As a world-class seaside resort, in addition to the beautiful beach full of tropical flavor, there are also elephants riding in the jungle. The elephant riding in the jungle is each elephant sitting on two people. The front elephant trainer leads the way on the elephant's head. He takes a circle in the jungle for about 20 minutes. Near the end of the road, there are several rivers formed by the flow of Nameng Falls. The second elephant trainer pointed to the river and said to us - "Lizard." Oh, there were lizards in the water. There is a waterfall there. I wonder if it's called "Nemang No. 1".
When we went to the waterfall, we passed many elephants, which were tied up. About twenty minutes to the bottom of the waterfall, then a steep rock-fixed rope that is very difficult to walk is often used. The top view is very good, but the stones are very slippery.
Nam Tok Na Muang 1 is one of them. Despite the dry season, there seems to be plenty of water, and there is no drying up. The pool at the bottom is not very deep. Some foreigners are playing with water. The waterfall itself may not last long. The slippers and waterways in the waterfall park look more interesting.
There are two kinds of waterfalls, one is No. 1 and the other is No. 2. There are elephant camps on both sides. Tourists can ride elephants here. Falls 2 is higher, and our little motorcycle is not powered enough to climb such a steep slope. After a short climb, we give up. Falls No. 1 can be reached smoothly. Waterfalls don't charge admission fees, but parking fees are 20B or 30B. We can't expect too much from this waterfall. It's just a "mountain swimming pool" for local people to spend their summer. If you don't ride an elephant, this scenic spot can't actually come. But now that you're here, drink coconut water to put out the fire.