Soure is small town and easy to walk around.
Soure is small town and easy to walk around. Alternatively you can use a bike, or take a moto taxi to just about every destination. However, it looks as though the place has been abandoned by the department of tourism, whose office is closed most of the time. The leaflet they produce with cultural information is incomplete and unclear. Roads are in a terrible condition, driving a car can be an adventure since you have to dodge huge potholes all the time. Conservation is not at its best. For tourist information, you will have to rely on hotel owners and locals.
On the eating department, It seems the local diet is poor in vegetables, couldn't find greens anywhere while I was there. On the other hand, buffalo meat and cheese are delicious! The incredible variety of fish and crab is fantastic, so I definitely recommend it.
The main tourist attractions are two farms, and they charge astonishing prices to take you on a two-hour tour of their properties, and offer a modest snack at the end. The places are definitely worth a visit, nature is well preserved, but I don't see much point in riding a buffalo just for the sake of riding it.
All in all, visiting Soure is definitely worthwhile, specially because of its uniqueness in being the biggest fluvial island in the world, despite some of these little shortcomings.