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Nice waterfall (but not much water), good walk in forest, possibility to see monkeys. You can feed... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2018
Michal H
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Really nice jungle hike, but heartbreaking elephant trekking

We really enjoyed this jungle walk! It’s a little challenging (try to wear something other than... read more

Reviewed 17 March 2018
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Mu Ko Lanta National Park, Ko Lanta 81150, Thailand
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The walk to the waterfall is not for the elderly or anyone with any ailment, as it is rather tough and you walk through water quite a lot, so make sure you wear the right shoes. I recommend taking a guide, as they spot a...More

Thank Lee-anne G
Reviewed 25 May 2018

I wouldn't recommend anyone come here. I came here as part of a private tour with family, and we were supposed to have a guide take us to the waterfall and bat cave. We were told the hike would be fine for elderly people, although...More

Thank WorldTraveler560
Reviewed 22 April 2018

We have water shoes on and could walk some distances in the water, instead of the path next to the side. The main attraction were the lizards running from rock to rock and the sudden loud insect orchestra. The waterfall were very small since it...More

4  Thank Grietdup
Reviewed 16 April 2018

we went during dry season and enjoyed the walk (around 45min each way). You can easily go over the waterfall around one of the sides for a nice view

Thank alvarobalbi
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

You basically walk 40 mins straight trough the jungle which can get kinda exhausting if you're not a sportive person.Take some water with you! The view of the waterfall itself isn't mind blowing but still a nice little place in the middle of the forest....More

Thank Rafa S
Reviewed 8 April 2018

After you park your bike and walk a bit down, you'll encounter an elephant on a short chain, next to piles of garbage. It does not have space to move. I went twice - the first for the hike, the second to take pictures of...More

5  Thank nikkibewb
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

Nice waterfall (but not much water), good walk in forest, possibility to see monkeys. You can feed elephant for 100baht in the start.

Thank Michal H
Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile

This is our first visit to Thailand as a group of friends and a couple of us found this trek so good we went twice! As with Koh Lanta I'm general there is nothing pretentious about this attraction. When you get to 'basecamp'- a couple...More

Thank JBG_Enfield
Reviewed 17 March 2018

We really enjoyed this jungle walk! It’s a little challenging (try to wear something other than flip flops), and we loved seeing wild monkeys in the trees and plenty of butterflies. Most of the walk (30 minutes each way) is along a stream, and there...More

2  Thank ButterflyB
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

We just pulled off on the off chance to have a look. It was a 30 minute trek to see the smallest waterfall I’ve ever seen. I was wearing flip flops which was fine but wished I’d worn better shoes. We got there laughed and...More

1  Thank Vanessa P
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Response from María A | Reviewed this property |
You could of course go with 2 scooters or rent a tuc tuc or taxi (the cost will depend on the distance to the waterfall).