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We had a blast, great way to see the beauty of Cozumel. Jeeps are sturdy beasts that get a work out, watch your head climbing the lighthouse, get a massage and lunch on a beach.
A lot of fun. Guide's dune buggy broke down, but that ended up giving us a custom tour of the island. Weather wasn't good for snorkeling, but that's nature. Guide did a great job of coming up with alternate activities.
The best excursion I've taken in Cozumel which was 50 cheaper than booking same tour on the ship. There were only 4 jeeps which made it a nice size. The gave us cold bottled water at each stop - nice stop. The lunch was quite good and the beach was awesome! Tequila factory was a nice thing to add at the end. So impressed with Felipe our main tour guide who even guided the group on the snorkeling adventure. The jeeps are stick shift so make sure you know how to drive one.
The guides were fabulous, friendly and knowledgeable. Although we spotted a nail in the tire of our jeep, they took action immediately and had another jeep within minutes. The weather was not as good as it could have been, but we got to do everything. The lunch was outstanding. I would highly recomed this tour
It was a great time! I loved getting to drive. Miguel was a great tour guide and the sites were very beautiful. Would definitely do this trip again.
it was very good. David was knowledgeable and nice to be with. Fortunately we went during the slow season (week of june 18th) and there were few people on our trek, which made it even better.
We had a fabulous time on our jeep and snorkel tour. Lorenzo was our guide and did a great job giving us the tour. He is very knowledgeable and accomodating. We would recommend this tour to everyone.
Fantastic trip ! Our guide's name was Lorenzo and was awesome. Very knowledgeable about the surroundings and was very helpful with the snorkelling. Snorkelling amazing, saw great fish. I highly recommend it. Was worth every dollar.
Our group of 8 were in two jeeps lead by a third jeep with Hernan, our guide. The drive around the island was great with excellent stops for pictures, the lighthouse and ruins. Hernan and Hose took us out snorkeling and even with 1 women and 1 child who were not used to the ocean or snorkeling, the guides were patient, very helpful and encouraging with them and the rest of our group. They are highly recommended by everyone in our group and we would go on this tour again and again. 5 Stars to AllPro Tours for this great tour!!!
WELL, I WAS NOT INFORMED OF THE DIFFERNCE IN TIME FROM THE CRUISELINE, AND SAT IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY, IN A PARKING LOT ALONE FOR ABOUT 45 MINUTES. THAT WAS VERY UNCOMFORTABLE!!! BESIDES THAT, THE EXCURSION WAS FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!! RIDING IN THE JEEP, SEEING SITES, AND ALL THE STOPS WERE WONDERFUL. THE TOUR GUIDE WAS AWESOME, THE LIGHTHOUSE, WELL ALL OF IT WAS JUST PERFECT. OF COURSE SNORKELING WAS THE TOPS!!! THE TOUR GUIDE, WAS VERY PATIENT WITH MY CHILDREN IN THE WATER AND MADE THE WHOLE EXPERIENCE FOR THEM!! I WOULD DEFINETELY RECOMMMEND THIS... ITS WORTH THE MONEY. JUST MAKE SURE YOUR AWARE OF THE DIFFERENCE IN TIME!!!!!
A great way to capture a glimpse of the Mayan history and beautiful beaches of Cozumel. The lighthouse provides wonderful views if you are fit enough to do the climb. Unfortunately we were unable to snorkel with turtles due to currents. The tequila distillery was very interesting. Great guides.
The Cozumel jeep and snorkel adventure tour was good, but not quite what was advertised. We were with a large group, which was fine, but we would have liked to spent more time on the beach and less time with the talking about the one 1 crocodile we saw in the park. The lighthouse and museum were terrific. The snorkeling, beach time and fajitas was awesome - more time needed here.
Our tour guide, Marco, was very knowledgeable and friendly. We learned a lot about the history and culture of Cozumel. He did his best to ensure an enjoyable experience while making our safety a priority. A very nice tour!
The Jeep Tour was outstanding. Enjoyed driving a jeep around Cozumel. The lunch was great! Enjoyed seeing an alligator and the 'swamps' and then walking up a lighthouse. The snorkeling was like an afterthought: needed to swim out to the reefs and swim back not much to see however great exercise. Also, the jeeps were old, and some had no seat belts. Otherwise a great adventure!
David and Miguel were wonderful tour guides, and the snorkeling was great. Less cheesy than the cruise line tours. David also makes a fine margarita, and the lunch at El Cid was quite tasty.
Our tour was great! We had lots of fun and lunch was fantastic. Gorge and David our tour guides were awesome. Thanks
The business was a little tricky to find, but we were eventually pointed in the right direction by a competitor. We were scheduled for 10:30 am and arrived an hour early. Come to find out the guide had left about 10 minutes prior to our arrival. The guide told another couple on the tour that we were late for the tour and the reason for the hold-up. They were quick to get us on the road and led us to the rest of the group.
The guide (Aldo) was knowledgeable, but there was not a "state of the art radio system" in the jeep that kept us in contact with him. The freedom of driving your own vehicle made this experience fun. The locations we visited were very clean and enjoyable. The resort where we ate was very nice, but I believe we were a little rushed.
Overall, we were satisfied with what we got for the price. The staff is willing to modify the tour to get you back on the road as needed.
The first thing you must know is that the jeeps are all manual transmissions. Even so, they are old and the shift was difficult even among the other drivers on our tour. The stick itself had a bend in it and the diagram was angled so the driver in our group had a difficult time shifting. It took some time for her to get the hang of it. There are no maps provided and there is no communication from the lead car to any of the jeeps following it. I had hoped there was going to be a radio to provide some commentary as we were driving, but this was not the case. We went to a nature preserve initially then headed to the beach for snorkeling. Those of us who did not snorkel had the use of hammocks under a canopy where we could rest, read, etc. We were given bottled water. We went to an area where there was some shopping available tequila and craft items. The best part of the tour was an authentic Mexican lunch of fish, chicken or port tacos.
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