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100 Waterfalls

Nong Khiaw, Laos
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One of the best experience of our life!!

We arrived in this little town and we met Harps (the boss of Tiger trail), he was extremely nice... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Valerio C
via mobile
Lovely hike

Had a great hike with Nong Khiaw adventure tours and enjoyed the falls, the village, lunch and... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
Charlotte W
via mobile
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arrived in this little town and we met Harps (the boss of Tiger trail), he was extremely nice and friendly. He spent a lot of time explaining us the various visits/tours we could do in Nang Khiaw. The first impression was really good! Because...More

Thank Valerio C
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Had a great hike with Nong Khiaw adventure tours and enjoyed the falls, the village, lunch and views were all good although nothing on Kuang Si Falls!

Thank Charlotte W
Reviewed 10 May 2017

Went on this tour with Nong Khiaw Adveture Tours owned by Mr Mang. It was only 170k Kips per person. You could also do it yourself by arranging for a boatman to take you to the village where the trek originates and get a local...More

1  Thank Bryan T
Reviewed 10 April 2017

We visited as part of an organised boat trip. It's quite a long walk (4km) but not too difficult except for a steep rocky part at the end. Bring swimming stuff and you will be refreshed!!

Thank SimonDabbs
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

I'll start with saying that it was a nice 1 day trek. Nice views, nice to walk through the waterfalls. But it didn't feel like there were a lot of waterfalls there and they are not so impressive. How to get there and not through...More

2  Thank galgrg
Reviewed 4 March 2017

The hike up the 100 Waterfall was interesting but not as challenging because my friend and I went there during the dry season. We get to go through a village before the hike up and the countryside view is something you won't get to experience...More

Thank leelitng
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

dont pay more than 100k for the trip. you could do it on your own for 35k. its only a long river you climb up. in the end you get an average view which is not comparable to the view you get on the viewpoint...More

Thank markmakelton123
Reviewed 21 February 2017 via mobile

Thank you Tiger Trails and my guide Seetar. Excellent day. Views. Food. Chats. Waterfalls. Bison and friends by the end. Would recommend every time.

Thank Dermot F
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Jan 28 Hotel Mekong Riverview was kind enough to open breakfast 30" earlier at 6:30 just for us. They made take-out lunches of chix satay and sticky rice. Sieng, our driver, arrived at 7:30 for a long day trip to 100 Waterfalls, near Nong Khiaw....More

Thank alohatripper
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Firstly you do not have to use Tiger Trails to do this trek. There are another two trekking companies that you can use. We made our own way up to Nong Khiaw (motorbike) but there are other options (minivan, public bus). And we booked the...More

2  Thank kirstie m
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kirstie m
10 December 2016|
Response from nickwatkins99 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can do it without booking a tour - you just have to hire a boat from Nong Khiaw to get there and then pay for a local guide (it's not possible to find it yourself, especially with possible UXO) - see my review from... More