Rock Climbing activities in Caribbean Islands
The best way to visit Cañón de San Cristóbal is to plan ahead, make reservations and join an organized trek with San Cristóbal Hiking Tour run by local historian and geographer Samuel Oliveras Ortiz. Trips run on weekends and holidays and vary from a three-to-four-hour basic tour to a five-to-six-hour adrenalin-junkie fest with rock climbing and rappelling.
Wear secure shoes and appropriate clothing that you can take off at the canyon floor, where temperatures can be more than 10°F warmer than up on the brink. Of course, you will need water and maybe some energy bars to get you back up the canyon wall.
Camping, caving, rock-climbing, river-touring, with a specialty in canyon adventures.