We Kayaked here. The water was a bit rough, but that made it challenging. It kind of bothered me that Princess owns this area, but still charges quite the fees for things like kayaks and banana boat rides. The food offering was also uninspired-an american type barbecue rather than a Caribbean style meal.
Our tour group was divided into 2 parts. The other half had a longer tour and had more time at the Aquarium and a longer island tour. We all paid the same amount. I enjoyed the distillery tour, but could barely hear the tourguide, as it was so very crowded. The tasting was rushed and we were pushed into the purchasing area rather quickly.
After the tour we walked around and found a great bistro for dinner. Chicken skewers with peanut sauce was fabulous. But I can't remember the name of the restaurant.
We were tired and a woman with a tour bus approached us with a deal of $15 pp for an island tour. We visited the lighthouse and the rock formations. Honestly, it was a great deal, simply because we were tired and it was a nice ride. She was knowledgeable about the island, and the economy of the island. I truly enjoyed that-