A spectacular natural masterpiece which is best appreciated in the rainy season, as the months from March through July there is hard water in the pools for swimming. Although not as high as the famous Kuang Si, the Tad Sae Waterfalls is still one of the most beautiful Laos waterfalls. The water pours over the incredible limestone cliffs across many levels before flowing into large pools.
The cascades of the Tad Sae give photographing travellers a fantastic chance to record amazing pictures. Travellers will have a chance to see the wonder of nature with beautiful waterfalls and majestic limestone formations among the lush green tropical jungle.
For adventurous, you can get to Tad Sae Waterfall by many Kayaking on the Nam Khan River. It is a popular activity in Luang Prabang as the river is slow-paced and mild. Ideal for beginners or first-timers to learn their first kayaking experience.
Otherwise, you can also rent transportation to their local pier and transfer to a local boat for 10,000 kip/pax to go to the waterfall. Entrance fees not included.
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm
Entrance Fees: 15,000 KIP