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Pala-U & Elephant Trekking

Duration: From 08.00 - 16.00

Departure: Daily

Minimum: 4 people

Pick up & Drop Off: Hua Hin / Cha Am Hotels

Language: English Speaking Guide

 

Description:

The Pala-U Waterfall is located west of Hua Hin, close to Myanmar. We take you through an area of uninhabited mountain scenery with peaks and valleys. We will walk through the forest to the first level of the waterfall, where you can continue your climbing. Sensible shoes are essential for your safety.

Lunch is served at a local Thai restaurant.

After a half day trip to the Pala-U Waterfall we begin the drive back and stop on the outskirts of Hua Hin, where you will experience Elephant Trekking. A 30-minute trek will reward you with a panoramic view of Hua Hin’s coastline and overlooking the beautiful tropical forest.

 

The excursion includes:  
 Transportation 
 Elephant Trekking
English speaking local guide
Lunch
Admission

 

   Adult

Child

Price 

 2200

 1400

Departure every day. Full day excursion

Interested in Pala-U & Elephant Trekking from Hua Hin?

Please contact Evolution Tour at booking@evolutiontour.com

Price is in THB (Thai Baht)


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Pala-U & Elephant Trekking

This cascade of water that is the Pala-U waterfall is located on the south side of Kaeng Krachan National Park, about 60 km west of Hua Hin. The park is one of the largest in Thailand and it is located right next to the Burmese (Myanmar) border.

Pala-U is a beautiful place to visit. You will pass through stunning countryside and hills along the way. The Pala-U Waterfall has 16 levels, making it one of the highest in Thailand.

The surrounding forest is over 1,000 years old, and there is a good chance to see wildlife, especially gibbon monkeys, and many rare species of birds.

The Pala-U Waterfall can be visited at any time of year, but will be greatest during and just after the rainy season from July to November. At any time of year, it is wise to be careful of slippery rocks, even if the path to the third level is in a relatively good condition. Going further up is not recommended as there are slippery rocks and difficult and dangerous access, which requires being in very excellent physical shape.

Highlights

- Pal-U Waterfall close to Burma

- Nature hike

- Lunch at local Thai restaurant

- Elephant trek

- Viewpoint of Hua Hin

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