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Tat Somphamit Waterfalls, Champasak
(4.6/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
See the rapid flow of Tat Somphamit Waterfalls, a cascade that according to local belief traps the evil spirits of both deceased people and animals. Rocky cliffs surround the waterfall, creating a dramatic natural scene. Walk along the edge of the cliffs to admire the rush of water and enjoy the views, keeping an eye out for water wheels used for generating power as you go. After your stroll, rest at a bungalow, grab a bite at a restaurant, or enjoy something lighter from one of the snack stands. Our Champasak vacation planner makes visiting Tat Somphamit Waterfalls and other Champasak attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Corn island after arriving on a bicycle went to Tat Somphamit Waterfalls. During the rainy season was quite rich in water, was a tremendous power. Also, many staff also falls outside the main stream in a muddy stream in the neighborhood.
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  • The visit of these waterfalls is really superb. The impression of power generated by the Mekong river flowing into these falls even if they are not very high is amazing.
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  • These falls are Rapids on the Mekong. We have seen in the rainy season or the flow is really impressive. The Bank needed to enjoy the variety of points of view. Like many sites, this is managed by a private company, actually a rich lao family, who collects an entrance fee from 35 000 kips (about 4 euros or 4 bottles of Beelao, practiced here unit!). It is expensive compared to the service rendered, but especially the "toll" at the entrance to the bridge of Don Det is a real racket. Everyone won't see the falls! You can escape it by discussing because there is no legal basis. The charm of this country, people's democracy, or the average wage is below $ 100 and or Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini are displayed in the virtrines...
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