Bold, tall, and beautiful -- these are just some of the words to describe the famous twin falls found at the heart of Dong Hua Sao Jungle, the Tad Fane waterfalls.
You can’t help but be astonished by the powerful beauty of Tad Fane falls — the towering twin falls has a 100-metre drop from the steep cliffs down to a gorge, and has a force so strong that visitors are discouraged from taking a swim in its pools. The falls is surrounded by pristine forests and well-preserved wildlife. One of spots you can visit is a conservatory park that is home to rare tigers, hornbills, elephants, monkeys, and other wild animals.
Tad Fane is located in Dong Hua Sao jungle, Champasak Province, Laos.
Opening Days and Hours
Tad Fane can be visited any time of the year. Opens daily, 24 hours.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission fee is LAK 5,000 (USD 0.60) and LAK 2,000 ( USD 0.30) for motorbikes.
How to Get There
- Fly from Vientiane to Pakse via Lao Airlines.
- Board a bus to Bolaven Plateau.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
Spend 3-4 hours exploring the falls and the nearby jungle.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit the falls is during the rainy season which starts in May and ends in November.
The Tad Fane Resort has a small, decent restaurant that serves affordable Lao food and drinks.
- Green Discovery Tour spots
Tad Fane Resort and Baan E-tu Resort have modest bungalows where guests can stay for USD 35 to USD 60 a night.