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Sail Date: April 2019
Mare is a pristine island that has not been commercialized or allowed itself to be overtaken by the trappings of the 21 century. A warm welcome provided by native dancers and singers greet arrivals to this beautiful tranquil island. A ... Read More
Mare is a pristine island that has not been commercialized or allowed itself to be overtaken by the trappings of the 21 century. A warm welcome provided by native dancers and singers greet arrivals to this beautiful tranquil island. A visit to the tranquil waters of Yedjele Beach is a must. However tourists need to be mindful to respect local custom by following directions and not climb on rocks and certain other features. Yedjele Beach is a short bus ride from the dock and the trip is easily organised onboard. To supplement their meagre incomes the locals have established small stalls sell beads, clothing and other touristy type memento's. Read Less
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Sail Date: March 2019
Was very disappointed that the bus fare to access is the beauful beach on this Island had increased by 66% in just 2 years from $15 to $25. There isn’t much see on Mare if you don’t go to the beach and bus trips can only be booked ... Read More
Was very disappointed that the bus fare to access is the beauful beach on this Island had increased by 66% in just 2 years from $15 to $25. There isn’t much see on Mare if you don’t go to the beach and bus trips can only be booked through the boat. We chose not to get off the boat at this location due to the cost, even though the Bach is very beautiful (I had been here before. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
was really nice spent day at the beach was good until it poured and we all got soaked Everyone was rushing for the buses to get back to the boat Only to have to wait for the tenders to come collect us they only used two tenders
was really nice spent day at the beach was good until it poured and we all got soaked Everyone was rushing for the buses to get back to the boat Only to have to wait for the tenders to come collect us they only used two tenders Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Where the tender boats drop you there is no beach. You have to pay $25 to get on a bus to Yejele Beach (about 15 minutes travelling). Yejele Beach is beautiful, there are some locals selling drinks and food, as well as some basic ... Read More
Where the tender boats drop you there is no beach. You have to pay $25 to get on a bus to Yejele Beach (about 15 minutes travelling). Yejele Beach is beautiful, there are some locals selling drinks and food, as well as some basic souvenirs. Do not get off the boat thinking you will pay a local for a lift to the beach, they will not take you, it is all controlled by the cruise company. Walking to the Natural aquarium is not advisable it is a long boring walk in the stifling heat. If you must get off the ship at this port, I highly recommend leaving your kids on board. Read Less
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Sail Date: December 2018
Yejele is a antastic beach. Cheap coconuts, hair braiding and great water for swimming. The bus transfer is a must but is overpriced. Prepare for sporadic rain.
Yejele is a antastic beach. Cheap coconuts, hair braiding and great water for swimming. The bus transfer is a must but is overpriced. Prepare for sporadic rain. Read Less

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