I went on an organised tour which I booked from a tourist agency on the high street for about 50,000 kip. This is the going rate unless you manage to get a group of people together and haggle a tuk tuk to take you there. It was in an air conditioned van and they leave you there to visit the site for about 2 hours. On arrival you will need to get a ticket from the booth on the left of the entrance and then you can go and visit the bear rescue centre which is located off to the right before reaching the waterfall. There are some nice little swimming lagoons before you reach the waterfall which you can swim in ( it was raining when I went so I never went in) and you carry on walking till you get to a wooden bridge in front of the waterfall. There are also some stairs at the end with a sign that says to the top of the waterfall. BEWARE...this is not to be taken lightly. It starts off as stairs and then ends up turning into a steep rock climb to get to the top. On a dry day this is probably much easier to do but it is still a fair climb to the top. There are some restaurants and shops at the entrance too.
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