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Tee Lo Le Waterfall

Tee Lo Le Waterfall

Tee Lo Le Waterfall

Tee Lo Le is considered an amazing destination. Due to the difficulty in getting there, visiting this waterfall is quite difficult. So, not so many tourists successfully reach this spot except for those with an adventurous mind. With this alluring charm, however, seek out this waterfall close to the Mae Klong River. Starting at the Mae Klong headwater, tourist can raft to Tee Lo Le. The source of the Mae Klong is in the Umphuang district high mountain range. This headwater with a narrow stream flowing through abundant forest is praised as one of the most beautiful and dynamic rafting routes.

To enjoy a Tee Lor Le rafting excursion, visitors must travel the 27 kilometers from Umphuang to Ban Pala-Ta. The best time to come is during November to December due to the plentiful crystal-clear white water. Rafting takes 5-6 hours from the start point. The first stage is called Kaeng Kekati it is divided into three parts extending for 200 meters. Next, hurtle through Kaeng Bandai, taking a break at the beach, and fighting waves again at Kaeng Tukkae, Kaeng Hak Sok, Kaeng Nam Tok Noi, and Kaeng Kon Mong, the biggest islet of this stream. Camp at sunset to wait for the breathtakingly phenomenal Tee Lor Le in the early morning.

The second day starts at Kaeng Ka Jor Jee Le, an immense stone in the middle of the river. Two rivers join at this spot. Here is the small Kaeng Ok Tak, a rapid stream 200 meters in length. Our final destination is the 80-meter-high Tee Lor Le waterfall. There are two alternatives to return to Ban Pala-Ta; walking or elephant riding. It is about 35 kilometers from Tee Lor Le Waterfall to Ban Pala-Ta, and 27 kilometers further on to Umphang district. Location : Tee Lor Le Waterfall is located in Umphang Wildlifr Sanctuary, Umphang district, Tak.