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Tad Fane

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Tad Fane

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Route E16, Paksong Laos
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Itsmorning wrote a review Aug 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom473 contributions178 helpful votes
If you only have time for one waterfall then go to Tad Tuang a few kilometers away. The only thing to see here is two plumes of water across a small gorge.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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SpiceGirl03 wrote a review Aug 2020
Vientiane, Laos52 contributions16 helpful votes
The water fall is small, you can only see it from a distance. There’s a resort and a cafe/restaurant but it doesn’t look very inviting Only useful if you enjoy ziplining
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tony Le wrote a review Mar 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam667 contributions2 helpful votes
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Tad Fane Waterfall - This is the "masterpiece" of nature. The majestic double waterfall Tad Fane with a height of about 140m day and night falls into the valley below. - Both cascades fall down on the rock edge below dim day in and day out, eroding and "sculpting" the rocks with strange shapes. - We visited the waterfall in the dry season so the amount of water is not strong enough to impress, many people recommend coming in the rainy season to feel the power and majesty of this pair of Tad Fane falls (however you have to understand with the disadvantages of the rainy season such as: dirty, slippery, wet roads, insects, mosquitoes and a high probability of dense fog covering the view). - Zipline service: $37/person & forest trekking tour.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jlaycock wrote a review Mar 2020
Brussels, Belgium2 contributions
Fantastic place, awful corruption! We had to pay 12 dollars to the police to park ou car, directly into the cops pocket...
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Steve_Brussels wrote a review Mar 2020
Brussels, Belgium27 contributions29 helpful votes
Beautiful but beware.... On Sunday 8th March 2020 we had to pay the corrupted tourist police twelve dollars. The crooked policemen were clearly trying to extort money from our driver. They would not let him go and would not explain the problem pretending they could not speak English. We asked for a receipt but they did not give one. Our driver was upset and very grateful that we stuck together. Hope the two crooked police lose their jobs and go to jail. Disappointing.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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