Jeep Safari Cruise Excursion
This 4X4 tour delivers tropical views not ordinarily seen, and more. First, you'll drive to the luxurious Grand Case Beach Club to enjoy the amazing views of Cole Bay, then moving to the panoramic views of Simpson Bay Lagoon. Afterward, you will reach the French capital of quaint Marigot for shopping opportunities prior to riding on to beautiful Mullet Bay Beach for a refreshing swim. Travelers seeking an authentic, island adventure appreciate this St. Maarten excursion.
The French side of the island is explored on this Jeep adventure. With the top of the Jeep off, your guide will navigate Caribbean roads, passing coconut palms and reaching the Grand Case Beach Club. Here, you are afforded a scenic lookout of Cole Bay Hill and two private beaches.
Continue to a plateau offering stunning views of Simpson Bay Lagoon and neighboring islands. You're then escorted to the Marigot, the capital of this French Caribbean side of the island.
Set along the lovely coast of the Bay of Marigot, this former fishing village now offers visitors a bevy of boutiques and cafes to explore. The charm of locals mingling with visitors adds to the adventure.
Thereafter, voyage on to the white sand beach at Mullet Bay. This tropical setting is a true delight. Swim, relax, or build sand castles prior to returning to the pier.
Reserve this idyllic St. Maarten tour to experience the lush sights and city before swimming the warm sea.
Please Note: All Jeeps are 4-door, convertible, equipped with A/C and hold 4 guests. The Jeeps are automatic and hold four guests only. If you have fewer than four in your group, your guide will drive or match you up with others. Guests wanting a private Jeep will need to purchase all four seats.
Reviewer: Carolyn Schomer
We were a group of 8, ages 80 to 16, and this was a great way for our family to spend a day on a beautiful island and experience the two different countries. There were a variety of experiences throughout the tour to provide interest and good breaks [a French bakery, a Fort, well known beach with airplanes taking off and landing closely overhead, wildlife stop, and more. Our guide, Latch, was fantastic. He kept the 5 different colored jeeps together with excellent communication with drivers via walkie talkies, guiding drivers thru rural roads and crowded city streets. Seeing the effects of Hurricane Maria and redevelopment efforts was also interesting.
Reviewer: Morgan Johnson
Mr. Latch the tour guide did an excellent job of taking us safely around the island. His knowledge and friendliness were welcoming and informative. We got a great view of the island from the scenic hills and he even took us to a couple locations he thought we would like, which we DID! Great experience.
Reviewer: Wendy Wood
We had the best day! The tour guide was amazing and he even surprised us with a stop at Maho Beach! He took us at the time when the larger planes were coming in! Highly recommend this! One of the best excursions we’ve been on.
Reviewer: X-T Mai
Our tour guide, Latch, is an excellent tour guide, very attentive and kind! He showed us both sides of the island, geographically and culturally. We stopped by the Maho beach where we witnessed jets took off and landed! We recommended this tour.
Reviewer: Bruce Porter
Latch was our excursion group leader. He was great. He was informative, answered all questions and had a wonderful outlook and attitude. There were 5 vehicles in our caravan and my husband drove “The Green Monster”, his normal vehicle, but due to the numbers of participants in each group, he ended up in an ATV leading the way. We hit many highlights including a group of friendly iguanas, Princess Julianna airport, a French patisserie and, sadly, so much of the island that felt the devastation of the two hurricanes that struck so hard two years ago. Happily there is a HUGE amount that has already been rebuilt and was under construction while we visited. The warmth, generous nature and spirit of the people was evident everywhere. Couldn’t be happier with the experience.