Friday, 9 August 2013

HuaHin : Paa La-U Water fall

Paa La-U Waterfall is located in HuaHin district, Phrachuabkirikhan province. It is about 60 km from Huahin city. Paa La-U waterfall consists of 15 tiers of waterfalls.The first to the third tier are suitable for swimming or bathing in the water fall. However, if you wish to have some more privacy, you can climb up to the 5th or the 7th tier of the waterfall.

Paa La-U waterfall situates in the middle of the green nature, pristine forest, quiet and water stream flowing throughout the year. The best travel season is from June- March. Especially in June, you will see the flock of million butterflies flying all over you in the forest. Travelers are only allowed to go to the 7th tier of the waterfall. When you reach the 7th tier of the waterfall, you will reach the Tri-section. If you turn left, you are entering the Paa La-U forest national park which is home to the tribal village called "Karan". If you turn right, you are entering to the "Khlong Praan" waterfall. From Paa La-U, you can reach to the Thai-Mynmar border also. However, it is also possible to climb up as high as you wish but it is advisable to contact the forest officer prior arrival.

Because of its fertility and the pristine forest state, Paa La-U waterfall is also the home to many wildlife animals such as wile elephant, bull, leopard, wild deer,gibbon, macaque. Moreover, Paa La U waterfall is also home to many wild birds as well such as great hornbill.

It is also possible to stay overnight camping at Paa La-U national park. You can contact us for this arrangement.

Paa La-U forest is one of the amazing forest in HuaHin. You will never feel as close to the nature as swimming with the fishes, walking with the butterflies in your hands, sunbathing in the middle of the pristine tress...

Interested in Paa La-U tour? Thailand Secret Tour can help you to arrange the trip to Paa La-U and also the visit to the tribal village -Karan. contact us for the private tour at ,

1 comment:

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