Walkin' seven levels

Erawan National Park Travel Blog

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Today I went to Erawan National Park. It was a short ride and after driving by a massive dam I arrived at the entrance of the park. After buying a ticket I started walking, I heard great stories about this park with its beautiful waterfalls. The waterfalls exist of seven floors and different waterfalls. In a couple of waterfalls you can swim but you’re not alone. There are some fish willing to take a bite of unsuspecting tourists J I met some Germans and together we decided to climb above. Of course we walked too fast, it’s way too hot to climb that fast past the floors. After floor 2 there’s a post and you need to turn in any water or lemonade bottles. I thought its way too hot for that so I kept mine in my bag. As we walked higher the path would become narrower. And we had to climb over large rocks. At the fifth level we stopped for a break and a short swim. It was great to have a short swim because of the warmth and humidity. I didn’t go higher than the fifth level as I thought I was high enough

Jacqinmiddenamerika says:
Er was hoger geen mogelijkheid om wat te kopen, dus voorkomen dat je water meeneemt?! Lijkt me overigens niet aan te raden. Er zwemmen veel visjes, maar die kan je natuurlijk wel weer bakken :-)
Posted on: Jan 05, 2009
Sweetski says:
Probeerden ze je water te verkopen hoger op de watervallen, of wilde ze voorkomen dat je water uit de watervallen meenam in je flesje?
Posted on: Jan 04, 2009
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Erawan National Park
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