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Helen tAugust 15, 2017
Het water stond laag dus kajakken was vrijwel onmogelijk! Onze zoon van 7 moest in een aparte kajak, wel met een touwtje aan zn vader vast. Het zou door het lage water zo'n 4 uur duren ipv de vermelde... more »The water was low so kayaking was virtually impossible! Our son of 7 had to in a separate kayak, with a piece of string to zn father. It would be by the low water about 4 hours instead of the stated 2 hours on the website. Already after 1-2 kilometers is our whole group stopped because you constantly stuck. Even the sports fans have found it if not more fun. Expensive joke also for son of 19.50 pp 7 and Thailand's premier kayak but 1.5 km. Very unfriendly man with longer hair, snarled us off and found that you did not have to complain (after all, we had already paid so not interesting). We still wanted to buy bottled water in advance and choose for lunch. Before that we had to or the park of Telecoo (so pay an entrance fee) or at the top of the waterfalls just eat something. Fortunately we were able to get a pizza take away and away and get something to drink for the long trek. So ultimately but short distance travelled and kayaks on the side. Part of our group is to report to and the rest went back to pick up along the way. Not to do so. If water layer State: not going, waste of money!!! Once but never again. Son of 7 had to of me life jacket on but none of the points your organization on safety dmv life vest or helmet. Exit ticket for parking lot is to buy at the ticket office of Plopsa Coo: means you on a busy day in the long row of the park only allows for a parking ticket.
AnneHyloAugust 15, 2017
Eerst moet je naar de receptie in Coo en dan wordt je naar Spa gestuurd naar de manege. Men zegt 15 minuten rijden, dat is al niet te doen en voor ons een heel eind om. Bij de manege en het rijden is ... more »First you need to the reception in Coo and then you go to Spa sent to the riding school. It is said a 15-minute drive away, that is already not to do and for us a long way. At the riding school and the drive is totally no personal attention. You get assigned a horse where you are right in the bin on May. Than about 45 minutes (not the promised 2.5 hours) walking around. For me is not worthy of the name "bosrit". After the ride should you soon of the horse and that is right. Very routinely. You can do much better at the riding school and ask what a quiet moment.
Kim BAugust 10, 2017
Wij wilden graag kayakken (tocht van 9 km / 2 uur) en hadden daarom gebeld voor een dag later of er plek was voor een groep. Dit was er en er werd ons verteld dat het water wat laag stond maar we kond... more »We wanted to kayaking (tour of 9 km/2 hours) and had therefore called for a day later or there place was for a group. This was there and we were told that the water was low but we could certainly did kayaking. Arrived at the kayak turned out there is no possibility to go to the toilet or anywhere to get some water. Although we could get this friendly asked where we have/do, we were very unfriendly. In any case we away (in the village) can find a toilet and quickly get some drunk. Further the 7-year-old in a private kayak and got this only a life jacket when we asked. In addition, in came that us was partly shared that the Trek have 4 hours could last because of the low water level. Although they can do nothing to this water level, they had this with our telephone contact the day before, surely, can share! With what we are again gathered courage the kayaks stepped in. However, we have little kayaking and after an hour and struggling across the stone with some water around it, we stepped out and have the kayaks down somewhere. We are down and have told where the kayaks were. They were not even surprised, so will see this more often? Kayaks were otherwise very uncomfortable, rugsteuntje was unusable. Furthermore, we have read in the other reviews that we had to pay extra for the trip back to the starting point, this was not told us! Conclusion; pricey and unfriendly organization. Don't pay in advance (€ 19.50, cash only on site), but decide on site. Take water with you, make for a doll (only for sale) for your stuff. And go to the toilet before you park by car (€6). With a good water level is still acceptable, but takes account of unfriendliness and discomfort.
Peter Van EngelandtNovember 20, 2015
easy place to start kayak or rubber boat
Louise KomenJune 24, 2017-Pricey-Bad service/unprofessional staff. -Far too busy/very commercial-Uncomfortable and poor quality of the canoes. -At the end point was the Cafe not open, this was very unfortunate as you certainly did more than 2 hours of kayaking. -Very long should wait until you picked up at the bus, mess is it there Tip: go at low tide not kayaking, you is becoming stuck between the stones.
Kris bobbaersJune 6, 2017Very expensive, no sanitation. Department with the kayak is boring and shallow water. Have to buy yourself a bucket for 3 euros.
Leon HardijzerMay 29, 2017Everything well arranged. Nice trip down by about 2 hours, but expect the sail itself nothing spectacular.
Jeremy BormannJune 24, 2017A scandal do never book a paintball... between receiving 150 balls instead of 200 and the total lack of follow-up, you will feel bias... the jemenfoutisme of the keeper's scary to see... whether or not you like paintball, never go the unless you like getting ripped off...
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