Great trip put on by Raisin Cane tours, picked our group up in Ft. Myers on their bus,(free water and snacks on bus) took us to Clewiston, visited Chamber of Commerce, then a guided tour of the sugarcane fields and factory - Lake Okeechobee and...More
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Even though the tour is close to 4 hours, only in the cane fields you can depart the bus and he cuts pieces of cane for the group. Rest of the places you can only from the van. Please make a note that there are...More
Had the pleasure of going on this trip this week. Very very interesting and informative tour, we learned all about sugar and the way orange juice is processed. U.S. Sugar supplies a very good lunch and gave us a bunch of goodies for coming. I...More
The bus is small for a 3 hour trip. Driver rolled most stop signs and slow rolled railroad tracks. Orange juice sample at the juice factory from a carton from store. All of the tour was from inside the bus which is sized for children...More
We took the Sugarland Tours and learned so much about the sugar and orange industry along with the history of Clewiston. I would highly recommend the tour.
Came highly recommended. So glad we went. Very informative. Bobby the tour guide did an outstanding job.
Looking for a worthwhile activity? This one will fill you in on natural Florida and its sugar and citrus production. We had a two thoroughly knowledgeable guides. We toured Clewiston a bit, viewed Lake Okeechobee, and visited the cane fields all with a steady stream...More
This trip was amazing. The hospitality and food was great. Our tour guides were very knowledgeable and entertaining..
The four hour tour was very informative and fun, but looking at some of the other reviews I was under the impression lunch was included. By one o’clock my sister and I were starving..so, eat a good breakfast before you go, and bring some snacks....More
My parents have lived an hour and a half north of Clewiston for 15 years. When visiting we have driven through this town on rt27 many times. We have often seen them burning the sugar fields and harvesting the cane but my Dad always wanted...More