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Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls Tour. Enjoy climbing & bathing in a fantastic location. Jungle trekking is the greatest way to get close to the nature of Chiang Mai. The Sticky Waterfalls or Bua Tong Waterfalls are well known for their rock formations with a sticky surface. This stickiness comes from a kind of algae in the water, making it very easy and safe to climb up the rocks. These beautiful waterfalls are 60 kilometers north of Chiang Mai city and surrounded by gorgeous rain forests. With this one-day trek, we will focus on visiting the Sticky Waterfalls and follow the trails into the jungle to visit some more remote and unknown waterfalls in the area, and the fascinating Fountain of Seven Colors spring.
The Sticky Waterfalls get their name from a mineral deposit that is incredibly grippy. In fact, the rocks feel like a hardened sponge. They are callous and even slightly prickly to the touch but surprisingly give a bit under pressure. Since no algae or slime adheres to the rocks, they are the perfect canvas to climb up the waterfall. It is impressively steep in some places, but with the aid of the limestone deposits on the stones, we felt like Spider-Man!
These multi-tiered waterfalls are easy on the eyes and a great way to cool off in Thailand’s heat. They are a challenge to your muscles, though. If you do plan to climb these waterfalls, be prepared to work muscles in your legs and feet you never knew existed. Even if you don’t plan on getting wet clambering over the rocks, there are a couple of hundred steep stairs that take you down the various levels of waterfalls. The surrounding forest floor is coated with moss and small colorful flowers. There are plenty of forest creatures like butterflies and water bugs, and there are even the occasional minnows. More Jungle Trekking Tour From Chiang Mai.
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