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All reviews dry season tuk tuk rainy season stalls selling food dirt track water flow worth a visit lots of water few hours couple of hours day trip an adventure low season otres beach picnic hammocks locals
We rented scooters and took a trip here. It was taste of riding a scooter in South East Asia. Lots of fun. We followed the recommendation of a previous review and took the back roads to a fishing village. Some portions of the roads to...More
After a shaky ride through unpaved "roads", ok lets face it after a shaky rides through a assortment of different sized potholes, anything from decently small to cave sized you get to the venue.
You be charged entrance twice but it's just a few riel...More
After reading all the comments on the waterfall here, I confess I almost didnt make it, but luckily I did and actually enjoyed it.
We and my husband rented a motorbike and it took us around 45 minutes to get there from Otres beach. The...More
I visited here with a friend from Otres beach, it was over a 30 minute tuk tuk to get there, along some very muddy roads. I visited in the wet season so just be aware the the roads can be difficult during this time making...More
This is a fun trip on a bike. You can go the hard way up the West coast and see some beautiful locals only beaches (takes WAY longer and you have to do some off roading to eventually get to the waterfalls) or you can...More
First of all, this travelling must go through the forest mud/path, road riders should pay attention to drive carefully. There will be an entry fee before your destination and you will be able to see a variety of street stalls selling drinks and swimming equipment....More