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Lovely walk

We combined this with a visit to the Gibbons Rehabilitation Project. There is a small fee, but we... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lucie K
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London, United Kingdom
Nice cool finish to a warm walk

Entry to the wildlife reserve is 200Baht per adult. After visiting the gibbons (only 2 available... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2018
Fiona W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We combined this with a visit to the Gibbons Rehabilitation Project. There is a small fee, but we still felt it was worth it as the waterfall was nice and we enjoyed our trip there.

1  Thank Lucie K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You have to pay 200b each person. None of the money goes to the gibons you can see / visit there aswell. The hike to the waterfall takes around 10 minutes but you can't actually swim there. Wasted half day for this, wouldnt recommend.

Thank Patrick A
Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

Entry to the wildlife reserve is 200Baht per adult. After visiting the gibbons (only 2 available to see) there is a 15 mins walk up hill to the waterfall. It’s not huge by conventional standards but nice little pools to cool down in along the...More

1  Thank Fiona W
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

After spending an hour in the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project Centre the waterfall is a nice 20min walk up the hillside to a peaceful & surprisingly cool little waterfall. Worth the short trek

Thank Geoff_Siddle
Reviewed 18 March 2018

Definitely go before it gets too hot in the day. It is only 300m, but the air is still along the path an the humidity is thick. Wear comfy shoes but bring along some flip flops is you want to hop in the water (I'm...More

Thank SenorGancho
Reviewed 8 March 2018

went with our family of 2 seniors aged 63 and 65, my husband and 2 young children aged 3 and 4.5. very nice experience for my young kids - we went prepared with swim gear/swim attire. my husband and i brought the kids into the...More

Thank woogermaine
Reviewed 5 March 2018

This is the best waterfall in Phuket and you can swim there. Well worth a visit but you need a car or taxi.

Thank Liz R
Reviewed 19 February 2018 via mobile

We did a roundtrip on that day because we were tired of laying on the beach. After Monkey Hill and Gibbon Rehabilitation Center (on the way up to the waterfall) we wanted to refresh under the waterfall. We didn't expect much because it is dryseason....More

1  Thank vicky_zylindros
Reviewed 13 February 2018 via mobile

To get to the waterfall you must pay 200B which is overall national park fee. Within 15 minutes you reach near the waterfall, walk is not hard, we managed with flipflops. Definitely go swim under the waterfall, then you get the best experience.

Thank Jaan M
Reviewed 12 February 2018 via mobile

Very nice place, you arrive at the waterfall after a 15 min walk. You have to pay 200 baht, and you have the chance to visit also the Gibbon reabilitation centre.

Thank Elusse
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Marissa F
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Response from Kirsty78_11 | Reviewed this property |
The trail starts fairly straightforward but then becomes challenging. Wear good shoes.
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