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Prison Island Tours

Jeu d'aventure en équipe inspiré de la célèbre émission tv fort boyard.

Une aventure inédite en France inspirée du célèbre jeu télévisé Fort Boyard, à faire en famille ou entre amis ! Cette fois Passe-Partout ne sera pas là et vous devrez frayer votre chemin au milieu des dédales et des labyrinthes pour triompher à chaque défis et sortir sain et sauf !

Rassemblez vos amis et préparez-vous pour une aventure passionnante à Prison Island Tours. Tous sont les bienvenus, jeunes et moins jeunes.

Formez une équipe et résolvez des défis dans les cellules de la prison avec vos coéquipiers pendant que l’horloge tourne…

Coopérez, accumulez des points et amusez-vous. Tout est possible ! Et n’oubliez pas : L’équipe a toujours besoin de vous et vous avez toujours besoin de l’équipe !

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Vivez une aventure en équipe comme à la télévision, pour s'amuser, se rencontrer et se rapprocher !

Une immersion totale : vous êtes plongés dans un milieu carcéral où chaque cellule a son propre défi que vous devrez résoudre dans le temps imparti. Des décors réalistes avec des énigmes adaptées à tous les niveaux qui feront appel à vos cinq sens et parfois même à votre 6ème sens !

De 5 à 77 ans

A chacun ses capacités et ses domaines de prédilection. Petit et agile pour se faufiler plus rapidement, sage et plein d’expérience pour résoudre les énigmes les plus corsées.

Tout le monde se prend au jeu à Prison Island !

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En famille, entre amis

Accessible à tous, petits et grands, Prison Island est l’activité idéale pour se retrouver en famille, entre amis ou collègues en s’amusant sans limite et partager des moments de convivialité.

Un travail d'équipe !

Résolvez les défis et les énigmes en équipe à partir de 2 personnes. Coordination, agilité et communication seront la clef pour que votre Team soit la meilleure et vos souvenirs inoubliables !

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23 cellules = 23 défis

Sortez vainqueur des épreuves de chacune des cellules pour gagner des points. Alliez tantôt réflexion, équilibre, astuces, physique et adresse pour sortir vainqueur !

Renouvelez l’expérience pour battre les scores des autres équipes et vous hisser en haut du tableau !

Groupes, célébrations & Team building

Un événement fun et ludique à organiser à Tours ? Quelque chose à célébrer ? Créer des liens et de la cohésion ? Prison Island Tours est la destination idéale pour l’organisation de vos rencontres en groupe !

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Vous cherchez une activité hors du commun pour la dernière journée la plus FUN de la vie de célibataire de votre ami(e) ?

Venez à Prison Island Tours !

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Organisez une fête d’anniversaire inoubliable pour les petits et les grands !

Réunissez vous entre amis ou en famille pour souffler les bougies et partager des moments conviviaux à Tours !

Team building

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Faites vivre une expérience unique à vos collaborateurs !

Prison Island Tours est l’activité parfaite pour renforcer les liens et l’esprit d’équipe tout en s’amusant !

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Afterwork à Tours

Vous cherchez un endroit fun et challengeant pour passer un moment convivial après votre journée de travail ? Prison Island Tours est LA solution !

Découvrez les talents de chacun dans la résolution des différents défis de la Prison.

Une activité parfaite pour un pot de départ ou simplement pour créer des liens et s’amuser entre collègues.

Variez les plaisirs avec notre Quiz Boxing

Fan de quiz et de blind test ? Quiz Boxing est fait pour vous !

Entrez dans l’arène pour affrontez vos amis dans ambiance immersive comme à la télé !

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Pensez à la carte cadeau et faites plaisir à vos proches et amis. En quelques clics, le bon cadeau est envoyé à votre destinataire ou bien sur votre propre boite mail. Vous pourrez alors l’imprimer et l’offrir sous le sapin !

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San lucas prison island tour , what’s included, available packages, guided tours of san lucas island.

This is a tour guided, providing the stories and information about the prision and prioners, after the tour you will be able to walk on the trails to get on the wonderful sandy beaches, that are sorounding the island,  of course we provide food and drinks as well.

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See giant tortoises that are over 150 years old!

Enjoy a Half-Day Excursion Packed with Adventures

Join us for a half-day excursion to Prison Island, which once served as a prison and has now been transformed into a luxurious hotel. Our journey will begin with a boat ride from the shores of Stone Town, and we will anchor 5 kilometers away on the stunning beach of Prison Island. You will have the opportunity to explore a sanctuary for giant tortoises and go snorkeling in the coral reef surrounding the island during the tour.

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A former prison,, giant tortoises,, and snorkeling.

This island is named after the prison that was built in 1893. The prison was originally intended to house violent prisoners from the mainland and people sick with yellow fever. However, the prison is now owned by a hotel. In addition to the prison, the island is also home to a tortoise sanctuary.

The sanctuary contains a large colony of giant tortoises that were imported from Seychelles in the late 19th century. During your visit to the sanctuary, you will learn about efforts to protect the tortoises. These creatures have an average weight of 200 kg and many of them are over 150 years old.

You’ll have the opportunity to touch them and take photos. Moreover, the island is home to a stunning colony of peacocks. For the remainder of the trip, you can choose to either snorkel around the coral that fringes Prison Island and enjoy the marine life or simply relax under the warm sun until we return to Stone Town.

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50 USD per person

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  • Pick up from the Stone Town area
  • Boat from Stone Town
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  • Professional local guide
  • Drinking water and snacks

If you’re coming from outside Stone Town and need a transfer, it’ll cost you 70 USD per car. Each car can fit up to four passengers and includes a round trip.

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Remember to bring your swimsuit, sunscreen, towel, and underwater camera.

It’s very easy to combine the Prison Island tour with the Stone Town tour. It’s a wise decision especially if you come from further away on the island. You can stay for sunset drinks too.

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A trip to the prison on Easter Island: ‘It’s paradise’

I n town, the Rapa Nui people say that it’s a nursery school, made for adults. A hotel. A pleasant place to stay. Anything, except a prison. The instructions to access the penitentiary on Easter Island offer some clues as to what the locals are referring to. “Follow the palm tree path. When you get to the soccer field, turn left.”

On one of the most isolated pieces of inhabited land on the planet, there are a handful of prisoners serving time. There are no guard booths; there are no uniformed officers carrying weapons. Nor is there a clearly-defined perimeter (the Pacific Ocean fulfills that function). Instead, there’s a crafts workshop, where prisoners have access to chainsaws and chisels, so that they can sculpt wooden moai figures .

Once sanded and varnished, the statues are neatly displayed in a storefront. Tourists come by on most days of the week to window-shop or buy souvenirs. The inmates attend to the clientele and offer them discounts. With part of their earnings, they order a good fresh tuna, or ribs for the grill.

Ana Miraji, 40, is one of the 12 people deprived of their liberty. A year ago, there were six, but the increase in drug-trafficking has altered the prison population. On the island, you no longer only see cannabis: nowadays, ecstasy and cocaine are also circulating. Miraji was arrested for selling the latter.

The Easter Island court ordered the police to arrest her, but she ended up being caught 2,200 miles away from the island, in the Chilean region of Valparaíso. This meant that she was sent to the port city’s jail, where she served the first year-and-a-half of her five-year sentence. “It’s hell there,” she laments. When EL PAÍS asks her what the main differences between the two correctional centers are, she replies: “[On the mainland], you can’t have a refrigerator, perfumes. You can hardly make any money. They don’t let you come and go or eat what you want,” she explains. “Here, it’s paradise,” she adds.

With the money Miraji earns from her plaster sculptures (she’s been an artisan since she was 17 years old) she buys whatever she wants to eat, such as ribs or shrimp. With the daily call that she’s allowed, she contacts a taxi driver friend, who picks up her groceries and brings them to her when deliveries are allowed: Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tuesdays and Thursdays, meanwhile, are family visiting days, when tourists aren’t received (about 250 come each month).

Another big difference between the Easter Island prison and those on the Chilean mainland is how the inmates treat each other. In Valparaíso, Miraji recalls how, when she was locked up, friendship didn’t exist. She had to fight, hit and get hit to earn respect. Now, she explains — while looking towards the interior patio — the atmosphere is calm and good treatment reigns. And they all know each other. On an island of about 6,000 inhabitants, they’ve all grown up together.

Do you have any family here? “Everyone is my family,” she laughs. “He’s my cousin, that’s another cousin, there’s a guy over there…” the woman notes, as she points out different inmates who are circulating.

Chile’s Gendarmerie — the national prison service — assumed control of the 10,000-square-foot penitentiary in 2005. Previously, the Carabineros (national law enforcement officers) were responsible. During that period, the prisoners could enter and leave the grounds without major problems, which cemented a series of myths that the Rapa Nui people have, over time, managed to discard. Many thought that the prisoners were going out to the sea to fish, or that they had access to cellphones.

Officer Ariel Morales took over a year ago as director of the Rapa Nui penitentiary unit. There are 23 officials at the facility in total, four of them being from the Rapa Nui tribe. Morales came to the island from the prison in Valparaíso. And, prior to that, he worked in Colina 1, a large jail in the capital of Santiago. The change in his work environment has been “drastic.”

“Here, everything follows the cultural norms — that’s where everything starts,” he explains.

In addition to the importance of fish in the local diet, Officer Morales highlights that the Rapa Nui have “the notion of freedom very deeply rooted” in their culture. “When you realize that space is limited on the island (it has an area of 60 square miles), you’d think that people would feel confined. But not them. As a result, the idea of restricting movement obviously shocks them much more than other people,” he points out.

He also feels that there’s a lack of criminality on the island, that those who are incarcerated don’t fit the same profile as inmates from the mainland. “Here, we deal with soft power a lot. To be able to contain them, we frequently talk to them [and] we respond to their requests,” he describes.

The subject of the restriction of freedom on Easter Island goes beyond the prison walls. The president of the Council of Elders for the Rapa Nui, Carlos Edmunds, recalls the time at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th when the Indigenous territory fell under Chilean sovereignty (1888) and was given as a concession to the British company Williamson & Balfour, known as the Easter Island Exploitation Company. The firm transformed Rapa Nui into a sheep ranch, “forcing the population to live only in the Hanga Roa [district],” as acknowledged in the historical Truth and New Deal Commission, implemented in 2003 by the socialist administration of President Ricardo Lagos . Following the end of the concession, Edmunds says, the Rapa Nui were locked up on the island, until Chile gave them citizenship in 1966. “We were prisoners, we couldn’t leave,” he remembers, until civil administration finally arrived, with judges, police officers and a governor.

The prison, which was built in 1920, is far from being luxurious. Still, it has its amenities. The rooms are designed for two or three inmates. Each one has a flat-screen TV with cable, a newly remodeled private bathroom, as well as kitchen utensils, such as a kettle or pots. On one side of the communal patio, there’s a garden with tomatoes, chives, sweet potatoes and other vegetables.

It’s noon when EL PAÍS visits. Catholic mass has just been held under the open sky, just like on every first Friday of the month. Saturday is the Evangelicals’ turn. Those deprived of their liberty — 10 men and two women — chat in small groups, next to the grill and the foosball table.

The crowing of a rooster disrupts the serenity that inhabits the prison. The guard asks how the egg hatching is going. The inmates recently set up a chicken coop, which they proudly display on the other side of the building. Their facility is located at the edge of the land, protected by a low fence running between different species of trees, with bright green hills in the background. The horizon is beautiful, but you can’t see the sea. And that, to the islanders, weighs on them.

Construction worker Eduardo Hermosilla, 37, always ended his workday by swimming in the deep waters of the Pacific. He’s currently serving an 11-month sentence for domestic violence — he attacked his brother-in-law — and has two more months to go before being released. He’s a sweet and resilient man. He says that, no matter how nice everything looks, “it’s not a suitable place for anyone.”

“Living with schedules that aren’t yours, spending the holidays locked up… I have six children. And that’s six Christmases you miss, six birthdays. It’s hard. I would be lying if I said I was happy, comfortable,” he sighs, his voice breaking. In any case, he appreciates what he has learned, as well as the camaraderie.

Before joining the workshop, Hermosilla had never done crafts. Today, he teaches others how to make works of art out of wood. Whatever he earns from selling to tourists, he sends to his family.

Some prisoners have escaped, but they return after two hours. Six months ago, surveillance cameras were installed. But even without them, police officers could quickly find the fugitives. And it’s not simply that there’s nowhere to escape to: if they managed to flee the island completely and reach the mainland, they know that they could end up somewhere else. Somewhere much worse: in a real prison.

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Ana Miraji, an incarcerated woman, with one of the pieces that she produced in the crafts workshop at the prison on Easter Island.

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A monarchy reform activist in Thailand dies in detention after a monthslong hunger strike

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Thai activists hold a portrait of Netiporn Sanesangkhom, a member of the activist group Thaluwang, known for their bold and aggressive campaigns demanding reform of the monarchy and abolition of the law that makes it illegal to defame members of the royal family outside of Criminal court in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, May 14, 2024. Netiporn who went on a hunger strike after being jailed for her involvement in protests calling for reform of the country's monarchy system died Tuesday in a prison hospital, officials said. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

BANGKOK – A young activist in Thailand who went on a hunger strike after being jailed for advocating reform of the country’s monarchy system died Tuesday in a prison hospital, officials said. The death sparked fresh calls for reviewing the judicial process that allows political offenders accused of nonviolent offenses to be held for extended periods in prison ahead of being tried.

Netiporn “Bung” Sanesangkhom, 28, was a member of the activist group Thaluwang, known for their bold and aggressive campaigns demanding reform of the monarchy and abolition of the law that makes it illegal to defame members of the royal family. The group’s name can be loosely translated as “breaking through the palace,” a reference to its open criticism of Thailand’s monarchy.

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She appears to be the first political activist in Thailand to have died after carrying on a partial hunger strike for 110 days while she was awaiting trial.

The Thailand branch of the human rights group Amnesty International described Netiporn’s death as “a shocking reminder that Thai authorities are denying activists their right to temporary release on bail and using detention to silence the peaceful expression of dissent.”

“This is a grim day for Thai society, highlighting the severe judicial harassment and the justice system’s failure to recognize basic human rights,” the group said. “Speaking out should not lead to death; it should inspire change."

The popular opposition Move Forward party, which has also campaigned for reform of the monarchy, issued a statement saying that people should not be jailed for holding political opinions and that persons accused of political offenses should be granted bail.

Foreign diplomats and ambassadors from the U.S., U.K., Canada, the EU and elsewhere offered their condolences after Netiporn's death. German Ambassador Ernest Reichel wrote on social platform X: “My wish would be that political disagreements are not taken to such bitter and extreme consequences."

Thailand’s monarchy until recent years was widely considered an untouchable, bedrock element of Thai nationalism. Criticism of the monarchy was taboo, and insulting or defaming key royal family members remains punishable by up to 15 years in prison under a lese majeste law, usually referred to as Article 112 of Thailand’s Criminal Code.

Student-led pro-democracy protests beginning in 2020 openly criticized the monarchy, leading to vigorous prosecutions under the law, which had previously been relatively rarely employed. Critics say the law is often wielded as a tool to quash political dissent.

The protest movement faded due to government harassment and the coronavirus pandemic, but Netiporn was one of more than 270 activists charged with the royal defamation law since the protests in 2020-21.

Netiporn suffered cardiac arrest early Tuesday morning, and medical teams spent several hours trying to resuscitate her. She was pronounced dead just before noon, according to a statement from the Corrections Department.

She had two charges of lese majeste pending against her, both of them involving conducting polls in public spaces in 2022 asking people’s opinion about the royal family, according to the group Thai Lawyers for Human Rights. Her release on bail was revoked in January due to her participation in a political rally last year.

Netiporn started her hunger strike after she was detained in January. The Corrections Department said she began eating and drinking water again after April 4. However, the human rights lawyer group’s latest update on her condition on April 25 said she was still fasting.

Two fellow jailed activists are also carrying out hunger strikes. Both are Thaluwang members who were also charged with lese majeste for agitating for reform of the monarchy, and they started their hunger strikes about a month after Netiporn.

Netiporn’s lawyers had applied for her to be transferred from the Central Corrections Hospital to Thammasat University Hospital but she was never granted a prolonged stay there for treatment, said her lawyer, Kritsadang Nutcharas. The authorities said they would establish the legal cause of death.

“Does it seem like there’s standard treatment in the Thai justice system when we compare what these kids are going through with their political charges and what some prominent adults have gone through?” Kritsadang said. He was making an apparent reference to former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who returned from exile last year to serve a prison term in corruption-related cases but never spent a single night in jail on grounds of ill health.

At a candlelight vigil Tuesday night outside Bangkok’s Criminal Court, another activist facing lese majeste charges, Panusaya “Rung” Sitthijirawattanakul, decried the failure of Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s government to ease the plight of political prisoners.

“Do you need someone to die first before you think of doing something?” she said. “How many of us have to die before you start listening to us? We are not people to be scared of. We’re just ordinary people who are asking for something. So this is very brutal.”

Thaluwang has held high-profile protests calling not only for reform of the monarchy, but also changes in the justice system and an end to political persecution through the courts. It has also called for rejection of Thailand’s application to join the U.N. Human Rights Council.

Thailand announced its bid for a seat on the rights council for the 2025-2027 term after the current government took office last year, seeking to show its commitment to protect human rights. Critics charge that the reality of law enforcement in the country strongly contradicts its ambition to be recognized by the international community as a human rights defender.

Human Rights Watch has raised concerns over “the Thai government’s use of arbitrary arrest and pretrial detention to punish critics of the monarchy for their views,” which it says is a violation of their rights under international human rights law.

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  21. Prison Island Tour 2024

    Take a break from bustling Stone Town on this half-day tour to Changuu Island, also known as Prison Island, with two-way boat transfer included. Learn more about the island's history as you explore its old prison buildings, meet giant tortoises at the island sanctuary, and get a glimpse beneath the calm waters with plenty of time for swimming and snorkeling around the island's coral reefs.

  22. 2024 Spice Tour + Stone Town Tour + Prison Island

    Discover and book Spice Tour + Stone Town Tour + Prison Island on Tripadvisor. Help. If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we'd be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 193132P28. +1 855 275 5071.

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  24. A monarchy reform activist in Thailand dies in detention after a

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  25. Urban Beach Tours & Safaris Limited

    Urban Beach Tours & Safari is a local tour company led by experienced staff. A leading tour operator which has been helping the best of Zanzibar Island for over 20 years. we offer you the best quality and most budget tour. Urban Beach Tours & Safaris is a company that is well-registered and licensed by the Zanzibar Commission of Tourism as a ...