Sawasdee! Meet our Guide at the hotel in Surat Thani town, proceed to Tai Rom Yen National Park.
Arrive at Tai Rom Yen National Park. With a total area of 265,625 rai covered by virgin forests with rare plants, the park covers areas in Ban Na San, Kanchanadit and Wiang Sa districts. The zone was declared national park on 31 December 1991. Wild animals such as elephants, mountain goats, tapirs, chevrotains, and wild boars can be found in the park while the mountain peak is covered by mist all year round. Attractions include the Tat Fa Waterfall, Mueang Thuat Waterfall, Khamin Cave and Camp 180 as well as Camp 357.
Get ready for trekking to see the beauty of nature.
Watch the waterfall on the first floor: Rim Phai. Only 100 meters from the parking, clear water flows through the large terraces, a small pool of water to swim.
Walk to watch the second Floor: Nham Toey. Far from the first floor up to about 600 m, high waterfall from the cliff about 10 m down to the pool front, suitable for swimming.
We come to see the waterfall on third floor: Rim Sai. About 300 meters from the 2nd floor waterfall, this waterfall crosses the stream at the 2nd floor waterfall and then climbs the steep and slippery ladder. Then cross the stream again. The third layer falls into two ranges. The first is a stream flowing cascades from the rocks to the low tide. There are large ferns spread over the waterfall. Beautiful view and very good spot for bird watching.
Back to Surat Thani, transfer you to the hotel.