We had a great time on the reef explorer and the snorkeling was a hit too. The marine life was fabulous.
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We tried the new Sea Scooter snorkel experience with three young children and it was great! The kids instantly figured out how to control the scooter and were diving and exploring in no time. We explored about 300m of Pango point reef which is very...More
We enjoyed our view & snorkeling but unfortunately after our trip money was missing from a wallet. Just a warning to future clients not to leave bags unattended as we did when snorkeling. This took all the enjoyment from trip.More
Thank you for your feedback. We are pleased to note that you enjoyed the tour and snorkel experience. With regards to the loss of money you referred to, we sincerely regret that this happened on your visit to Vanuatu. Although you have not expressly stated...More
We booked the Reef explorer for the family to experience seeing fish and coral first hand. It was great for everyone as the design of the glass bottom brings you in very close contact with the fish and coral. The family were able to snokel...More
The Reef Explorer was the first touristy thing our family did on our holiday and we were all delighted by the experience. We thought it was just going to be a normal glass bottom boat but the fact that we could literally climb down into...More
This has the best of both worlds. If your kids want to have a go at snorkeling then it's great because they can, but it's not an all day type tour. It's just the right length. If they are too young or don't want to...More
We wanted an activity our 3 year old could enjoy, whilst entertaining the rest of the family (including our 5 year old). This was a perfect outing - my 5 year old got to go snorkelling and get up close to the reef and fish,...More
We booked this tour on our cruise and it was a great experience, the reef was absolutely beautiful and was filled with so many different fish (We saw Moorish Idol's the size of dinner plates). The tour guides were friendly and up for a chat,...More