Haew Narok Waterfall in Khao Yai Nation Park Thailand. It originates from Klong Tha-Daan in Nakhon Nayok Province but must entrance by Prachinburi Gate in Ban Nean Hom District. The height of the waterfall is about 50 meters. By the way Nakhon Nayok – Prachinburi Province to Baan Nean Hom crossroads or Circle the court of King Naresuan just turn left for go to No. 3077 Road for ahead to Khao Yai Nation Park till to 24 Km. base so have walk way 1 Km. for go to Haew Narok Waterfall. There is a parking lot away from the waterfall only 1 Km. on the walk way, we also get to see the nature of the trees, the beauty of both sides.
During the walk to the waterfall so can to see the cements line, was built for to protect the elephant not falls to in the waterfall. Since year 1987 1 or 2 elephants must died, has fall in the waterfall every year and 8 elephants in year 1992. The National Park has created cements line of defense to protect the elephants. From the stairs down to the waterfall is about 50 meters. Which is quite narrow and steep but when you get to that point of view so can see the splendor of the waterfalls are beautiful. If you go during the rainy season in September or October are too much water. (Today 9/11/2014) Haew Narok Waterfall is a large waterfall so really here have 3 floors, first is high about 50 M. ( see right now) When the water from first floor is flowing and gushing to the cliff Tier 2 and Tier 3. in a flow falls to 90 degrees into the abyss below. During the rainy season, the water will flow very scary, that why here is name “Haew Narok”. The Nation Park is still not open to visitors in this section.
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