Around 2 km from Tad Fan and 40 km from Pakse is Tad Yeung. The falls are about 1 km from the main road. Set amongst beautiful coffee plantations and sprinkled with wooden picnic huts, these falls are possibly the best on offer on the plateau as they offer both height and accessibility. Packing a picnic in Pakse and bringing it along for an afternoon trip is recommended. The cascades plummet 50 m to a pool at the bottom, where it’s possible to swim in the dry season. During the wet season the waterways create numerous little channels and islands around the cascades. Behind the main falls sits a cave, however it’s best to get someone to guide you here. There is a slippery walkway from the top of the falls to the bottom, where you can swim. The falls can be reached by taking a local bus from the Southern Bus station in Pakse to a village Km 40 (ask to go to Lak See Sip). The turn-off is on the right from Pakse (and on the left from Paksong). There is a sign on the main road which indicates Sihom Sabaidy Guesthouse, follow this road about 700 m to the falls. These falls are a great option if you are trying to avoid the backpacker hordes.
Just 17 km from Paksong are the twin falls of Tad Mone and Tad Meelook. Once a popular picnic spot for locals, the area is now almost deserted and the swimming holes at the base of the falls are an idyllic place for a dip.
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