Jesus was a wonderful tour guide. Royal Caribbean lied to us about this tour though. When you book, you reserve your spot not the jeep. So if two people want their own jeep, then it may not happen. If you have 3-4 people, you will get your own jeep. Jesus was able to luckily get us our own jeep, so both of us could drive. Also, our ticket was printed to meet at the location at 8:15am. However, when we arrived at 7:45am the group had already left. So, please arrive early, otherwise they might leave you. Fortunately for us, they hadn't gone too far so we caught up with them. The Jeep's were awesome! The had a small lift on them and bigger mud tires. They were fairly new and the a/c was nice and cold. The tour started with a 30-45 minutes drive through cozumel to the other side. Then we started the four wheeling. The first part of the loop of four wheeling included a stop at a mayan village and a story from Jesus. Then we got back in our jeeps, turned around and made our next stop at a private beach. There we stopped for about 30 minutes for a delicious lunch. We had beef and chicken tacos prepared right at the beach. They were delicious and I didn't get sick from it at all. We couldn't swim at the beach because the rip tides were very dangerous. Then the drivers switched and made a 30 minute trip back the way we came. The terrain was very bumpy, but reasonable. In fact, I kept the Jeep in 2wd and was able to do it. It's more of a challenge that way, so I enjoyed it. On the way back we stopped at a tequila tasting and we learned about the process of tequila and met the locals. This was very lovely and we tasted some good tequila. You were also given time to buy some tequila for home if you wanted to. Then we drove back to the meeting spot. It was a little walk back to the port, but not too difficult to find. You can avoid most of the street vendors if you stay on one side of the road. This was an excursion that I highly recommend. It's a little expensive, but I think it was worth it.
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