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Spent about two hours here. It takes about 15 minutes to walk up to the cave and spent about half an hour swimming inside it. There is also a small beach near the boat jerry, but the picturesque cave is the main attraction. The water...More
We hired a motor bike and made our own way there. The boat cost 300000Rp I didn't try haggling....maybe I should have.... You have to pay an entrance fee 50,000 for foreigners (20,000 for locals). You could plan to spend longer there as the beaches...More
Got there around 10, waited a hour outside cos inside is too hot but very dark.
You have to wait the sun shine into the cave(which is in the afternoon)
But there’s a tricky point, it sometimes rains in the afternoon so better check the...More
We trusted some reviews about this tour guide called Devon and we couldn't be more appreciated! Such an amazing tour guide, very helpful and funny and if you're lucky he will show you some of his drum skills by the bar!
He was very friendly...More
Went late..by the time we got there it was almost 5:30 pm.. getting dark. Good news is I was the ONLY soul in the pond. Luckily my guide was there though he didn't go in.
Slippery going down especially in the dark...be careful!
We drove our bike from Puri Sari Hotel to Rangko Cave and it took us 30 minutes. Then we took a small private boat for 200k which dropped us to the island in 15-20 mins. I would have paid a little less if I had...More
The journey to the cave is over some rough ground,not difficult but it was slippery.
The cave is accessed down a ladder. Once down you need to be careful as the rocks are slippery. Most people were edging around the sides and holding onto the...More