This was a great way to spend a morning. There were 3 generations in our party and all equally enjoyed it. We got the first train at 10am and were finished at just after 11.30am - just long enough for the little ones. We all found the process of how the salt is extracted from the water very interesting, we had a good guide in English to read on the way round and the stop about 2/3 of the way through to see the 'museum' breaks the train journey in just the right place. The only caution I would give is beware of the mosquitoes in the wooded area when you are queuing at the ticket office/waiting for the train. Spray before you go!!
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