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Tri-Sport Eco Tours

Simpson Bay, St Martin / St Maarten
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About Tri-Sport Eco Tours
Tri-Sport is St. Maarten's Adventure Center. We offer adventurous and fun outdoor adventures for the entire family. Our guided tours: Kayaking and Snorkel, Kayak the Lagoon, Guana Bay Scenic Coastal Hiking, Body Boarding / Boogie Boarding at Orient Beach, Philipsburg Bike Tour, and our newest -- Adventure St. Maarten: The RACE. We also offer rentals: SUP, Kayaks, & Bikes.
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Amazing Adventure Race Walking Tour of Philipsburg

Race walk your way through Philipsburg with a team of fellow travelers during this unique 3-hour activity. Complete challenges, solve clues and learn about the history of the island along the way. Visit historic sites, taste the local cuisine and even go for a short swim in the ocean, following the specialized map made just for your adventure. The tour includes approximately 2.5 miles (4km) of walking throughout town; participants of all fitness levels are welcome.
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3 hours
from $76.93

Gem of The Island Tour with E-Bike

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.
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4 hours
from $87.18

Guana Bay Coastal Hike

Step away from it all and stretch your legs on this scenic coastal hike through Guana Bay. Upon arrival, you will receive a bottle of water and a snack bar from your friendly guide. After a safety briefing, you will follow quiet, natural trails along the rugged eastern coastline where your guide will tell you about some of the island’s history and point out natural rock formations and unique flora and fauna. Enjoy the spectacular views of neighboring islands and listen to the waves at Geneve Bay’s pebble beach, where you can relax before your hike back. Make sure you bring your camera; the views are spectacular
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2 hours 30 minutes
from $40.00

St Maarten Sightseeing Tour by Bike

Explore both the French and Dutch sides of St. Maarten by bike on a half-day tour from Philipsburg. Ride over the highest point of the island and soak in the views, and head to Marigot and Fort Louis. Stop regularly along the way for photo ops and rest breaks, and hear live commentary from your guide on a small-group tour that is personalized to suit the participants.
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4 hours
from $76.93

Kayak Lagoon Tour

Paddle across the largest saltwater lagoon in the Antilles on a guided kayak expedition. Your tour begins at Kim Sha Beach in Simpson Bay. Upon arrival receive a kayaking lesson and safety orientation before setting off on your sit-on-top kayak. You will follow your guide at a leisurely pace across the largest saltwater lagoon in the Antilles and marvel at the magnificent mega yachts that make St. Maarten their winter base from November to April. During your paddle your guide will point out sights of interest, including the imaginary water border between the Dutch and French sides of the island. A brief stop gives you a chance to rest your muscles as well as learn about the island’s vibrant history and the lagoon’s complex ecosystem before paddling back to Kim Sha for a refreshing dip in the ocean and a well deserved complimentary beverage.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from $50.26
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Isaac W wrote a review Apr 2020
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My wife and I really enjoyed the tour. It was great to exercise on the water and to learn about the history of the island. Our tour guides, Casey, Chris and Nicky were awesome. We would highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Wander608801, Owner at Tri-Sport Eco Tours
Responded Apr 30, 2020
Hello folks, so many thanks for taking the time to write a review! I am very glad you enjoyed the kayak tour and wish we will see you again. Health and sports greetings
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OlafD wrote a review Mar 2020
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What a wonderful experience. The tour guides where amazing and made us feel good. They spooke excellent english, and when my wife wanted to kayak instead of snorkling they just said "of course".
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Wander608801, Owner at Tri-Sport Eco Tours
Responded Mar 30, 2020
Many thanks Olaf for the time you have taken to review our tour. We are indeed flexible as a long as a safety check buy the guides permits the alterations. All the best.
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Julie E wrote a review Mar 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania87 contributions16 helpful votes
Nice beach and good guides, but this is not a "serene" lagoon (as the cruise brochure said), and not the least bit leisurely (as the description states). This is an active port for enormous yachts, windy,and choppy seas. My partner and I paddled like crazy and I panicked a few times that we would go off course. I am experienced at riverkayaking, but was overwhelmed at the effort it took to paddle here. That said, everyone else seemed to be okay. It was hard to hear the guides talks because we could not get close enough, and it was windy.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Wander608801, Manager at Tri-Sport Eco Tours
Responded Mar 4, 2020
Hi Julie, thank you for choosing our tour and sharing your experience. Also thank you for giving kudos to our exceptional guides. Normally our kayak tour is very calm, as you start in a bay and head into an enclosed lagoon. However we do get very windy days from time to time, which makes the kayak part more of an effort. It is too bad you got us on one of those days.
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Tony F wrote a review Feb 2020
Oswego, Illinois1 contribution
It was a lot of fun. We all drank and came in last place but the game was fun to play and get our group working together while sight seeing. The game leaders were fun and interactive. We ended at a bar and had fin all day.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Juan Pablo P, Owner at Tri-Sport Eco Tours
Responded Mar 3, 2020
We really thank you taking the time to write the review! Very glad you enjoyed the team building exercise. Yours in sports, Jp
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Paul C wrote a review Feb 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom43 contributions23 helpful votes
Booked this through P&O. 5km along a rocky path where proper walking shoes were worthwhile using. A couple of strenuous climbs but nothing beyond a healthy person. Guides were caring, loads of knowledge which made it interesting. Given bottled water and a biscuit snack and a pouch belt to carry them. Just a small group and some goats. Otherwise deserted. Beer or soft drink when we returned to the start. Then more beer and biscuits because the coach was late. All round, extremely enjoyable
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Date of experience: February 2020
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