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Tad Fane Waterfall

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This natural tourism site is located within the Dong Hua Sao, a National Biodiversity Conservation Area at Ban Lak 38 along Route 16 from Pakse toward Pakxong District. The Champi and Prakkoot streams, which originate in the Boloven Plateau at some 1,000 meters above sea level, come together to create the Tad Fane Waterfall. The real beauty of this waterfall stems from the two branches of the stream dividing town its steep cliffs. An endless flow of water is created and if windy, the mist sprays and rainbows are spectacular
The waterfall set among the blue skies and evergreen forest, creates one of most hypnotizing views. The endless cool breeze helps capture a full taste of nature. It is a deal spot for tourists to relax and enjoy nature. Although it is not possible to reach the waterfall to swim, the view is an unforgettable experience.

Source: Laos Tourism Organization

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