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As a cave it is not much, its peculiarity is that it has become a place of worship as a Buddhist temple; a part of the cave is visited using acetylene torches and this means that the cave is completely blackened by the smoke of...More
We enjoyed the caves but after the 40thb entrance fee each, there is a 200thb fee for the guide, then they show you another sign that says they recommend you tip your guide 200thb as they are local volunteers. So I wonder what the first...More
there's the main cave that you can walk in and out of with wide passageways and well lit cave temples. Then you can sometimes walk and sometimes crawl through some of the more narrower, not as touristy area of the cave. This require a local...More
You had to pay a small entrance fee to get into the caves and then pay a separate charge of 200 THB for a guide if you wanted to go into some areas of the cave. We had a woman guide who had to be...More
The cave is located in a Temple area and always have entrance check as well as local guide. Local guide is compulsory for safety and for community job creation. The price is fair, same for Thai and tourist. We went with our 2 yrs old...More
We visited the Chiang Dao cave during our trip to Chiang Mai. It is about a 1.5 hour drive away from central Chiang Mai, however we hired a taxi service out for the whole day which cost us 1,500 baht (around £30-£35) as there were...More
A nice way to spend an afternoon. Entrance was 40 thb and the lantern lady costs 200. Some pretty amazing caverns and a few tight squeezes. Ladies, modest dress but something light - it’s gets pretty warm and humid inside. Try the buttered corn and...More
Quieter when arrived in the earlier morning. Will enjoy and photo bomb more the beauty of nature. Still consider raw for my opinion.
We have seen better caves. However definitely a potential with tourism support(I guess)
The 40 bath pp. entrance fee is worth it, at least you are in a cave, which is nice, and the temperature is good :) I would advice NOT to take the guided tour as it is OPTIONAL and of very poor quality (with the...More
Response from ndhouston | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we just caught the local bus to Chiang Dao from Chiang Mai, really cheap and doesn’t take long. We stayed overnight in Chiang Dao and then arranged a driver to take us to the caves, natural hot springs and a few other... More
Hi, we just caught the local bus to Chiang Dao from Chiang Mai, really cheap and doesn’t take long. We stayed overnight in Chiang Dao and then arranged a driver to take us to the caves, natural hot springs and a few other sights in the area. Was a good day.
Sorry I can’t remember exact costs. Hope this helps!
Response from Kathleen W | Reviewed this property |
this is not the caves the boys were trapped in, we were there in January 2019 and there is no threat of flooding. Do pay for the guide which is an additional cost to the small entrance fee, you get to areas that are... More
this is not the caves the boys were trapped in, we were there in January 2019 and there is no threat of flooding. Do pay for the guide which is an additional cost to the small entrance fee, you get to areas that are confined space so if you don't like climbing through small spaces don't go.