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Mae Yen Waterfalls, Pai
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  • It takes quite some time to get to the falls but man, is it worth it! The hike itself is tough but breathtaking. The waterfall is the cherry on the top. We are two fit guys and it took us 2,5 hours up...  more »
  • The waterfall is 3 hours of walking and has surprises like snakes and large spiders. Take care and enjoy!!!!
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  • A beautiful waterfall, absolutely the most beautiful of Pai. A haven of peace. At this time of the year (dry season) doesn't really opportunity to swim, but you can enjoy paddling and sit. But ..... The road to it can be spicy. Make sure you have good sandals or shoes to have, because you have to cross the river dozens of times to the walking path to follow. We went up to our knees in the water. The path is generally easy to follow, but we had to search a bit on a few spots where the path continued. That's not a problem if you follow the river remains. Sometimes you walk a bit of water, but for the most part you walk along the water and always in the shelter of the trees. The path is not heavy; It is largely as good as flat, there is 1 hefty climb in. Count on 3 hours back and 2.5 hours back. At the beginning of the route is a sign that the two-hour walk from there. That is not true! It's really not there, don't let the size fool you on longer. Tip: go with the scooter to the starting point, which saves a bit walk from & to Pai. Make sure you eat enough & drink with you. During the walk you will come nothing against to buy this. We love hiking and found the walk absolutely worth it!
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