Our tour started out very very well with the visits to the fish market on the beach and the boat building on the beach. This was terrific, busy bustling noisy, so many strange fish. Only the tuna was recognizable. The boat yard next door, where huge lumps of wood were being cut with a chain saw. No protective clothing or health and safety here. My problem with the tour was when we went for a walk in the forest to see the monkeys etc. The terrain was far too challenging for the age group of the trip. There were many steps down to the bottom of a ravine, and at the bottom a small stream which you had to follow.By the time you got to the bottom you were past the point of return, too many steps back up again. The terrain was far too slippery, proper walking boots and even poles were needed to keep upright. There were two falls, one being me. I hate to think what would have happened if I had broken a leg or hip. The extraction would have been a nightmare. Our guide Dennis was very helpful and the resident local guide also. However consideration was not given to the age of the group. If everyone had known what was ahead I'm sure half the group would not have started. On the whole the tour was good and interesting, but the organizers must judge the age of their group before attempting this part of the trip.