The seven-tiered Erawan Waterfalls is part of Erawan National Park which covers an area of 550-square-kilometers.
It is considered one of Thailand’s loveliest waterfalls. Its pools on the second and third levels are ideal for swimming. If you are up for a long nature walk, it is possible to reach the 7th level with a good physical condition. The path is not difficult but the higher levels can be slippery.
The Erawan Waterfalls are good for walking and swimming all year round but there may not be much water during the dry season. The best time to visit is the second half of the rainy season between September and November, it does occasionally happen that for safety reasons the park is closed during periods with heavy rain.
Please bring towels and swimming suites if you plan to take a swim.