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The land split is an interesting place. They provide you with lovely juice, and a variety of things that are grown there to have a sample tray. I would go back, the nicest people and a interesting place in nature.
Dont go out of your way but if you’re renting a motorbike might as well do the beautiful drive up to the land spilt. The local family has fresh organic fruits and juice. They are so nice! The split is cool to look at too!...More
The drive on the way to the split is beautiful and we loved hanging out by the hammocks trying the organic fruit grown by the local families there. The split itself isn't that interesting but loved interacting with people.
Walked up and the owner shouted out Hello go walk and check it out, comeback get refreshments. The walk itself was not difficult and the split is actually very pretty, walking through banana grove and his farm which he had all his plants names posted....More
Very interesting and not usual experience to be able to walk in the earth split :) me and my partner really liked it. Owners of the farm are really nice and welcoming, they also give you snacks from their garden and freshly made juice. All...More
This is a geographical feature turned into a tourist attraction, but they've done it really well.
No charge at all, but they ask for donations for the food and drink at the end. Well worth it.
The land split itself is interesting, there's an easy...More
For about 30 dollars we rented a cab for a couple of hours and saw the split along with four other attractions local to Pai. The Split is a small canyon created when the ground opened up during the 2008 earthquake in Pai. When you...More
Visited here and found it all interesting, you have to walk past the farmer selling jams,drinks,chips all organically produced. You can try produce and give a donation and buy more at cost. You can walk around his crops then up to the land split. You...More