created. The largest is near Figalleia and has a height of about 25 meters. Neda is a well-kept secret river of Greece, still a hidden gem! A perfect choice for river trekking.
Do not forget
- Swim suit and towel
- Hiking Shoes
- 2 pairs of shoes
- Dry clothes to change
- Water 1,5 liters
What is included
- Professional escorts
- Waterproof Storage Bags
- Picnic with freshly baked bread fruits and vegetables, homemade olive oil, and cheese
- Waterproof camera and photographs
- Liability insurance