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Old 02-01-2009, 04:16 PM
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was looking to book In Belize the cavetubing, but can not find it on web site, do they still offer this??
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I am not sure if you can still book it thru the boat or not. A lady from a carnival cruise ship, book thur the ship for the cave tubing in belize died the day before we were there in sept. I am thinking they probably are not offering it anymore, do your research before you go...
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was looking to book In Belize the cavetubing, but can not find it on web site, do they still offer this??


Bem, They pulled it after the incident macmom posted about. Check out the Caribbean Port section for some recomendations for other vendors. Some people say Reggie's is awesome.

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Old 02-14-2009, 11:32 AM
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We booked with Reggie's and had a great time. If you have time he will take you to a local restaurant where you can have a traditional Belize lunch. Unfortunately we were late getting off the ship and our van broke down so we did not have enough time.
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Hubby and oldest son (when we cruised on the Legend in May) did the cave tubing through Yhony (cave-tubing.com).

They were picked up at the dock (just outside the sliding glass door of Terminal 1) at 9:15am and returned at 2:30pm. At the time, it was $45.00 a person (plus hubby tipped them $10 each).

In the years that I have been reading about Yhony, they have never missed the ship...but do remember that this is an independent tour so the ship will not wait.

Hubby and oldest son had a blast!!
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Just got back from trip last night @10 pm, will have a full Review in a few days
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Bem1962, Welcome Back!

I look forward to your review.

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