Khlong Chak Waterfall

Khlong Chak Waterfall, Ko Lanta: Address, Phone Number, Khlong Chak Waterfall Reviews: 3.5/5

Khlong Chak Waterfall
3.5

3.5
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Johnny594
Falmouth, UK22 contributions
Feb 2020
If you like walking it's ok to visit for a couple of hours but there's not much of a waterfall in the dry season. The caves are worth a look with some MASSIVE spiders!
Written 26 February 2020
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HOOMAN
Tehran, Iran1,187 contributions
Mar 2019
Khlong Chak Waterfall is a small seasonal waterfall surrounded by tropical rainforest and it's located in the middle of the southern part of the Lanta Island. It's accessible via a 2-Kilometers moderate hiking path. Walking to the waterfall takes about 40 minutes and along the trail there's a small bat cave. Going to the waterfall is not difficult and you can get there by following the signs. As I observed in my journey (in dry season), when I arrived to the waterfall location, there were no real waterfall & waterfall's pond. The best time for visiting waterfall is during the wet season (May to November). Even though the waterfall isn’t interesting at dry season, but it's worthy of taking a short tropical jungle hike through the jungle canopy.At the starting point of the trail there's a tiny village which has a parking lot and you can park your car or motorbike there.
Written 18 February 2020
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Nicoleb
10 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Not worth the trip up. Jungle walk is about 30 minutes and not much water at all! Would not recommend to a friend
Written 11 February 2020
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Heneob
Gävle, Sweden29 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
The waterfall was great but not as great as predicted. The "jungle walk" was more of an experience than the actual waterfall. We went impulsively after seeing the waterfall sign by the road and therefore wasn't properly dressed. Our daily slippers were not preferrably for this kind of walk. If we would have been better prepared, then the jungle walk would have been an even better experience. The waterfall was not so big but very refreshing after the jungle walk.
Written 4 January 2020
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Tine
Copenhagen, Denmark14 contributions
Dec 2019
We were 2 adults and a child of 10 years. We had a good walk through the forest to the waterfall. Although the waterfall is small it is really nice. We enjoyed a refreshing shower and saw the most beautifull rainbow in the sunlight. Unfortunately we did not find the cave but we saw approx. 10 monkeys.
Written 30 December 2019
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oliviersasiphim
Bourges, France16 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
No comment , yu start the visite in dirty place and yu see some bengal cats in dirty place in the sun , this eco tourism , who give licence for that ? Very sad
Written 21 May 2019
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Pauliina
Kirkkonummi, Finland19 contributions
Mar 2019 • Family
It was nice to spend couple of hours by walking in the forest. The waterfall itself was very small, but the surrounding of the waterfall was quite beautiful. On the way to the falls is a batcave, from where we found one bat. A path to the falls was little rocky but it was ok, even if we carried our baby on a back.
Written 12 March 2019
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Tania S
London, UK127 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
We arrived early at about 9am and we were the first people here which was amazing. It’s a half hour trek to the waterfall (don’t miss the cave on the way!). We had a guide and trekked along the river as it was dry season so not too high (I was wearing trainers and didn’t get wet feet - just hopped along the rocks). The waterfall was quite small in terms of water volume at this time of year (March) so we weren’t able to swim in it but we climbed around and had a great time exploring. We went there with Mr Adam, a tour guide who also showed us the national park, and he showed us the cave and pointed out geckos, birds, insects and lots of things we probably would have missed if we went by ourselves.
Written 10 March 2019
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Yasmin K
2 contributions
Feb 2019 • Family
The hotel I was staying in recommendet us meeting the elephants. So we did since I’m an elephant lover. They promised me that the elephants was well taken care of and that these elephants where saved from other people mistreating them. When I came there. That was not the case. These elephants are exploited. They had sticks that looks like axes. My elephant was tired but they made it walk still. When we was finnished with the horrific ride the chained the elephant again.
Please don’t go and ride the animals. I have heard that there are really nice sanctuaries for elephants. Please spend your time and money there instead. If you go, this trip will haunt you for the rest of your life!
Written 28 February 2019
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Elda C
Bellinzona, Switzerland76 contributions
Jan 2019 • Family
The walk in the jungle is amazing, we went there on a foggy/partly rainy day and it was magical,BUT please do not take the elephant rides!!! We have seen the elephants showing many signs of stress, being yelled at and pushed in the water. In addition they keep bengal cats in cages!! I wanted to cry... Elephants rides are NEVER ok.Elephants used in the tourism industry are abused,the ONLY way to train them to carry people is to beat them, starve them and mentally brake them, in addition giving rides can damage the elephant's spines, they are not horses, their spines are not done to support such a weight,they often suffer permanent spine damage, elephants are very intelligent and social creature, they do not deserve to suffer afor your amusement! Please get informed and rather visit a true conservation camp where you can interact with this majestic creatures in the best way.
Written 12 February 2019
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