Attractions

Top Choice Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tayicseua

There are seven significant waterfalls (none of them named Tayicseua) and several smaller ones at this remote, but easily accessible private nature reserve. Some sit right near the restaurant-parking area while othe…
Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tat Gneuang

Tat Yuang, as some signs spell it, is impressive, with its twin torrents falling about 40m and flowing into lush jungle. It's hugely popular with day trippers from Pakse and tour buses from Thailand, so getting ther…
Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tat Fan

Tat Fan is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Laos. Twin streams plunge out of dense forest and tumble down more than 120m to form the Huay Bang Lieng. Early morning and late afternoon have the best sunlight,…
Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tat Champee

Not to be confused with the far inferior waterfall of the same name along Rte 20 on the way to Tad Lo, this is the smallest of the four waterfalls west of Paksong, but it's the most fun to visit. A good set of concr…
National Park in Paksong Area

Dong Hua Sao NPA

The 1100-sq-km Dong Hua Sao NPA, south of Paksong, is home to large tracts of pristine jungle where you might spot monkeys, large butterflies and rare hornbills. Poaching is a problem, as is illegal logging to plant…
Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tat Katamtok

Running off the Bolaven Plateau, the Huay Katam drops more than 100m out of thick forest at Tat Katamtok. These beautiful falls are made even more impressive by their relative isolation – there are no concessions or…
Waterfall in Paksong Area

Tat E-Tu

Tat E-Tu, 1km north of the main road (Rte 16), is the first large waterfall you reach on the drive up from Pakse. Though this 40m drop is pretty impressive, it doesn't get nearly as many visitors as the more famous …