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Tad Sae Waterfall, Luang Prabang

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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3.4/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
Pouring over wide multi-level curved limestone rock formations among trees, Tad Sae Waterfall produce a silky canopy-like effect of dispersed water falling with a constant roar. The water reaches the falls through a moss-covered forest with trees growing straight out of the rock, forming several terraced pools. Take an elephant ride and join the local youngsters for a dip in an emerald-green pond, or walk the boardwalk to reach a wooden observation deck. Thatched huts next the falls provide boat rides. The falls' volume varies quite a bit, with the most dramatic time during rainy season between July and February. Put Tad Sae Waterfall at the forefront of your travel plans using our Luang Prabang trip builder.
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  • Around 25km outside Luang Prabang. A lovely walk through the forest leads you up to a magnificent waterfall. On route, via foot, you must call in to see the moon bears. These bears have been rescued, ...  read more »
  • It may depend on time of year because we heard that august til november is great and by feb the fall can dry up completely. We were there in october and it was great. Unfortunately we shared taxi with...  read more »
  • We got there in the last hour before closing, got a discount even, but best of all it wasn't crowded at all only a few people there! I you like great scenery an bathing in the little basins and gettin...  read more »
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