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All reviews fish your feet day trip the bus dead skin flip flops car park rainy season dry season early in the morning beautiful place be careful water bottles different levels entrance fee avoid the crowds beautiful waterfall
Get prepared for some rewarding experience if you decide to go past level4
Until level 3 everything is easy. Then is level 4 where things get a but hard he. You then think what the heck I am here now it’s only another 3 levels....More
This lazy meandering walk to level one of Erewan Falls turns into an epic adventure when you decide to go right to the top. It's challenging but an amazing feeling of conquering the jungle kicks in you reach the top
Don’t get wrong the waterfalls are stunning but I did feel I was being conned a little bit with the big water pipe that lies along the waterfalls pumping the water to the top and as for the monkeys didn’t see one !and we climbed...More
You must go here if your visiting kanchanaburi.little buisy but not to bad.you must be a bit fit if you want to go up to the 7th tear of the falls as it’s a bit of a uphill walk bet well worth the effort.you can...More
We really weren’t happy to be charged full amount to visit the falls when all we could do was look at the muddy water. Travelled an hour paid for a taxi to spend an hour maximum to turn around and walk away. The highlight was...More
We were lucky enough to go at a very quiet time, not a lot of tourists, the waterfalls were beautiful and blue - very impressive and a lovely temperature to swim in. However one member who I went with had been before on a national...More
Went to the falls solo and had a driver to pick me up from my hotel in Kanchanaburi and drove me to the park.
The walk is well path with good signage and rather easy till level 4.
After that, there's no proper path and...More
The Erawan waterfalls were really high on our priority list and they turned out to be as good as our expectations were. If you visit the waterfalls you surely should climb up to the top of the hill (stage 7). I would highly recommend walking...More
A must visit place when in Kanchanaburi. To climb 7 levels require stamina. Recommended to bring hiking stick and hiking shoes. To cross level 6 & 7 your feet will be wet. Terrain is wet and slippery so must be careful. Fish and monkeys around....More
On our recent trip in Thailand, we visited Erawan Falls National Park located a few hours outside of Bangkok. We opted to do this on our own vs. going on a tour as the group tours can cost you upwards of $150 USD per person...More
We took private driver. He brought us to Waterfalls, climbed with us. At the time when we went to the water ge was holding our bags, cameras etc. I’ve got contact for him. If you want it let me know. The best option. And not... More
We took private driver. He brought us to Waterfalls, climbed with us. At the time when we went to the water ge was holding our bags, cameras etc. I’ve got contact for him. If you want it let me know. The best option. And not that expensive.
Ciao, noi ci siamo accordati con un tassista conosciuto a Bangkok che è rimasto con noi a Kanchanaburi per due giorni, il prezzo è basso ed avere a disposizione un tassista è la miglior cosa per spostarsi. Le cascate sono... More
Ciao, noi ci siamo accordati con un tassista conosciuto a Bangkok che è rimasto con noi a Kanchanaburi per due giorni, il prezzo è basso ed avere a disposizione un tassista è la miglior cosa per spostarsi. Le cascate sono bellissime ma anche Kanchanaburi come regione è stupenda