8 reviews of Langkawi Mangrove Forest and Eagle Watching Tour
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Langkawi Mangrove Forest and Eagle Watching Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
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Reviewed by Muna A, September 2012
The trip was amazing!! Loved everything about it and our guide was highly informative and learned so many things about the forest and the animals that live there!
We loved seeing the monkeys swim and the Eagles soaring high above us!
The bat cave was very interesting as well and the mangrove tour which was so exciting, as well as the fish farm that had a variety of interesting fish and we got to feed a stingray!
Afterwards we went for a boat ride out in the ocean which was quite a pleasant surprise!
and we stopped at a sandy beach for a swim, so bring your swimwear because we didn't and we highly missed out on that part!
We ended the tour was an delicious lunch on a floating restaurant!
Highly recommend this tour, this is a MUST if you go to Langkawi! Don't miss it!!
Reviewed by Melissa R, Australia, September 2011
The knowledge base of our tour guide really made the tour as good as it was. We learnt more about the native flora and fauna than expected and were amazed at some of the scenery and wildlife around, especially the swimming monkeys which were a treat.
Reviewed by Paulene G, October 2010
Reviewed by Lana D, February 2009
Reviewed by Leila Said M, December 2012
The tour itself is very exciting and interesting. The kids enjoyed visting the bats cave and fish farm. I wished we had a better guide.
Reviewed by Benjamin H, August 2012
highly recommend this tour! you get to do and see so much in one day! fanstastic value. and is actually cheaper to book through viator before departing than paying upon arrival locally. pick up was on time, travel time from palangi beach (west coast near airport) was about 45mins. wait time at venue was about 20mins due to other travellers late arrival. boats are small 4-8 people, with bench seats and a canopy for shade. free water bottles were given when we disembarked on the tour. weather was average with some rain however this had no affect, still an excellent day regardless. you see monkeys that swim and dive from the trees, eagles flying and swooping down, snakes, lizards, crabs etc... we weren't expecting to visit the crocodile cave, that was a great surprise (no crocs just a name for the cave). mid morning we stopped at the floating fish farm where you can feed fish and giant stingrays by hand. bat cave is excellent, you walk through it with an informative guide and the tourches are provided (do not pay for them). high tide prevents access to some areas but this doesn't ruin the experience. afterwards we went out to the ocean (again not expected) to feed coral fish and swim (if you want to) finished the day with a seafood lunch on a floating restaurant. Book this tour! it is amazing!
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