We did the day tour with flight-seeing at the end. Jules was our guide and he was outstanding. Once he determined that all 4 of us were enjoying the biggest waves, he hit as many as possible. (The water was fairly high that day.) Lunch was outstanding and the staff were great about accommodating my gluten intolerance, even picking lettuce out of their garden to substitute for the wheat wrap. We wished we could do it again the next day! Some advice: wear really warm socks and bring fleece to change into at the end. Long underwear will also keep you warmer in the ice-cold raft. While heavy rain is fairly unusual, on our trip, it poured for the entire afternoon. We were all soaked, even through our waterproof clothing. While my husband and I stayed warm, one member of our party was on the verge of hypothermia, because she didn't have dry clothing for the flight-seeing at the end. One of the staff lent her fleece, and then she was fine. Also, bouncing around a cold rubber raft for 6 hours is fairly strenuous and not for the seriously out-of-shape.
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