It takes a bit more than three hours from Bangkok to this beautiful seven-tiered Erawan Waterfall in Kanchanaburi province. It is located in Erawan National Park which covers an area of 550 square kilometers. You will find several nice “swimming pools” on various levels. Be sure to pack your towels and swimwear if you plan to take a swim, changing facilities are available. The most beautiful fall is on the third level, but you can always make yourself proud by reaching Level 7. Upon request we can also include a light jungle trek where it’s recommended to bring closed shoes and long pants.
We will have a good lunch at a nearby restaurant after we leave the falls. We could make some stop on the way back, such as a hydropower dam that serves both as a power plant, or at the world famous Bridge on the River Kwai. But if you prefer to enjoy the whole day at the waterfalls, that is fine too.