Another item on our list as tour guides, was to take Ryan’s brother and sister in law to enjoy the beautiful Kuang Si waterfalls.It’s always fun to watch the bears in the sanctuary on the way in. First, we walked to the top to see the all the different pools and the big waterfall, and took the chance to scout out our options for swimming holes. Tip: get there early to beat the crowds and you can have a pool to yourself! The water is always pretty chilly, but a hot sunny day made it quite refreshing. It’s perfect for kids, even if they can’t swim yet, because there are lots of shallow areas to play and enjoy the slippery banks. An added bonus of these waterfalls is that this is the native habitat for the famous “fish spa” fish, so the dead skin from your feet gets cleaned up while you wade around. Nibble, nibble, yum, yum! Ryan enjoys watching unsuspecting newbies get nibbled for first time. Wait for it…!The water has minerals in it making the water a turquoise color and forming a rough buildup on rocks and logs, making climbing and exploring super fun and easy. We enjoyed a couple hours of swimming, then packed up to get some lunch near the entrance of the park before heading back home.
What is your favorite waterfall to visit? Could your feet use a fish spa?