Erawan Waterfall & Kanchanaburi Highlights Tour From Bangkok
Bangkok
$ 189  per person
Enjoy a Kanchanaburi private trip with a professional licensed tour guide who will provide information and connect you with the local people. Visit the top sights like Erawan Waterfall, the Death Railway, and Krasae Buddha Cave.
Erawan Waterfall & Kanchanaburi Highlights Tour From Bangkok
Bangkok
$ 189  per person
Enjoy a Kanchanaburi private trip with a professional licensed tour guide who will provide information and connect you with the local people. Visit the top sights like Erawan Waterfall, the Death Railway, and Krasae Buddha Cave.

Reviews 14

Anonymous – South Korea
Great day out!
Amazing day out. Highly recommended. Erawan Falls was easily the highlight of the day. Stunningly beautiful with lots of opportunities for Instagram pics. The other stops were worthwhile but nothing beats swimming in the crystal clear waters of Erawan. Our guide, Yai, was amazing. Friendly and knowledgeable he even took charge of taking great photos of me and my girlfriend. Kai, our driver, was also great, always in the right place for our pickups and made us feel safe throughout. For Erawan, it’s worth bringing a towel for drying off after. We also brought insect repellant but didn’t really need it. Cold bottled water was supplied by Yai and Kai and our meal afterwards at a local Thai restaurant was delicious. I definitely recommend this package, especially if you want a more relaxing day than you’d get going by bus, train or taxi.
thomas – Italy
PARTY IS THE GUIDE THAT YOU SHOULD HAVE IF YOU WANT TO VISIT ERAWAN AND THAILAND IN GENERAL. HIS KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE STORY OF THE PLACES HE SHOWED US, HIS ORGANISATION AND HIS ENERGY ARE IMPRESSIVE. WE PASSED AN AMAZING DAY AND LIVED EXPERIENCES WE’LL NEVER FORGET.
Ben – United Kingdom
Breathtaking and well organised experience.
This trip is absolutely worth it. Our tour was private, so it was just the two of us being driven around in a well-air conditioned car. The waterfalls are stunning. You can choose to go and see all 7 of them (walking up hill in high humidity can be quite a challenge to see the last few ones, and the path can be quite slipper - wear good water shoes), but don't worry if you don't fancy that - the first few waterfalls are all equally beautiful and not very challenging at all to get to. The water is nice and cool, a welcome refreshment from the heat/humidity with lots of fish swimming about. Some waterfalls you can slide down to the lake below. There are toilets around to get changed, some minor souvenir shops. Kwai Bridge, Buddha cave and railway ride also great. Our lunch was traditional Thai food (soup, sweet and sour chicken and some fruit). Last but not least he guide and the driver were great - well-informed and polite. Highest quality experience.

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