If you expect lots of fun ATV riding, you might be in for a bitter disappointment. The ATV's are of low quality, and you have to ride slowly behind the guide and other participants. We only had 2 rides which were about 15-20 minutes each. Rest of the tour was spent on a waterfall pond where the weird guide was swimming (he was friendly, but repeatedly told people, also the girlfriends, how nobody can believe that he's single. I mean, if you live on a mountain, it's not that unbelievable), and in some kind of hut, eating papayas. After the second ride was over, we stayed in the owners house drinking juice while the guide was washing the ATV's. Finally, we got to the hotel 2 hours later than we were told, which forced us to change the other plans for the evening.
What I would've hoped was better instructions on how to prepare for the tour. There was no information on what to wear, what to bring, if I could safely use a camera etc. There is also no real toilet available before the ride, and no possibility to safely store your bags, should you bring some.
It's not a bad tour, but costing 3000 baht per person and being an ATV tour, I just expected more. It might be more suitable for older people, or people with kids.
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