We were on the NCL Joy and booked this through the company. Communication was good throughout. There were only 4 in our group: 2 couples which was great. Our guide, Larry, was fabulous. Funny, good singer and very informative. We came across a bad car accident but he knew another route to keep us going. You just walk a short distance thru security to meet them. We started at the Liquer factory which was interesting and you get to sample many varieties. Small gift store and bathroom too. Then onto NP Shete Boka. We were set to pay the entrance fee but didn't have to! Probably a good thing, because we only got to see/visit one of the "blow holes" there, which was still incredible to see. There are 7, hence the name's meaning which is 7 mouths. If not in your swim clothes, you can change there. Next stop was the turtle swimming which to be honest was disorganized. Yes, you can walk right into the water with them as fishermen toss raw fish into the water as they clean their catch. Not too crowded but there was no photographer on hand for your personal pixs though he did catch up with us later in the day, and sent me pixs via What'sApp but you could tell they were not of the day you were actually there. Also, when we arrived at the turtle beach, if you didn't bring your mask, snorkel etc. then you were out of luck as there was no one there to help you. Next, we spent about an hour at Playa Kenepi Grandi, a beautiful beach. I would suggest bringing some snacks with you as you have enough time to eat here on the beach. Very pretty. Lots of birds too. Not too crowded. But there are no chairs etc. You must pay for them. Then we drove and saw some flamingos but they were far away. You needed a good camera lens to capture them which luckily I have. We got back in plenty of time to have some time to walk the Queen Emma bridge as Larry dropped us off right there. Plenty of shopping etc. there and that is just a short walk to our cruise ship. All in all a great day with a great tour guide, Larry.