Port Douglas, Australia
The crew could not have been more helpful or supportive.
One concern. I had been on the same trip 20 years ago, and the coral within 30m of the platform was degraded and broken. The number of colourful fish were far less than last time and I was disappointed in what I saw. The first time I had brightly coloured fish swimming between my feet before I ventured in and it only got better.
The number of beginners was a concern. When I returned to the water I had trouble finding a space and got walloped with a spagetti support. Someone pushed passed as I was waiting for someone to move and personal space and manners seem to have declined. This may well be due to 300 passengers instead of 200. It may be a cultural thing, but not acceptable in Australia.
But I felt well looked after and save and the experience was good. The number of activities to do was good. I missed seeing the large cod fish (1 m) under the boat/platform that I saw the first time, but the environment wasjust not as good as then.
Maybe it needs to be announced where morning tea was ,,,I had no idea it was on and missed it.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
I went to Miami when I was returning from South America to NY just to do this tour. It was the only tour that gave a comprehensive guide to the Everglades region. Norman our guide was wonderful. He was wonderful.. He knew so much about the region and stopped at many places to enhance our opportunities to see the wildlife. We saw about 30 alligators in the wild. The day included various ctivities and I came away very satisfied. I live in Perth, and this opportunity met all my expecttions and was something I could not have done on my oiwn.
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