The name was jungle buggy and snorkel and it was fantastic. We walked to the start and the guides were very nice, informative and knowledgeable. We rode through town and when the pavement ended the off road began. WOW it was so much fun. After riding off road we stopped by a small resort to learn how to make Pico De gio (spelling) and could swim in the pool if we desired. After another so short ride we went to Plaza Azul for snorkeling. The fish and sea life was beautiful as was the water. Would highly recommend taking this tour.
After a brief ride to the adventure park we got a locker and suited up for 7 runs. They were short and long and the guides were extremely friendly and helpful. The last run is the longest and runs from the top of the hill down across the street. Remember to take some form of camera so you can get pictures from on top of the hill. Spectacular views. Once we got back to the port we ate at Margaritaville and then shopped with the locals - most stores are not owned by true locals. Would rather support the locals than not.
This was our second time here and will be my last. Stores will not open to until later even if there is a ship in port. Most of our party spoke to someone at the port and got a tour to Turtle Farm, Hell and 7 Mile beach for under $45 per person. Their pictures were really good.
Labadee is RCCL private island. It is nice but we prefer Coca Cay. We went to Columbus Cove section and walked to this area. It took appx 10-15 minutes to do so. Adrenaline beach is nice as well but the water is a little rocky and has great views of the waves crashing along the rocks and Dragons Breathe zip line. One member of our party did this and enjoyed it but $95 for a 30 second ride was a little expensive for the rest of us. Several members of our party did the Aqua Park and Water Slide. They enjoyed the water park and said it was the best hour of the whole day. We had one of the attendants place a blue cabana shade around our chairs (FREE) so you have shade if needed.