This is a string of waterfalls located along a stream. Make sure you visit at least the lower three. The lower two are easily accessible. Bring in hiking shoes for the next two. Busy place.
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We booked a roundtrip from River Kwai Jungle Rafts Resort. It took an hour to get there and we've been surprised by this spectacular waterfall and jungle paths. The Erawan Falls are a collection of water falls and their pools. You can have a picnic...More
Very busy at the time I went! Many people swimming at each of the levels. Beautiful pale blue water. The higher you go the more challenging the trek is!
I have seen many waterfalls in my travels - this one is one of the best. I commend the Thai National Parks for finding a good balance between juggling the masses of tourists who want to visit with keeping it clean and not over concreting...More
The waterfalls are a big part of the experience in Erawan national park. Not big, but beautiful. Take time to hike to all the falls, if the water levels allow. Fantastic place to spend a day. I am coming back for sure
I visited the waterfalls as part of a tour and I really enjoyed myself. First I hiked up to the top waterfall, which was quite the journey. The 3rd pool is the best for swimming and fish spa, but after the 4th the path gets...More
There are 7 levels of waterfall and we attempted only up to the 4th as kids are tired. Great place to visit not only for the scenery but it is a place to relax both mind and body. Bring swimsuit along as you can enjoy...More
Definitely a hike to get to waterfall #7 but it's entirely worth it, so don't miss out. Aim to get there early so you are not inundated with the big bus tour tourists.
I booked this as part of a group tour and was completely unprepared for the climb to the top. I had flip flops on which I managed to get to level 4 in, after this it gets to rocks to climb over rather than a...More