You reach this much hyped attraction via a 12 kilometre extremely undulating mostly gravel road that slows vehicles to 35 kilometres an hour. Towards the end there are a couple of river crossings with one having boards to guide vehicles.
You order food from one of about 12 food stalls that they cook. Small prawns were P100 for a plate's worth, calamari mire expensive at P200 while rice was P35. This is then delivered 300 metres to the seating area:: ours had an umbrella with ex rubber tyres for comfy seating at P30 entrance. The calamari took an hour to arrive and was a bit rubbery but the small prawns were delicious. Larking is adjacent to the food stalls but you can drop off your visitors close to the river.
The fish are fed at 1200 and by request at your own cost at 1500 daily. Great photos are easy.
The river is stunningly clear and about ten metres deep, with clear blue visible to the bottom. I saw four medium to large fish species along with smaller black fish. They were all docile and stayed near the surface. There are slippery steps down to the water. It is cool but not super cold, while with a snorkel one has great visibility. Lifejackets are rented fir P15 per hour.
The toilets are wet underfoot and had tiny seats.
Overall a great natural wonder, living up to the .publicity.
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