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What we say:
The Night Shift does exactly what it says on the tin; it's a night walk. Again, it's a pretty easy walk as it's all on boardwalks. If you don't have a torch then your guide will provide one.
On the night we went, there wasn't much wildlife around as it had rained a couple of hours beforehand but we did see some insects, such as stick insects and spiders. You'll also hear frogs everywhere but you'll be lucky if you can spot one.
This is an awkwardly timed walk as it's slap bang in the middle of dinner but if you try to get back for 21:00 then it's possible to get back in time for last orders or if you're the really organised type, you can always eat before but don't blame us if you get hungry at midnight.
Trip departs at 19:00 (book before noon each day) and takes about two hours.
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