Becky R United States of ...
It took a little time for the guides to warm up, and we could have used a bit more information / communication on how the whole process worked. BUT, we just went with it and wound up having an absolute blast. Highly recommend for athletic folks who like a decent challenge. A quick easy breakfast sandwich and juice were served en route. After reaching the top of the mtn, you offload the van and get geared up in wetsuits and harnesses, then back into the van for another 10 minute ride. Next stop, leave your backpack behind, and you're walking downhill for probably 15 minutes. Wear high traction water shoes, and be prepared for super slick uneven footing underwater. The jumps are 30', 45', and 40', and the rappelling / zipline are super easy and fun. Halfway, we stopped for a snack and drinks. The water was gorgeous, and the rock and forest scenery breathtaking. The guides are VERY good at this, and entertaining in their descents and jumps. Once we reached the bottom, it was a long hike back up the mtn, probably around 20 mins . The beginning was very steep and takes decent strength and stamina, then it's fairly easy trails to the top. We were in a great group and completed the hike an hour early, so consider ourselves super lucky that everyone was well matched in skills. When we got back to the storefront, they fed us a simply delicious authentic Dominican meal w/ rice and beans, a cooked veggie stew I forget what they called it, spaghetti, chicken, and fresh avacados. Take a small towel and dry change of clothes and flip flops it felt good to get dry after all the wet. p.s. the photos and video they offer are well worth it, too. We loved this excursion, and highly recommend it!
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