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Reviewed June 7, 2019

Worth the rough road to get there. There are good sign posts to the attraction from the main island road at the time of this writing. Tips from us about our visit here: 1) You have to pay twice: at the gate house and when you get to the end of the road to park. You can also pay for a coconut demo too, but it's not required (we didn't opt for one). 2) If you're concerned about your car, know we made it all the way down in a low-clearance car just fine. It’s slow going and you have to pay attention but it’s not necessary to have high clearance. And if in doubt ask at the first gate-house about current road conditions and if they think you’ll be okay. It is quite a ways to walk, but doable if you don't mind the heat. 3) While the road is narrow, there are a few pull-outs and there is ample parking at the end. 4) There is a toilet at the gatehouse but not at the blowholes. 5) If it's a rotten day and you're wondering if it is worth it to drive down I'd do it. We drove down in the pelting rain and it was quite windy. While that meant we didn’t get blue sky-shots, it meant we had the place to ourselves and with the high tide the spectacle was quite powerful. Plus, the rain does often pass quickly and we eventually got some good views without getting soaked.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank name s n
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Reviewed May 25, 2019 via mobile

Was totally amazed at the blow holes. I think you actually need to do it for yourself to truly appreciate them. Yes I'd read reviews and seen pictures but nothing had prepared me for what we experienced.
Yes the track is a bit rough driving in but if you go slow its ok. We paid at the gate then had to pay $5 tala to park but thats their source of income, they ate tourist attracrions and its a cheap price in comparison to other countries.
We paid $10 tala for the man to drop coconuts into the blow hole and that was well worth it to see them fire out.
Would highly recommend to anyone to make the effort to go here as i would definitely re visit again.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Belinda A
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Reviewed May 25, 2019

It is a nice view of the coast. You have to wait a little to see the blowholes in action. The noise its quite surprising!

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Merce G
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Reviewed May 7, 2019

From here the coastline is just beautiful like a postcard the blow holes will differ with the tides but worth seeing

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank Karen H
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Reviewed April 30, 2019

These are amazing to see & hear. Didn't expect the sounds. Would be awesome on a stormy day! Didn't see any coconut throwing into the blowholes but I'm told they do really fly!

Date of experience: April 2019
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