On the return trip, you can take a dip in one of the accessible waterfall pools. Word to the wise: Bring some extra clothes if you’re not keen on hiking while drenched. Also, remember you’re in a rainforest. While the vegetation covers you from most of the elements, quick downpours are common. Rain-ready hiking gear, a waterproof bag, and protective storage for cameras and electronics are a must. Mt. Gimie is an additional $195/per person (on top of BodyHoliday’s inclusive price). To hike Gros Piton or En Bas Saut, it’s an additional $150/person.
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