You'll see from the other reviews, and we would agree, that the actual wagon ride down on the valley floor (you take a four wheel drive to get down into the valley) was rather short for the money. However, Derek, our tour guide and Sistah, the dog that followed us throughout the valley, were both entertaining. The road down into the valley cannot be passed in a rental car (rental agreements on the island prohibit it.) The road can only be accessed by a four wheel drive (and hikers) because the road has a 25-33% gradient (very steep) and it's one lane. After kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, horse back riding, we were too pooped to hike down a one mile road that steep knowing we'd have to walk back up. So I thought the $55 tour was still good value although I wish I could have seen more of the valley. If you're fresh and can make the hike yourself, do it. Otherwise, if you're tired or out of shape, I think this is a great way to see the valley.
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