I went with my sister and husband and we had a blast. Zoki was our tour guide and he was down to earth and funny. The weather was tricky all day because of pending thunderstorms in the area so we were not able to see the shipwreck but it was well worth the money anyway. They even reached out the day before letting us know the forecast and giving us an option to cancel if we wanted, but we still went. (They did give us a discount after the fact though - even without us asking).
The cave was beautiful, but a bit crowded with other tours which can't be helped. But it was still beautiful - and they shared some beer with us.
I was a bit scared to do the cliff jumping, but if you have it in you to push past, I recommend going for it. It was such a thrill and I am sure I would have regretted not doing it.
Everyone played a ballgame in the water at one of the beaches and I loved getting to know the other people on the tour.
Lunch was relaxing. We packed our own but there is a restaurant to purchase food or coffee.
Because of the weather we had to cut short the second kayaking leg, but we still got to see an old submarine dock.
We ended the day having a beer at a small place on a private beach before getting the ferry back.
The crew were extremely respectful of the nature and preserving what the island has to offer.
Overall not a bad way to spend the day!