Erawan Waterfall, in photos

I read about this waterfall in my guidebook and was left really curious about it's 7 levels. Luckily, I got to go here and it was AMAZING! Unfortunately, because I needed to be back in Bangkok for a bus to Chiang Mai, I was only able to spend a little under 3 hours here, which is absolutely not enough time to hike the 2.5 km up, swim in each level, chill with the monkeys, hang out with the Thais who get to come here for free, AND enjoy it all. Out of the 8 people on my bus, I was the only one who hiked all the way  to the 7th level, skipping the 6th. I had to, how could I miss out on it! I swam up there in the smoothest, bluest waterfall waters I have ever had the pleasure to sink myself into. I am so lucky here every single day.


Tier 2, for me and you.
Tier 3, just for me.


Tier 4, makes me want more.

Monkey!

Hands and bones

Just along the walk up.


Tier 5, could stay here all night.

Tier 7, feels live heaven.

Monkeys!

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  1. Dasha this is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your photos and stories, I can't wait to read more! Living vicariously! <3

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