Reservation was made via their website for the Sunset tour and we received confirmation within 24 hours. No need for deposit. We were picked up from our hotel at the appointed time (4:30pm) and they took us at their head office which was about 5-10 minutes away.
Since there were 6 of us, we initially reserved for 3 Quads thinking that we could share. However, after a short test ride, the owner decided that we needed one guide for each person. 3 of us couldn't drive but still wanted to tour the countryside and be with our friends. We asked the owner if we could have a staff, instead, drive for those who couldn't. Even though he obviously thought it was funny (to pay to ride a quad but not drive it), the owner agreed and even gave us a good deal.
The guides were very considerate. They even stopped at a temple when one of my friends expressed interest. The path going to the rice fields were a bit bumpy but very interesting. We thought we were too late to see the sunset but we just arrived as the sun was setting. The scenery was very peaceful and we had a blast taking pictures. The guides were very much willing to take our pictures and even suggested different poses.
It was a bit dangerous going back to their office because the road going back was not that wide and did not have much light. One of the drivers was a bit fast and overtook some of the Quads but it was all in good fun. After the ride, we were given cold bottles of water and cold face towel before they took us back to the hotel at about 6:30pm.
I like the fact that it was a private tour with only our group, enough staff was provided to guide us (6 for 6), we took a different route from the other group, we were not hurried and they allowed us enough time to take in the scenery.
Some suggestions to make the experience better: have cold water bottles available during the tour (by the time we were at the rice fields, we were very thirsty but we couldn't find a store to buy drinks), provide a group souvenir photo and/or option for a helmet camera.
Even though the experience was a bit pricey ($30/person) I believe it was worth it.
Special mention to "Dan" (or was it "Den") who was one of the tour guide and the person who fetched us from the hotel - very friendly, always smiling, and nice guy. To the rest of the guides, a big thank you from the girls from the Philippines :)
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