This expression is by far the one we hear the most: I'm so glad, I came to Skippers. We hear it from people of all walks of life: the mature travelers, the younger travelers, women and men and of all nationalities.
Some of our visitors are though a bit scared of the narrow road and the adventure it brings with it. Traffic is a true adventure. Don't get me wrong, it is not as you would drive on a Highway, but crossing another vehicle can add adrenaline to your system if you are an inexperienced driver.
Funny enough, even those visitors who are a bit scared, answer after the tour to our question, whether they liked the tour 'No, I loved it... I loved it to be scared a bit. Thanks for getting me in and out of the canyon in a safe way'.
It's our pleasure!
One very interesting comment that I would like to share with you is the following: we had a father of 2 joining us with his wife. After the tour, the father said to his Driver/Guide that his mother joint us some months ago. As she returned home and showed off with the pictures of the canyon, she told him, that if he would not go into Skippers, she would never ever talk to him again!
What a harsh comment you might say. It was of course meant as encouragement. He did take up her advise and mentioned that the tour and everything he and his family experienced was truly remarkable and well worth the time and money.
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