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Full Day Rock Climbing Adventure

A full day of hiking, rock climbing and via ferrata on the breezy coastlines of St. Thomas west end.
St Thomas First and only Via Ferrata

Take an easy jungle hike surrounded by interesting native plants which your guide will tell you about, including medicinal values. Hike at a breezy and rocky beach over large boulders and go through a small narrow cave.

The cave – also called Fortuna's Gate to Paradise – ends at a easy to climb cliff. Here we will introduce you to top rope rock climbing. We will teach you how to climb, belay and be a confident climber.

Native plants on a jungle hike

Your adventure continues with St. Thomas only via ferata. A via ferata is a combination of climbing and hiking, but a distinct step up from ordinary mountain walking. Depending on your skills you can either use a rope to hold, the natural rock formation or both. While you traverse along cliffs you will be secured with special safety equipment. Breaks will be taken to enjoy the breathtaking views, rest, snorkel or do some advanced rock climbing. 

Climbing is not about reaching the top, it is about fun, thrill and the view. And all of that is guarantied on this trip. 

 

Highlights:


 

St. Thomas one and only via ferrata
  • jungle hike, four climbing routs (beginner to advanced) and St. Thomas one and only via ferrata
  • time to swim and snorkel
  • A maximum of 6 guests per guide
  • pick up and drop off at your cruise ship port or hotel.  On the way to the climbing location, we will stop at a local deli so you can by your lunch.
  • pictures
Climbing picture
  • All gear and equipment is provided, including but not limited to climbing shoes, helmet, harness, etc. 
  • Includes water and snacks

 

 

Button to book a kayak or kayak and snorkel tour  $149 per person

 

REQUIREMENTS:


Physical condition: Participants must be fit, physically active, have good endurance, good balance and coordination, be able to walk and climb over uneven terrain and be able to move at a moderate pace.

Medical conditions: You cannot participate if you are aqua-phobic, claustrophobic (we climb through a small cave), acro-phobic (fear of heights), suffer cardiac condition, are subject to epileptic seizures, have a weakness or medical problems with your legs or arms, are hearing impaired or require hearing aids, are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Size restrictions: Maximum head circumference: 24 inches. Maximum waist circumferential: 42 inches. Maximum thigh circumference: 26 inches. Climbing shoes are provided in following standard sizes only: Men's 6-13.5 and Women's 5-11. If you are not within these sizes or need to wear a shoe for an extra wide foot, please wear your own shoes for climbing. We suggest either a shoe made for climbing or a low profile sneaker so they are good for slotting into footholds on the rock (bulky shoes are not recommended).

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