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We rented a 2 person kayak for 150,000 for about an hour. Way better than the boats. With a kayak you can get into more tributaries and once away from the rest of the boaters quite peaceful. It was quite surreal at some times, felt...More
We have hired a canoe from the local place when we reached end of the road. the cost was 200000 rupia. I would recommend this rather than guided tour if you can paddle and enjoy exploring on your own. You can't really get lost there....More
We visited this forest as a part of our excursion package. It is a beautiful nature creation, which is worth to see. At the same time it's probably not worth a visit on its own. The boat services could be better, the drive is very...More
The sights and sounds of the mangroves are delightful. The fish once out at sea come up to the boat and the snorkelling is a great experience. I would highly suggest a local tour boat. I hired a local captain to take myself and my...More
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I don't know the cost for a trip with a boatman. However I rented a kayak that fits two people + 2 paddles so we can paddle by ourselves. It costs IDR 100K for an hour from the warung nearby, the warung's name is Blaxy (a... More
I don't know the cost for a trip with a boatman. However I rented a kayak that fits two people + 2 paddles so we can paddle by ourselves. It costs IDR 100K for an hour from the warung nearby, the warung's name is Blaxy (a random pick lol). It's at your right if you come from the downtown. The kayak is made from fiber and quite a new one.
The good thing I found out about this warung Blaxy is the starting point from their place is located in the middle section of the mangrove forest, so you can choose to go right or left. Ask for a simple map and the guy will explain it to you. The map is not difficult anyway, it's just so you know which channel you want to explore. Hope it helps!