Waterfalls of Koh Kood Island

Klong Chao Waterfall

Klong Chao Waterfall this is the largest and most famous among the tourists waterfall of the island of Koh Kood, is located in the heart of the island, surrounded by lush tropical forests. In 1911 King of Thailand Rama VI visited this wonderful waterfall and named it Nam Tok Anam Kok in honor of the Vietnamese King, who found refuge in Thailand in the late 18th century. In the clear waters of the waterfall, you can often observe small flocks of small freshwater fish. To reach it you will need to make a small hiking trip through the tropical jungle, which in itself will give you an atmosphere of real, untouched, pristine jungle. After the rainy season, the water level in the waterfall increases significantly and it will only be possible to pass to its bowl by overcoming the water flow along stony blocks. Along the descent of water stretch a rope, with which you can get close to the falling streams of cool water.

Huang Num Kew Waterfall

Huang Num Kew Waterfall or known as the "secret waterfall" is located in the east of the island and is a gorge with huge stone boulders that form cascades of waterfall, the largest cascades of five, not counting small ones. In the rainy season at the top of the waterfall, a deep lake is formed in which one can swim and dive with the stone blocks that form the bowl of the lake. You can get to the new road leading to the east of the island past 500 year old trees. Before the descent to the waterfall, which is about 100 meters, down the slope of the jungle, built a recreation area with toilets and a shop.

Klong Yai Kee Waterfall

Klong Yai Kee Waterfall is located in the north-western part of Koh Kood Island, on the way to the Soneva Kiri Thailand hotel. This small waterfall, like a stone wall, built of smoothly hewn stone blocks. To get to the waterfall, you have to overcome a steep descent along concrete steps and about twenty meters along stone boulders, after which you will find yourself on an even stone platform in front of a bowl where water falls. In the monsoon season, the water level rises significantly, and the waterfall appears to be quite amazing in beauty, appearance. A large stream of rainwater turns the waterfall into a bubbling river, and to look at it, it is only possible to be on a special platform at the foot of the slope. In the rainy season it is not recommended to swim and the passage to the bowl becomes impossible. The Klong Yai Kee waterfall is less known than the Klong Chao waterfall, here you can enjoy the silence and beauty of nature by the waterfall in complete seclusion. In the cup of the waterfall, you can refresh yourself on a hot tropical day and take SPA procedures that you will make freshwater fish Garra Rufa, also called SPA fish. A few seconds after diving, you will be surrounded by these amazing fish, which will be weakly tingling, removing the dead skin particles. Guests and residents of the island enjoy spending time at the waterfall, in the middle of the green jungle, away from the bustling world. Taking a drink and food with you, you can have a picnic by the waterfall and have a great time.