Whether you are staying at a resort or arriving for a day on a cruise ship, here's something most Caribbean travelers don't know: The same companies offer the same tours both to resorts and to cruise ships.
But what you pay for these tours depends on how your hotel or cruise line adds as their commission. Usually about 20% or more.
Don't take my word for it. Compare the prices at your hotel tour desk or on your cruise ship. You will often notice that on the Viator site the prices are reduced by about 20% when you book through them. That's the commission that normally goes elsewhere.
Cruise passengers especially should compare these tours with those offered by their cruise ship. Make sure the time frame for the Viator tours works within your cruise ship arrival and departure schedule.
In deciding what tours to take, don't forget to check out our island destination guides.
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