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“Good tour company”

Jungle Water Adventures
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Owner description: We are a small licence tour operator that offers more option and activities than any other company at much more affordable prices.Our mainland tours from Ambergris Caye, San Pedro Town can be down by air or by the water taxi. Our newest and hottest tour on the Island is the ATV Island Jungle Adveture. It's seventheen miles of biking to rocky point where the reef meets land at our world heritage site, Bacalar chico National Park. Enjoy biking through jungle trails and a five minutes hike through the jungle. After exploring Rocky point we head back to the beach to relax and for a fish beach-bar-b-q.If you like while you await for lunch you can swim and also snorkel if you think you have extra energy. After lunch its back on our bike towards home and civilization once more. This tour will real give you a different pespective of our island and the oppertunities of to spot wildlife can be endless. You do not need to leave the island to have that amazing jungle experience or to have that wild adventure. Warning this tour includes a lot and we mean a lot of fun!!!!
Reviewed 9 December 2013

My wife and I went 2 days in a row with Jungle Water Adventures to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley. We walked in off the street and met William. He hooked us up both days for the snorkel tour. His price was competitive and he was friendly and up front. He tolds us what time to be at the pier near our hotel and both days we were picked up promptly. The boats were clean and well kept. The snorkel guides were friendly and worked hard to show us neat stuff. This is all you can ask from a tour company. William did his job well. I would use him again and would tell others to use him to,

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Reviewed 15 October 2013

Before coming to San Pedro with my boyfriend a few weeks ago, I emailed William from Jungle Water Adventure (found his website on line) about a tour to Lamanai Mayan ruins. His prices were comparable to other tour companies, but I found him to be prompt and responsive to my questions and so decided to give him our business. We did not regret going with Jungle Water Adventure. William picked us up at our hotel (The Phoenix) around 8am (and promptly picked us upon our return). We were joined by another American tourist who was visiting Lamanai by himself. William took us to San Pedro airport where we boarded a small plane to fly over to Belize mainland. When we landed, we were met by a driver who took us to New River to begin our riverboat ride up to Lamanai. It was a great tour. Our guide was funny and knowledgeable. The boat ride was very scenic. The Lamanai ruins were incredible. Because we went during the off season, there weren’t many tourists around. There were only a few groups visiting Lamanai that day, including our small group. As a result, we were able to lose ourselves in the solitude of the ruins and take great pictures of the ruins without having hundreds of people in the background. Overall, we had a wonderful experience.

Thank Allie P
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Reviewed 3 August 2013

Belize. Start in Belize City, and you’re about 2 hours or so to the Guatemalan border to the West, or 2 hours to the North to reach Corozal on the upper reaches of the Chesapeake Bay-looking Chetumal Bay, that has Ambergris Caye and San Pedro on the right, towards the Caribbean … or the same amount of time (well, maybe a little more) to hit the Southern border by Honduras. Mayan Ruins sites everywhere.
So … how do you do that, absorb the countryside?
Go with Prince, and Brian, and Richard, like the 6 of us did. Stop wherever, go wherever. Visit with some of the folks and family that these guys know (like they don’t know just about everybody, everywhere!).
Or, you could pay about the same for a regular, pre-planned here-to-there, do-this-or-that, tour.
Instead, spread a map of the country on a table, pick the places you’d like to explore, and let the guys take you on a custom “Stop wherever, Go wherever” tour. Passing through a town that strikes your fancy? They’ll know (or find) a great place for lunch/dinner/whatever.
Make it an overnighter. Tour some ruins, do ziplining, cave tubing, the zoo … you name it. Or just explore, hang out, go when you want to go, stay when you want to stay. Prince and the boys do it right. Whenever you say "Can we ...", it's always "Of course ... you're the boss ...", looking at you like perhaps you didn't grasp that concept. Exceptional!

Thank Joe Z
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Reviewed 16 July 2013

I contacted William prior to our departure from Miami. He was responsive and what I liked most was the combination options he offered. My friend and I (2 girls on a girl's getaway) wanted to see Mayan Ruins and do Zip lining. William picked us up at our hotel (Las Terrazas) quite early in the morning and brought us to the airport of San Pedro where we boarded a plane for Belize Central. There we met up with Ryan who drove us across Belize to Xunantunich. William then picked us up upon our return to San Pedro and took us to a great local place for dinner. His prices were very competitive and saved us from paying the premium our hotel would have otherwise charged us. We had a great time and we highly recommend their services.

Thank gillianp96
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Reviewed 15 June 2013

Jungle Water Adventures ATV tour is phenomenal. First of all, William is punctual both in person and in communication. Email responses to my many questions were answered promptly and thoroughly. Secondly, although the tour may seem pricey, it is worth the money. I believe it is the only way you can see a large portion of Ambergris Caye and have a fantastic time doing it! The atvs were fun and functional, and William prepared us a great lunch and provided water and other beverages along the trip. He gave us the option of dining at a resort or a private stretch of beach. We chose the beach, where we could cool off for a bit and relax. In short, if you're considering this, DO IT! Best out-of-the-water activity on the Cayes.

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