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Anisakan Falls

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Anisakan Falls

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Andriy Tom wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom17 contributions
The Good: The Waterfall is very beautiful. The hike up and down was enjoyable. The Bad: Many local "Guides" hang around the entrance and kept pestering to let them guide us to the waterfall and was quite annoying and concerning. The surrounding area was littered with trash and quite dirty. Path very rocky (bad for the knees).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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David908 wrote a review Feb 2020
Atlanta, Georgia346 contributions114 helpful votes
If you view the falls from the top you will pay 1000 kyat to park your vehicle. You can view the falls from several overlooks, each separated by 25 to 50 steps. To view the falls from the bottom you take a different road and hike down the mountain for about 45 minutes. There is a temple, in several water pools, at the bottom of the falls. It is exciting for the children as the mist flows over them. Well worth the hike if your children are energetic
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Date of experience: February 2020
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britch13 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom30 contributions21 helpful votes
Beautiful falls, easy to get to via scooter, we climbed down which took around half an hour, but if you want to, money is well spent getting a scooter back up.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Sergio Marchant wrote a review Dec 2019
Hanoi, Vietnam7 contributions1 helpful vote
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With my girlfriend we took a tuc tuc from the main road of the town to the beginning of the trekking path (the top) and The driver waited for us for 3-4 hours and drove us back to the hotel. 15.000 kyats When you start walking down local people, a boy and a girl around 20, start following you (very poor english, worst than mine). At some point they offer to guide you through the jungle to see 4 pools.. no price arranges just a tip. We accepted and it worth it, they helped us carring our stuff as is a little bit difficult because is slippery and they showed us hidden and beautiful spots that are impossible to find by your own. The were also helpfull taking pictures. We stopped 4 times 👌 The final stop is at the bottom where they ask you for the tip.. we gave them 10.000 kyats. (They were asking for 20.000 but we refuse) After you take some pictures at the bottom (impressive) the motorcycle drivers offers you a ride back to the top for 30.000 kyats per person. We finally pay 10.000 for both of us at the back of one motorcycle... If you want you can walk for an hour or so but you will be probably very exhausted with the trekking. There is a beautiful pagoda at the top. Good luck!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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winterhavenclx wrote a review Aug 2019
Garapan, Mariana Islands5 contributions1 helpful vote
Anisakan is cool, and if you go to the newly built (and rather outlandish) Chinese Resort called The View you can appreciate the scale of this massive waterfall. Its a nice hike down into (and vigorous hike back up) the valley that leads to the bottom of the falls. The water is brown and not very inviting. DO NOT LET A "LOCAL" GUIDE TAKE YOU ON A TOUR!!!! They arent locals and they dont tell you what they want up front. Its the only scam I encountered in Myanmar. At the end they will shake you down for $20 (USD!). I liked Dee Dote a lot more for just relaxing in turquoise water-- and its a day trip out of Mandalay via car, which you can book at your hotel. People that "run" the swimming area at Dee Dote were very cool. Rent a tube for $1 USD, get a beer for $1 USD and you are set to go. Car drivers will wait for you while you hike and swim. Just make sure you hike to the absolute top of Dee Dote.. that's where the good stuff is.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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