Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfall Adventure
Book Online Today!
Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfall Adventure: Bua Thong Waterfall
Join us every Saturday for an awesome afternoon for one of the most unique day trips in Chiang Mai. While it’s growing in popularity, many still consider it a hidden gem of backpacking.
The Bua Thong Sticky Waterfalls are located about 1.5 hours from Chiang Mai’s Old City by bus. Not too far from the action and you’ll be back at Bodega in time for happy hour!
When: Saturday, Saturday, Saturday! We like to organize a decent sized group every Saturday to visit the sticky waterfalls, but if this doesn’t work with your travel itinerary, just chat with us at reception and we’ll see what we can do for you! 🙂
Price: 550 baht
What You Get:
- Transportation (Round Trip Bus)
- 1 Beer because…one for the road never hurt anyone, right?
- Arrival back at the hostel just in time for happy hour!
Departure: 10 AM (Roughly)
What You Need to Bring With You:
- Cameras / Phones (Waterproof would be ideal!)
- Waterproof bag to store your things safely
What to Expect on the Sticky Waterfalls Adventure
Fresh and natural spring water. Gorgeous, photogenic rock patterns that your hands and feet will easily stick to. The combination of these two natural phenomenon make for an incredible break from the typical partying you’ll get into while staying at Bodega. Breathe in the mountain air, let the cool water wake you up and take everything in. It’s a great spot to take some photos for the Gram or to just kick back and relax. Hungover? No problem. You’ll soon forget all about it with the sights, smells and sounds of this relaxing waterfall.
Above all else, climbing up the Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfalls will make you feel like you’re Spider-man.
The Secret Spring of Bua Thong Waterfall
Keep a keen lookout for a sign near the top of the waterfall that says “Nam Phu Chet Si” and you’ll find yourself on a short journey to a hidden spring. You’ll know you’re there when you see the beautiful shrine – the sacred spring is just behind it. Locally known for its sacred water, with mysterious healing properties, it’s a pretty cool spot to check out while you’re here.