We ventured here as part of our hill tribe trek. There are entrance fees to the park, and ours were included in the cost of our trek. I imagine they would not be very expensive though.
There is a rest room/change room to change into your bathers. The track to the falls is an easy walk, well signed and not difficult. The track winds along beside the little creek and is quite picturesque. There is a little scramble over some rocks to get tothe base of the falls and then the brave ones venture into the clear water at the base of the falls. It is cold, which you would expect of a running stream. But the water was low enough when we were here that you could have quite easily set up for the day with a picnic lunch. There were wuite a lot of other tourists here, so this is no private paradise, but it does offer some welcome relief from the heat and the big cities.
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