They moved our time up on us, which wasn't ideal at first but since our Jetski excursion was cancelled due to low tide and high chop, it worked out anyway.
We gathered past the dock at on the far end of Cocokay and after a short boat ride we arrived at the dock in a simple island in development where we could see some pigs frolicking on the beach. We sat at a comfortable picnic deck and our guide gave us a clear safety briefing and showed us what can happen if you're careless via the pinky finger he had lost. We we're told we couldn't take pictures on the beach but they would later bring the pigs up to take pictures with us.
On the beach we were given wooden skewers and bits of apples and were soon standing among about 20 pigs of various ages. Our task was to lure the pigs to the water and make them swim to bite the apple off the skewer, as apparently they love the apples and need the exercise. The larger pigs get jealous of the little ones and will try to snatch them, and the little ones are reluctant to get into the water, so we had to try hard to spread the love around evenly.
Unsurprisingly, the pigs didn't hesitate to make a mess of the beach, but I give kudos to the staff who were fast to clean it up. I expected that aspect to be far worse than it was.
We stayed on the beach maybe a half hour, feeding pigs until we got tired of doing so and having pictures taken by their on site photog. Someone could probably take fair photos of the beach from the deck if they had a good optical zoom if they wanted. I was disappointed in the end when we got back to the deck and there was no meeting with the pigs as previously promised. One of us should have spoke up, but nobody did.
Regardless, we had fun and my pig-loving wife was very happy. 4/5 Stars. Do suggest. Any questions feel free to ask.