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“360 Island tour”
Review of Wadadli Cats

Wadadli Cats
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Reviewed March 10, 2013

Get a chance to see the island from the outside! We took some amazing pictures of the different beaches and sights from the water perspective. We also got to see migrating hump back whales and snorkel at the Green Island reef, a decent price, $100, for a full days trip, lunch and all the rum or beer you can drink.

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Reviewed March 3, 2013

If in Antigua, be sure to take the Wadadli Cat circumnavigation tour! What an amazing way to see their beaches and other places to visit! The Atlantic was really rough but our captain navigated the Cat beautifully!! The lunch was great and we met a lot of really nice people on the tour. Would highly recommend this trip! The staff and crew were awesome! Very informative also, learned a lot about the island. It's just about an all day adventure but well worth it!

Thank Susan E
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Reviewed February 22, 2013

good for sight seeing though a little long. Crew, food and green island were all great. They even picked us up from the hotel.

Thank richard f
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Reviewed February 11, 2013

We booked the circumnavigation trip through the concierge at our resort, she was confident we would love it! They picked us up in the morning right off the beach, we had to get through some waves to jump up onto the ladder, but we weren't expecting to be dry anyway! We picked up people at a couple more spots along the west side of the island, then motored on, with the crew pointing out various sights and resorts along the shore.

After a while, they took the boat out of the relatively smooth waters of the Carribean Sea out into the Atlantic in order to get to Green Island, which is where we anchored at a beach and snorkeled around before lunch. Most people went inside when we were out on the rough ocean, but if you like a fun ride and don't mind getting wet, you should try to stay out at the front of the boat. Being from New England there was no way we wanted to go inside at all, and we didn't regret it!

Once we arrived at Green Island, we put on the required life preserver (a belt around your waist made of foam, everyone has to wear one when snorkeling with them), and explored the water. We saw a barracuda right off the bat, then many different kinds of tropical fish. It was my first experience snorkeling, and I loved it! They called us in for lunch after about an hour of that. I wasn't a big fan of the food, but I wasn't really expecting to be. My husband was happy with it though! The Rum punch was wonderful :)

After leaving Green Island, they started sailing the catamaran around the west side of the island. The sails and the way the crew worked with them was very impressive. The crew also continued to point out attractions at the shore, we even saw some animals up on the cliffs. After a little while, we motored into Nelson's Dockyard, which was amazing! Beautiful yachts were everywhere, and a lot of history. We would have liked to go back there if there was more time and cheaper taxis!

Then we continued around the island...we sat up at the front of the boat, and were able to see reefs, fish, and even a sea turtle as we were heading back to our resort. It was a bit crowded, we were kind of sitting on top of each other when people wanted to be out in the sun, but a very fun trip! The staff had great energy and were very entertaining as they worked. All in all it's a great way to see a lot of sights, do some snorkeling and get out on the water. I don't have many pictures posted, because we took a lot of video instead on this trip.

Thank Couplefromcapecod
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Reviewed January 25, 2013

We did the circumnavigation tour with snorkeling. The snorkeling was okay - lots of fish but we didn't see much else. The water was too rough to go where they normally take people but the reef was still neat. Lunch was really good - roasted pumpkin and roasted chicken & fish. Beer & rum punch available after snorkeling. Food & drinks all included with cruise.

Thank oddtree
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