Tad Leuk Waterfall Camp Site
A friendly family-run camp site
What we say:
Alongside the Tad Leuk waterfall is a friendly family-run camp site. With only a dozen or so visitors overnighting there every month, there's a good chance it will be deserted. There are no firm rules about where to pitch tents, though a grassy clearing is made available. Between October and April, consider setting up camp on the flat, rocky pavement adjacent to the waterfall. Tent, hammock and sleeping bag rental is available, and the staff will make up camp wherever desired. Toilet facilities are provided, but showering takes place in the river itself. Bring food -- only very basic items are available at the site.
Contact details:Tad Leuk Waterfall, Thaphabat District, Bolikhamsai Province
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Tent||3 USD||3 USD||$1/night for a sleeping bag or hammock|
Added to Travelfish on: 20th February, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 19th February, 2007
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