Another ? for Blamona & HowardC

Aug 18th, 2006, 11:32 AM
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Another ? for Blamona & HowardC

Hi, again. So I just reserved a private charter with J&B Tours for a half day (9am-12noon). I need help figuring out where to go. We'd like to go see Little Water Cay and Half Moon Bay. Good start? What else would you recommend for a 3-hour tour? I'm a little at lost with all those cays! Thanks again.
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Aug 18th, 2006, 12:27 PM
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Not sure I can be of much help. We did a half day snorkel tour with J&B several years ago. Stopped at Little Water to see the iguanas, Half Moon, a snorkel stop and another Cay for shelling. If you are not going to snorkel you might want to stop at Pine Cay and check it out. Don't know how far Parrot Cay is but might be doable.
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Aug 18th, 2006, 01:14 PM
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Here is another option which we may try but no prices listed.

http://www.tcimall.tc/sunandfun/
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Aug 18th, 2006, 03:12 PM
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Thanks HowardC. I think we will do a little bit of snorkeling during this tour.

Yalerider: We did look into doing that but decided we wanted to do the other thing. Thanks though!
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Aug 18th, 2006, 05:59 PM
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Really Little Water Cay is just to see a bunch of iguanas. They use to be tons of them, lately it's seems to be about 5. You pay an extra $5 to walk around some decking. It's on the way, but if you want to stop, you don't need more than about 15 minutes. Once you've been there on any other excursions, you don't need to stop again. The water is very pretty there though, but it's gorgeous on all the cays.
For a "3 hour tour" They can take you out on the reef for smone snorkeling. Stop at Half Moon Bay (it;s actually Big Water Cay) it has some glorious strands, and some small cove beaches with small limestone rock cliffs. Also have them take you to Fort George/Dellis Cay. Dellis Cay is a gorgeous beach, and has a point that jets out like different sand bars depending on the tides. It's a good spot for sand dollars and small shells.
Wait until you see how gorgeous that beautiful water is!!! 8-)
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Aug 19th, 2006, 09:07 AM
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Thank you Ms. Blamona!
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