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Seawalker Tours

Piti, Mariana Islands
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JERRY재리 wrote a review Jun 2018
Seoul, South Korea123 contributions35 helpful votes
Although the ears and the head were frustrated because of the pressure, we were able to freely breathe under the sea and watch the fish as much as I could. The staff was very pleasant everywhere and enjoyed playing with the guests. Also they provide free snorkeling and
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Date of experience: June 2018
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merciarussell wrote a review Mar 2018
46 contributions15 helpful votes
I booked 2 tours with Seawalker tours. Both were very good . Guides were friendly. I like that the tours are not rushed. We were very lucky to see a family of dolphins on the eco tour. The seawalking tour was amazing. Perfect for people who do not scuba dive.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Amanda S wrote a review Aug 2017
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The Seawalker Tour was a fun and unique experience. We snorkeled, kayaked and seawalked for the entire afternoon. All the equipment was provided and staff was very friendly and helpful. We were surrounded by so many different kinds of beautiful fish and corals. I've lived on
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Date of experience: July 2017
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carmen303 wrote a review Apr 2017
Vancouver, Canada179 contributions28 helpful votes
we paid$25 for snorkeling (they provide the equipment) and kayaking for 120mins. this includes a hotel pick up/drop off service along with lockers. however, the area where they fenced off
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Date of experience: April 2017
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660reym wrote a review Feb 2017
Taguig City, Philippines7 contributions2 helpful votes
A must try for everyone since it's not everyday you get to walk on the ocean floor looking like an astronaut. You get to be up close and personal with some sea creatures and marvel at God's wonderful creation. You can't bring your underwater cameras though but someone from the
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Date of experience: February 2017
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