The Magnificent Thi Lo Su Waterfall

27 Jun

Good morning to you! Sukjai is now finding camping equipment for a coming rainy season trip! Sukjai is going to Tak Province, to the magnificent Thi Lo Su Waterfall!

The Thi Lo Su Waterfall is located in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary in Tak Province. The waterfall lies on a 300-meter-high escarpment. The word Thi Lo Su is from the Karen language meaning ‘the great waterfall’. Sukjai heard that this waterfall is among the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand and is considered by many people to be the one destination that you should visit in your lifetime!

The water here is crystal clear, especially during the rainy season, approximately from June to August. Sukjai recommends this period if you are planning on visiting Thi Lo Su. For your stay at Thi Lo Su, you can choose to either relish in the luxury resorts around here or be embraced by the pure nature by camping at the camping site, but on one condition: you need to walk here. No transportation provided! It is highly recommended that you check a proper visit time with the staff prior to your arrival since the sanctuary is close from time to time in order to allow the environment to recover and let the wild animals out for hunting and breed without being disturbed.

If you have a chance to visit Thi Lo Su Waterfall, be sure to keep yourself strong and in good health, because you need to climb up a number of steep and rough paths to get to the destination. And most importantly, abide by the rules and obey the sanctuary staff for your own safety! Look at these wonderful photos as you plan for your own trip! Bye bye!

 

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