Route #2 is for semi-experts (extreme), the regular price is $78.00; price with all services which includes lodging, breakfast, lunch and tour is $98.00. Time lapse 5 to 6 hours. The second tunnel called Cueva del Arco (Arch Cave) is crossed, the top is reached to visit its interior, watch the petro glyphs and then have a downward view. We then move downward river to visit five more caves among these two sacred Taíno altars, then a vast extension of woodland is crossed (extreme hiking).
The use of GPS is not recommended due to the mountainous area.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS PAY 39 DOLLARS PER PERSON
Please be informed that if for any reason you must cancel your activity, 50% of the amount paid by internet will be reimbursed. You also have the option to change the date or to postpone it for another occasion.
This route is from 5 years and up to 70 years (if in good physical condition).
|Price Hike||December to April||March to November|
|$ 98 $ 49 (under 12 years)||$ 98 $ 49 (under 12 years)|
|Without Service||$78 $39 (under 12 years)||$78 $39 (under 12 years)|
After crossing a forest we go into what is called the foot of the mountain until arriving to the top and looking down to where the Tanama River flows through, (see petroglyphs), we then go up to the third level and pass on top of the mountain and visit Kaigo which is an impressive gorge or “pass” from where we can see the second level below at a distance of 1/3 Km. We continue the march to visit a cave called “Cueva Vieja” (Old Cave), and there we can see volcanic rocks and some bats, we then go around the mountain to arrive into the entrance of Route #3. We then make a right turn to cross the second tunnel in a downwards-upwards motion (see photos of Route #2). We then continue with the hike to arrive in a valley where another subterranean river unites, then we make a right turn to cross the marvelous spring forest (this is called zone 3), it is a place to snack, rest, and to decrease bodytemperature. After a small break, we continue until arriving in another Taino Indian Altar called “La Llorosa” (The Crier) (see a video of that place in the web). We continue the hike until arriving to a viewpoint, which is in honor of a puertorrican activist who passed away in the beginning of the year 205. The route # 2 is tougher than route #1. It is also known as the scenery route, due to all the scenic places.