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Punta Cana is the Dominican Republic’s most visited beach resort, but swimming and water sports aren’t the only activities on offer. Escape to the countryside on this thrilling 2-hour mountain bike adventure, explore the scenic back roads, and experience local life as you pedal past farms, rural villages, and coffee plantations.
Gregory was super responsive through Viator portal.
He also varied our ride so we could visit a site (HARP gun) that we couldn't find ourselves the day before. Gregory has personal stories and knowledge regarding the gun!
We couldn't have been more delighted to get a video of our path and stops along the way!
We arrived in Barbados on a cruise ship and did not know if we would make it to the tour on time. I emailed Roger who answered within minutes, and he reassured us that he would pick us up at the cruise terminal and get us to the tour on time. Roger arrived right on time and brought us to the start of the Great Adventure Tour where we met up with the other members of our group of 5 and Greg, the co-owner of Ebike Barbados. We were given instructions on how to use the ebikes and 3 bottles of water to carry in a small back pack. If you've never ridden an ebike, you're in for a treat. You still have to pedal but the "e" component makes these bikes a pleasure to ride. The assist has 4 settings so you can have minimal to high assist. The bikes have fat tires and can handle the loose terrain,curbs and rocks that you encounter on the tour. You should be in half decent shape to participate in this tour.
Greg and Roger are great tour leaders. Greg takes up the lead and Roger stays in the back so we never felt that we we lagging behind. They both know the history of Barbados and take you along the coast on a journey with spectacular views. We rode 16 miles in 3 hours with a few stops along the way to admire the views. At the end of the tour we had cold beverages and Roger brought us back to the ship.
Overall, this was a great way to spend a day on Barbados,see the local sites that you would miss by riding on a bus and meet some nice people along the way.
Tour begins in the south coast fishing village of Oistins and cruises eastward up the coast line taking in breathtaking views along the way as well as the historic South Point Lighthouse. Off road track leads onto the cliff trails of the south east coast revealing hidden coves, secluded beaches and fantastic picture opportunities of the untouched coastline. On the way back to base we encounter the uniqueness of the Chancery Lane Wetlands, a layover for migratory birds making their way to and from North America, as well as the mysterious Christ Church Parish Church and finishing at Oistins Bay for some good old fashioned Bajan rum punch to end off this one-of-a-kind scenic experience.
Skip the walking tours and day cruises and experience the sprawling Caribbean beauty of St. Lucia on the back of a fat bike. The 2-hour outback excursion begins with convenient pickup from your hotel. After a short orientation with the bike, follow your guide through muddy puddles, across rivers, and along coastal beaches. Stop whenever you like to photograph the magnificent scenery. Summit the infamous Rocky Hill Climb, then begin the journey back to your accommodation.
The “Gem of the Island tour” takes you on an eco-friendly journey through Sint Maarten/Saint Martin where you will ride along beautiful coastline, as well as travel through the center of one of the most multicultural islands of the Caribbean.
Starting from Philipsburg, you’ll meet your guide and get an introduction to cycling in St. Maarten on your Trek Hardtail Electric-Assist Bike. After a short-sustained climb, you descend to the charming Oyster Pond Bay, a quaint residential area situated on a lagoon shared by the Dutch and French sides of the island. You will continue, crossing from the Dutch side to French St. Martin, along the eastern coastline, where you’ll have the opportunity to see magnificent views of the rugged Atlantic coastline and our neighbouring island of St. Barths. Your pedaling will soon bring you to Orient Beach, the island’s most famous beach, referred to as “The pearl of the Caribbean” where you will have time for a cold drink and a refreshing swim.
Explore the rain forest of St. Lucia on this bike tour. With a guide, you'll cycle along forest trails to take in the natural beauty of this lush environment up close. Visit Errard Falls, the highest waterfall on the island, where you can take a dip to cool off. When booking, select the option that matches your pickup location.
I had planned this tour via internet a couple of weeks before we reached St. Maarten. We arrived at the agreed time close to the main pier and our guide Jenel was already expecting us. The bikes were bigger then usual which is exactly what I ordered as we are both 2m tall. Our guide Jenel proved to be very knowledgable and funny. He showed us nice spots on the Island and gave us many background information in an interesting and entertaining way. The three hours tour was time well spend and we particularly wanted to thank Jenel for showing us the city.
Explore Philipsburg during this 3-hour guided cycling tour. Leave the casinos and jewelry stores of St Maarten's capital behind to learn about the city's history as a strip of sand between the Great Salt Pond and the Great Bay. Visit historical sites like the Philipsburg Courthouse and St Maarten's oldest inn. Pedal up to Fort Amsterdam for spectacular hilltop views of the Great Bay. Use of bicycle and safety gear is included on this tour.
Head to the northwestern tip of St. Lucia on a bike tour to Pigeon Island National Park. You'll ride along the coastline from Gros Islet to reach the park, where you can hike up the historical fort or relax on the beach.
Discover the Mistery of Aruba Downtown, Linear Park and Surfside Beach....
Great ride through town!
, Dec 2019
Miguel and I were the only two on this day, riding through town. So, he was able to take me places that I wanted to see, take pics and talk about the areas we rode through. Miguel was a great tour guide, patient and we had a plan that when I was tired, to ring my bell! We enjoyed a great sunny day. Thanks Miguel!
Explore Aruba's secret monuments in Downtown Oranjestad while a Local Expert tells amazing stories about the history, culture and traditions of this exceptional island. Delight your senses with the variety of blue colors only our Caribbean Sea can deliver while driving your bike by Linear Park, go swimming and jump in the water of Surfside beach to refresh yourself. The unique sites we have to show you will still amaze you. Experience Aruba like locals do!
Alex met us right on time and guided us on a fascinating tour of Bridgetown. He was so considerate, making sure we crossed all roads safely and always tried to stop in the shade to talk to us. He even brought snacks and water for us! He was knowledgeable, being a school teacher, and enlightened us on Bridgetown's troubled history of slavery and colonialism as well as the hope for the future, including the most recent election of Barbados' first female Prime Minister, who won all 30 seats in the House of Commons.
Thoroughly enjoyed a very informative tour.
Really wanted to go inside a small rum shop we stopped outside on Suttle Street. (Time wouldn't allow).
Guide was knowledgeable and keen to learn of our English stories as well.
Well worth the tour cost.
The tour was excellent and the guide very informative. The tour filled many questions about the historical sites of Bridgetown and Barbados. It was also very interesting to talk about present day life on the island and its hopes for the future. A very worthwhile tour and highly recommended.
Get to know the history and culture of Bridgetown and Barbados on this half-day walking tour. With a guide in the lead providing in-depth commentary, you'll get a full picture of what makes the capital of Barbados so special. With an audio headset provided, you won't miss a word, and you'll leave the tour knowing much more Barbadian history than you would simply exploring on your own.
Explore Aruba's secret beaches and the California Lighthouse which is a landmark for tourism. This lighthouse does much more that emit a coastal warning light; it beckons visitors to the most spectacular views of the island.
This authentic experience takes you to the most beautiful beaches of Aruba, Malmok, Boca Catalina and Arashi, where you can delight your senses with the variety of blue colors only our Caribbean Sea can deliver while driving your bike. We will stop at theses sensational beaches where you can swimming and jump in the water to refresh yourself. Our friendly, well informed Aruban guide leads you through an intimate excursion of the most unforgettable sites of this Island that will amaze you. Allow us to take you on an exploration of Aruba like the locals do.
Cycle around the island of Nassau during this small-group guided bike tour. Stop at locations such as the historic Fort Charlotte, the home of the Bahamas Governor-General; shop for souvenirs at the Straw Market; and relax on the white-sand beaches of Junkanoo Beach. Sample local Bahamian products like tea at Tasty Teas, small-batch rum at John Watling's Rum Distillery, chocolate at Graycliff Chocolatier, and conch fritters at Arawak Cay.
Samuel is one of the 3 top tour guides I have ever had. OUTSATANDING!!! He's not just a tour guide, He's also an expert on what you're seeing. He takes groups of up to 9 and does the tour based on what you are interested in. Can't use enough superlatives
The Alcazar of Diego Columbus, the Cathedral, Royal Houses Museum, Ozama Fort, a number of first institutions formed in the Americas, monastery, convent, university, hospital, and other very early 16th century institutions are explained from outside by a historian and researcher getting into the reasons of their formations and evolutions. Follow the footsteps of the Columbus and the conquerors actions to the indigenous and Spanish population; understand the administrative foundations and the architectural and art beginnings of an entire continent and where the first slaves in the Americas were sold and how life was back then in the colony, like convents stretegic roles .
The city captured by British, pirates and corsairs, French, Haitian, and Americans aces expectations. See landmarks, film locations, and centennial urban transformation and modern ways of businesses too.
Cycle along the Bermuda Railway Trail and uncover Bermuda’s lesser-known sights on this guided, 3.5-hour bike tour. Head off the beaten path in search of the island’s hidden gems with a cycle along an old railway trail, which was used in the 1930 and '40s by Bermuda Railway. Then, after your leisurely ride, head to the beach and cool off with a swim and complimentary soft drink.
As a native Puertorican, I am so proud of our culture and history and can’t enough of it. ThIs was my second time taking David’s tour. I loved the first experience, approximately 4 years ago, so much I wanted to share it with my boyfriend (who is not Puertorican) this trip. Highly recommend to everyone! David is knowledgeable, witty and so pleasant. And awesome tour - wear comfortable shoes and get ready to learn and fall in love with PR!
David was a good guide, he even gave us each a bottle of water and a frame in a gift bag to start our day! There were only 6 in our group so it was easy to stay together or ask questions. It would have been nice to allow a little more time to take photos, but we did go back and take them ourselves later.
Explore the colorful buildings and charming streets of Old San Juan in a small group with the help of writer David Rodriguez, author of ‘The Rise and Fall of the Great Barbate.’ During the course of your day, the knowledgeable author helps you discover the area’s key historic sites and gain new insight into Puerto Rican culture. It’s a great opportunity to learn about the many stories of the people who helped to define this unique neighborhood. Your walking trip’s length is flexible based on your needs, and also includes bottled water.
Enjoy personalized attention and get a strenuous workout on this half-day private mountain biking tour for advanced riders. Your dedicated guide will tailor your itinerary and select a route according to your preferences. Along the way, learn about the island and stop to admire scenic coastal and interior views. Water bottle and round-trip hotel or port transportation included.
Stretch your legs and experience Grand Bahama island by bike on this fun-filled tour. With a local guide, cruise to popular sites and landmarks on an electric bike. Visit two beaches and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, learning about the island’s history and culture along the way. Photos of the adventure are emailed to participants after the tour.
Our guide Chendo was outstanding! He was just so knowledgeable and so friendly. We walked around Old San Juan and just saw so much. It was just such a wonderful time. We can’t recommend this tour enough!
Ian was a great tour guide. He showed us all around the island and went out of his way to make sure we had an amazing time. Would definitely recommend this tour, and Ian, to anyone wanting to truly see Old San Juan.
Discover the historic delights of Old San Juan as you pound its ancient cobblestones on a 5-hour walking tour. Take a comprehensive look at the wealth of colonial landmarks in this former Spanish colony, visiting ‘La Fortaleza’ (Governor’s House), the imposing San Felipe El Morro Fort, 16th-century San Jose Church, the Ballaja Barracks and much more. As you stroll, your expert guide provides additional insight into the design and famous personalities that once inhabited this charming area.
It was a great relief to me that my grandchildren would not actually be feeding monkeys but would be there to observe. ( Monkeys are fascinating to watch, from a distance, but they are wild animals and should be treated as such!!!)
Charles arrived to pick us up as planned and we were all happy to listen to him educate us about Barbados. Thank you Charles Mark for treating us to a very educational tour. You were so entertaining that our grandchildren ( 8 and 12 ) are still referring to some of the things you shared with us.
Visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve at feeding time to interact with some of the resident animals. This half-day guided tour lets you learn about the biology and behavior of animals such as peacocks, iguana, tortoise, and the Barbados green monkey. You'll also make stops on the East Coast and North Point of the island for panoramic views and photo ops on the journey.
Walk between the historic attractions in downtown Nassau on this sightseeing tour, a great choice for a shore excursion or for first-time visitors. Hear the history of the Bahamas from its early days as a pirate haven to modern day, and then stop at a local tea house to learn about traditional bush medicine in the Bahamas. Plus, choose from morning or afternoon departure times to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
Hike the UNESCO-listed twin Pitons in the company of a private guide on this hiking tour from Castries. Go at your own pace and choose which mountain you'd like to conquer: the challenging Petit Piton or the easier Gros Piton. Bottled water and round-trip transportation from your Castries hotel are included.
Walking tours are our preferred way of seeing new places. On this occasion we had the guide Karen to ourselves. Unfortunately the Parliament Museum was closed for the holidays so we were only able to view it from the outside. We did go into the Exchange Museum where Karen arranged for us to have a private tour with one of the museum's curators. Karen then improvised for the closure of the Parliament Museum by taking us round St Michael's Cathedral and to St Mary's Church where we were able to listen to the choir who were rehearsing for a recital the next day. She then walked back with us to the Cruise Ship terminal all the while describing the history and buildings we were passing. All in all a good tour despite the rocky start!
Unravel different strands of Barbados’ history with the insight of a guide on this Bridgetown museums tour. Chart the island’s political and commercial past at the Museum of Parliament and Exchange Museum; and visit the Screw Dock, reputedly the world’s only surviving dry screw dock, to hear about the Victorian shipping trade. En route, hear tales and observations you’d likely miss alone. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included for ease.
Although the rain had made the kayak trip a little more difficult and the recent storm had made the beach unusable, our party had a great time on this trip. The guides were very friendly and accommodating to our needs.
The bike-kayak-hike combination was the perfect activity for a day in Antigua! We recommend it highly for cruisers in port for a day, looking for a mild to moderate activity to feel human again after indulging in cruise ship excesses!!! The equipment bicycles/helmets and kayaks/paddles were all in excellent condition and our tour guide/owners Giles & Mark were astounding in their attention to service and friendliness throughout the day. Nothing on the tour was too rough for anybody in average physical condition. The ride was flat for easy pedaling, the kayak was on glass calm water through the mangroves, and the hike was more or less a casual stroll through historic fort remains from British colony times. Giles was knowledgeable on the history of this beautiful island from colonization through modern times. And as a nice surprise, we had about an hour of beach time before riding back to port. So with a little swimming, it may actually count as 4 activities!
So, if you are in Antigua for the day, look these guys up! You will be glad you did... We were!
Donna & Pete.
Explore Antigua by bike, kayak, and on foot during this outdoor adventure from St. John’s. This small-group tour is limited to 10 travelers and covers some of the most beautiful parts of the island. Pedal through village streets, kayak over the azure waters, and take in the scenery during your hike which ends at a historic fort.
This was a great way to learn a little history and enjoy great food.
Linelle was a great guide. She was very knowledgeable, conscientious and was very good about keeping us on schedule. I wish I had done something like this the first time I had visited San Juan.
Guide was Danny. High energy. Perhaps more than necessary---however, he recognizes this but unable to rein it in. Intends to provide a topis experience. For a first time visitor, this is a good introduction---got to make our own mofongo. For someone more experienced with PR cuisine, this may be too introductory.
Get a taste for the flavor and culture of Puerto Rico on this small-group Old San Juan food tour featuring several local eateries. Join your guide for a culinary exploration of island staples like plantains and sofrito, all with the cobblestone streets and colorful facades of the city’s oldest neighborhood as your backdrop. Your tour includes an alcoholic beverage or non-alcoholic substitute if you prefer.
Combine a guided nature walk and a swim with sea turtles on this nature-focused tour in St. Thomas. Through these experiences and guided commentary, you'll be able to gain an in-depth understanding of the local ecosystem. With instruction and all equipment provided, even beginner snorkelers can enjoy the experience exploring the sea turtles' underwater habitat.