It is amazing, that you`ll just have to walk a couple of meters to have a feeling, that you are in the complete wilderness. If you want to have a break from beach and party life and want to experience untouched (that´s at least the impression I have) nature, than this is the place to go.
The hike up to the waterfalls is quite strenuous in the heat. There is a 700 m or 2 km track. We wanted to do the 2 km track, but signposting is not so good and we were afraid to get lost.
There isn´t much service for the 200 THB entrance fee. We asked it the trackes were accesible with a stroller and got indifferent answers. The answer would have been very clear: don´t even think to take a stroller, even without the hike is sometimes quite complicated.
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