A canyon forged by the Usabon river between the towns of Barranquitas and Aibonito. Lacks facilities of kind (i.e. has not been developed to receive visitors, you are on your own). The trails to go down there are not difficult to follow. It takes about a half hour hike downhill to reach the river, and after that is an 8-km riverbank walk where you'll find stunning views, waterfalls, deep natural pools. It takes the better part of a day to cross it whole, though an often more practical option is to reach as far as you comfortably can for a couple of hours and walk back to the starting point. Anybody can venture there but if no members of your party is familiar with the area, a guided tour is recommended. A number of local guides offer their services, will take you directly to the main highlights of the trek, will offer you some explanations of the geological history of the site, and some also offer rappelling and zipline options.
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