The tour was a lot of fun but it was a bit tricky to steer the ATVs. We went on a training course first and it was quite tricky with tight turns and a lot of rocks. The actual tour was down more of a dirt path and easier to steer when we were able to move into third and fourth gear. The path took us to a little stream where we had bottle water. It was raining by this time so we mostly wanted to get back and get dry. The guides helped us be safe but were not overly the top friendly or attentive to us having fun as many other tour guides were in other tours. The lunch after was a nice touch after we were able to dry off.
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