Erawan National Park, Si Sawat

#1 of 6 in Things to do in Si Sawat
Admire Thailand's natural beauty at Erawan National Park, where the jungle and waterfalls draw visitors from all over the world. Wade in the emerald green ponds of the waterfalls here, and try to make out the shape of an elephant's head in the rocks at the top of the falls. Be on the lookout for wild animals like monkeys, monitor lizards, elephants, and boar. Bird watchers look up to spot species like the crested serpent eagle and the black-nap monarch. Restaurants, bungalows, and a campground are all available on site. For Erawan National Park and beyond, use our Si Sawat vacation planner to get the most from your Si Sawat vacation.
Create an itinerary including Erawan National Park
© OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap contributors
Erawan National Park Reviews
Rate this attraction
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5
353 reviews
  • I've visited here 2 times... this month and 5 years ago. Both visits were stellar in my opinion. They offer a perfect climbing activity that's appropriate for all ages and is doable for people 'out of...  more »
  • Very nice waterfalls (7 steps) on several steps you can bathe, if the cleaning fish do not disturb (get used to fast ;-) If you are heavily overcrowded at weekends, so start early with the visit, then you are on your way back when the buses arrive. Easy to reach by regional bus or rental car. Care is taken to cleanliness, therefore a checkpoint for water bottles at the waterfall 1 (20 baht deposit per bottle, will be refunded at show). The individual waterfalls are beautiful and you can also swim in almost all of them. The higher you get the more difficult the ascent, but can be done with a normal condition, to the 7 waterfall you have to climb a little, but half as wild.
    View original
  • Very nice. I would recommend to all my friends. Easy access. Not too busy when we went. Good infrastructure... Toilets etc...
  • A beautiful place to visit. 30 baht for the car, foreigners 60 baht per person (plus the vehicles), adults over 60 (I think foreigners too) are free to get in. Fun pools to swim in or dangle your feet in the water and let the small fish nibble on your toes and the bottom of your feet. Tickles. 😁 Not handicapped friendly and would probably be kind of rough on very small children - say, younger than about 5 or so. Trails are very well maintained, but some steps are very steep and uneven. Toilet facilities are plentiful throughout the park, along with showers for after swimming or a strenuous hike and working up a sweat. Bring your own soap and towels. No water bottles or food containers after level 2 without paying a 20 baht deposit (they just want to ensure there is no trash left up higher). When you get back just show them your water bottle and you get your 20 B back. Highly recommended.
  • Build a plan

    Tell us where and when you
    want to go, we will build
    the best sightseeing itinerary
  • Refine it

    You have complete flexibility on your destinations and itinerary
  • Book as a package

    Use our travel agents to get
    package savings and hassle free booking
  • Enjoy your trip!

    Enjoy our 24x7
    on-trip assistance

Popular things to do in Si Sawat

Duration: 8​h
Duration: 2​h

Side trips from Si Sawat

Duration: 2​h
Duration: 1​h 30​min