Than Sadet Waterfall National Park

Than Sadet Waterfall National Park

Than Sadet Waterfall National Park
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ryanmcintyre265
Ayrshire, UK108 contributions
Nov 2019
We rented a scooter and toured the island in our own time as we have bad experiences of tours.

We parked near to the waterfall, at an old blind guys house, who sells drinks from a kiosk... anyway if you head out early enough you should get this beautiful spot to yourselves. Grab a beer or two, dip in to the water. Bliss.
Written February 22, 2020
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kesllerjenifer
Melbourne, Australia5 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
The waterfall is located north Khao ra view point about 620 m up. Bring swimming gear, enough drinking water and the usual sun protective gear. We were advised food cannot be taken into the park, therefore fill your stomachs beforehand either. The walk from to the fall is approximately 1and half K. meters through nice lush jungle, following the stream of clear water. You do not have to be fit to master the walk, however, people requiring walking aids will not be able to make it unless they are absolutely determined. The path is not paved, it is a natural hiking trail covered with smaller rocks, some steps to climb and tree roots running across. The fall itself is about 30m high and ends in a nice pool for swimming which then flows out as a small creek. Especially after rainfall the current in the creek can be strong, but ropes have been fixed across the creek to hold on to. When we were there the rainy season had just finished and the water was abundant, crystal clear and refreshing. Definitely worth a visit. Plan 3-4 hours a relaxing time out at the water fall.
Written July 15, 2018
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אלעד עדן
Tel Aviv, Israel65 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
We have been there on the days after the full moon party, the place was packed with people... three days later and you can have it all for yourself.
Written January 25, 2017
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juergen p
Thailand2,184 contributions
Mar 2022
going down to Sadet beach you have to pay 100 Baht to enter by car and person - than the waterfall kind of walking distance - very small and beautiful, but nothing overwhelming
Written March 26, 2022
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Eleni
Greece65 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
I went today to this place , completely waste of time ! I paid 100 baht at the entrance to see the park that wasn’t actually existed . The beach was not clean so many garbage. I asked many people there WHERE IS THE PARK ? They were telling us go there go from here bla bla bla, never found the park !!!! Haha haha the waterfall ?????????? Water running from the stones , that’s not a waterfall! Completely waste of time , I wish I knew really but ok , I hope this review save the time of the people that will come to ko phangan and thinking of coming at this place , DONT waste your time and your money here !
Written December 15, 2019
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julz80
Camberley, UK21 contributions
Jan 2017 • Friends
The waterfall was a tough climb, but well worth it. We went in January and had glorious weather just after very very heavy rain so the pools were deep and the water flowing. Our choice of footwear for the day was possibly foolish but we did manage in flip flops with some tretcherous clambers over rocks, there are also parts with steps which definitely helped! Views were amazingly beautiful and this was a highlight of our trip...

To reward ourselves we had our meal after at 'the kitchen' a restaurant at the entrance where we received appalling service, lacklustre food with tiny portions (much smaller than indicated in the pictures on the menu especially for the tortillas) so swerve that as its really not worth it!
Written January 22, 2017
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teesh00
Perth, Australia134 contributions
Jan 2017 • Friends
The first time I visited this waterfall it was July and there wasnt really anything there. This time I visited it in January and WOW it is spectacular!!

When you enter the park you follow the dirt path and you will see and waterfall on your righy. Keep following the path and you will start to see the next waterfall. We climbed all the way up to the top and were rewarded with a stunning view of Koh phangan. The water itself was so clear and there were pools you could sit in a cool off. With out a doubt its one of the best things you can do on the island!
Written January 7, 2017
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Gregoire D
Toulouse-le-Chateau, France4 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
Never seen any waterfall here. We went a few times the day after a big rainfall but it was always dry. Very dissapointed.
Written August 2, 2015
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Andy S
107 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
20 baht to park your scooter then 100 baht per adult to enter the park despute reports of it being free entry.
Theres a nature trail that visits 4 waterfalls but theres not much water at this time so dont expect spectacular views. Look for the big blue plastic water hose running up the side of the stream to see how much water could be coming down!
The walkways start gently sloping then some steps then some rope strung between trees to hang onto while you scramble up muddy slopes or roots from trees or up rocky sections. Very steep in places and flip flops definitely NOT recommended.
Halfway up you can divert up to the view point which is good although west facing so very hazy in the afternoon. Expect to shed gallons going up here but there is someone selling water at 20 baht per litre at the top!
Recommend cutting back to the second waterfall rather than heading right for the top as those coming down said theres not much water to see.
Also the viewing areas at each fall get taken over by those in swimming gear and who think they have the right to take residence and so no one can really see the falls anyway.
Written December 31, 2019
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kevr5
105 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
Visited this park after reading reviews on it. Impossible to avoid the parking charge unless you park miles away up the road and walk down. 20 baht for a bike and 50 baht for a car. Not a lot but if the money goes towards the upkeep that’s absolutely fine.

Free entry to walk in, took the high climb up to the view point which was breathtaking once up the top, wear trainers for this and take plenty of water!

We came back down which is harder than the climb due to huge natural steps of the trail and roots. Went along to the waterfalls which must have been dried up as we couldn’t work out where in earth you’re supposed to take a dip. Decided to head back and agreed it was worth it for the view point only!
Written July 5, 2018
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