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All reviews blow hole high tide coconut husks per person south coast parking fee white line blue sky bumpy track drove down natural wonder well worth the trip access road be careful pay tala rental car air
Well worth a visit, but stay well back from wet areas etc.
What did put a bit of a dampener on this one, was some quite serious confusion about costs and where we we could and couldn’t go. As we were driving in, we were...More
The sea was really high the day we went, which ruled out going near the blowholes or doing the coconut trick. But the spectacular height and power of the water, both in the blowholes and against the shore, was good compensation. Well worth seeing.
Quite a fair way to get to, we also unknowingly went at low tide which meant the blow holes were calmer than at thought tide, however could still see the attraction.
Clean toilets but nothing really to do other than to sit and watch. If...More
The blow holes are amazing but recommend if you hire a car that you will need a four-wheel-drive to go down this bumpy road and view the wonderful site it’s not somewhere you’ll stay for ages but probably about half an hour and you’ll see...More
Just $5 tala each to get in, park down the road by the viewing platform to avoid being charged twice if you want. A regular car can handle it no worries if you take your time.
We were there about an hour after high tide...More
The blowholes are powerful! Much more so than anywhere else I've seen. Don't get surprised when you get charged twice while driving in, once for entry, once for parking - doesn't really make sense but its not too costly. Do exercise caution when getting near...More
Great natural wonder.
Be sure not to park the car at the entry where you pay. Drive right till the end to avoid walking a km.
Great place to hang out and watch this natural wonder. You can throw a coconut in the blowhole and...More