Waterfalls & StreamsTatfa Waterfall is located at 3rd park protection unit which covers parts of Ban Nawang, Nasiaw sub-district. It is located about 18 kilometers east of Tat Ton National Park. This 20 meters wide and 90 meters long waterfall reveals best of its beauty during the rainy season when water running on the rock surf-case of 30 degree angle form what is called Natural Sliders lying along the length of the fall. Accommodation are provided within the area.

Address: Amphur Muang Chaiyaphum, Chaiyaphum, Thailand 36000
Driving Directions (Road Map): Chaiyaphum to Tat Ton National Park
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Tat Ton National Park อุทยานแห่งชาติตาดโตน Chaiyaphum Northeast Thailand
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