The Wachirathan Waterfall is an incredible attraction you will encounter within the Doi Inthanon National Park.
It’s the second biggest falls on the way to the summit, and is definitely one of the more impressive falls here.
Wachirathan Waterfall, Entrance Fee & Height, Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai
Getting to the falls requires a bit of a hike, and proper footwear is recommended due to the muddy and slippery path. The Doi Inthanon National Park and its numerous attractions including these falls are best explored with the help of a friendly tour guide, whose services can be hired as soon as you get here.
After spending some time at the falls, see what the rest of the park has to offer. If you have plenty of time, staying at least overnight is recommended. There are some basic bungalows, as well as private campsites, where guests can stay even for several nights. Camping equipment and sleeping bags can be rented, so there is no need to bring these with you. Additionally, the park also has showers, toilets, and simple restaurants serving homemade Thai food.
It’s the ideal destination for visitors who love the outdoors because this protected area has so much to offer. The air here is cleaner and fresher, plus there are numerous outdoor activities to do.
If you are visiting Chiang Mai, let your tour guide know that you’d like to stop by the amazing Wachirathan Waterfall.