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Tour guide has excellent knowledge about the sites. A lot of fun. Got lots of orbs in my pictures. You may need more than a light jacket. The wind was blowing and it was raining when we went. I would suggest you take a small flashlight with you. Would recommend to everyone
Surprisingly spooky - although the first time I did the tour it was with a guy who's last night it was. The 2nd time I did it, the guide was "different" - good but not as good.
Good tour but would have been better if we had been told to bring a torch
My teenager was the one who requested we take the Orb tour. She loves to watch shows about hauntings and such. I don't - didn't - really believe in that stuff. Our guide drove us to a number of sites, and shared the history of each. Along with the other folks, I had brought my digital camera and was taking photos, but never expecting to capture any 'orbs'. Was I surprised! This tour was amazing, scary, and convincing. Having returned home, I've been sharing some fascinating photos of orbs with friends and co-workers. Most cannot believe that what is on my camera is real. All I can say is 'You would have to have been there.' I strongly recommend this tour to anybody, especially those who have never experienced the paranormal. The guide is an excellent guide, who shares a deep respect for the history and culture of the islands. This was an enlightening experience.
Uncle Joe is fantastic - the theatre and drama is what you make of it. It's worth doing if only for the sightseeing at night. A view of the island most people don't get to see. Take a torch!!
This was a ridiculous trip with poor if any storytelling, Flashing camera's mindlessly into the night, in hopes of finding images was not my idea of an enjoyable evening. The only saving grace was that we actually went to interesting places I wish I had been there in daylight so we could have seen something more than camera's flashing