We booked this visit as part of a day tour with Good Times Travel, but if you went independently it would cost about 200baht per person
We arrived there about 9.00am and after being taken by the tour guide to the first couple of levels, we were then given a couple of hours to hike and explore the remaining levels ourselves. Takes about an hour and a half to get to the highest level, but is quite a hike, including steep steps and rocky ground. There were some people there just in flip flops and their swimwear, but I would recommend if you're planning to go to the top then good shoes are definitely required and lots of water to drink.
We went in June and so the water levels were not as high, meaning there was less than water at some of the higher levels, however it was still beautiful, water was crystal clear and we were able to dip in the pool at the 5th level, which was needed after all that hiking! Water was clean and refreshing, with many fish who liked a good nibble at your feet!
On the hike up, we got up close and personal with the monkeys that were roaming and swinging around. Great photo opportunities and fun to watch.
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