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Turtle Tours Guam

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Tamuning, Mariana Islands
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About Turtle Tours Guam
Turtle Tours is Guam’s most popular optional tours company, providing excellent service and quality, fun-filled activities for the sole traveler, couples, and the entire family. Over the years, thousands of guests and visitors to Guam have loved touring with us! We take pride in being Guam’s only optional tour service provider which offers a variety of safe and exciting tropical adventures, on land and in Guam’s beautiful ocean. Turtle Tours includes a number of successful hospitality related enterprises: Adventure River Cruise, City Sightseeing Tour, Kayak Adventure Tour, Iruka Watching Adventure (Dolphin Watching), and Eco Jungle Hiking Tour.
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uncvcutraveller wrote a review Jun 2019
Riverside, Iowa339 contributions61 helpful votes
I was picked up promptly. Then the group was transferred to a school bus. I went to the Valley of the Latte. The boat captain was very humorous and told us about Guam in general. Saw different animals such as catfish, snapper fish, stickfish, deer, pigs, and a buffalo. I saw land crabs fighting over food. I saw a coconut demonstration and how the locals used to make fires. Fires back in the day took one to two hours to make. I had a fresh mango and it was tasty. I fed it to the deer. I had lunch which was very tasty. Nice to see different things being made from a plant.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MysteriousMm wrote a review Feb 2019
45 contributions5 helpful votes
The guides are quite informative and all staff are super nice. In addition, since you are in the valley, you think the food can’t be good. But the pork and chicken are just cooked just about right. Not tough, now raw Unexpectedly delicious Valley is small but with some “house” , farm, and lake. Feel like painting. Awesome experience
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Bozworth wrote a review Aug 2018
Seoul, South Korea4 contributions2 helpful votes
The staff, as noted elsewhere, is friendly and helpful. We took the dolphin viewing tour. The boat was clean, spacious, and they even provide donuts and iced tea for snacks. You can chat with the captain if you want. He's amiable and knowledgeable, as are everyone else involved with this tour. Unfortunately, there weren't any dolphins out when we went, but honestly that's not the fault of Turtle Tours. To their credit, if you don't get to see dolphins, they'll let you reschedule for another day (for free). Therefore, schedule this attraction for the first or second day of your stay on Guam because if you end up needing to reschedule, they might be booked for the next couple of days and will only be able to offer you a second tour after that. For that reason, we couldn't reschedule, but again that's no fault of Turtle Tours. You may feel seasick on the boat if the waves are choppy, so be prepared for that. I felt queasy for a little while, but it passed. Also, bring your own face mask and snorkel. Otherwise, you'll have to pick a set out of a tank of water and who knows how clean they are. I don't know if you get to swim with dolphins (should they show up), but I doubt it since this is the open sea. I'm sure you'd have to sign some kind of waver for that (and we weren't asked to sign anything). Towards the end of the tour, they bring the boat closer to the bay so you can snorkel for a few minutes (see my advice about masks and snorkels above), but really it isn't long enough to enjoy. Maybe ten minutes when it ought to be 20 or 30. If you don't want to snorkel around, you can fish for tuna, but I didn't see anybody in our tour group doing that. All in all a great day, even without dolphins. The sea was a blue I had never seen before in my life and just being out there was worth the price. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Charlie P wrote a review Jan 2018
Yelm, Washington137 contributions46 helpful votes
We took the Adventure River Cruise. The boat captain and his assistant were friendly and well-informed. The cruise was comfortable and pleasant. Explore the jungles along the Talofofo and Ugum Rivers on this half-day tour. Feed the land crabs and various types of fish Tilapia and Cat fish, passed the produce plantation with over 7,000 pineapples among other produce, and stopped to walk through the ancient Chamorro village dating back to 210 B.C. Our tour guide explained the different trees and their traditional uses for soap, weaving, sailing, medicines, fire, and eating while discussing the history of the village we were walking through. After the guided tour, Adventure River Boats staff provided drinks and a fire-starting demonstration. The day continued with a time to ride the carabao, view unique Guam animals, and fish in the fish ponds with provided bamboo rods. We were there for about three and a half hours. I would do this again but perhaps kayak the next time! Thanks for a delightful day! A great experience on Guam! excellent service highly recommend.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Christina D wrote a review Aug 2017
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The valley of the latte riverboat cruise was a very fun and informative easy cruise down the river. The guides made it especially fun, Aki being our guide. He had lots of knowledge and sat there telling stories while he hand wove leaves into little trinkets to take home. He made jokes and was just an easy going fun guide. There was no feeling of having to tip for the little trinkets, he just made them as we floated down the river and then handed them out. Great picture opportunities during the whole ride. The river was beautiful. They took us to a mock up of an old Chamorro village where we were greeted in their language and taught how they use to live back then. Then Aki showed us how to make fire from sticks rubbings together. Very cool. Last, we got to feed and pet little animals It was a very fun half day trip in a gorgeous area!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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