Enjoying the Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Despite it is the dry season (no rain since 3 months) we did go to the Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua. Yes there is not so much water but it is still a great place to go and there is still enough water to play in the water. The Tat Luang Waterfall is about 15 km south-east of Pua town or 45 km from Nan town, just a short 2 km partly dirt road from route 1081. Easy accessible but do not go there during rain, as the last 1 km dirt road will be not safe to drive. The Tat Luang Waterfall in the forrest of the Doi Phu Kha mountains and although being a part of Doi Phu Kha National Park there is (until now) no entrance fee. It is one of my favourite waterfalls in Nan because it is easy to get there and the area is so beautiful. For more information about Nan province have a look at Destination Travel Guide Nan.

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Walking trail at Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailamnd

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Last 1 km road to Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Entrance bridge at Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Fish at Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

Destination Travel Guide Nan, North Thailand
Tat Luang Waterfall in Pua, North Thailand

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