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Phou Khao Khouay National Protected Area

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'''Tad Xay and Pha Xay''' are considered to be the most beautiful waterfalls of [[Phou Khao Khouay National Protected Area]] (PKK). They are actually two falls within less than a kilometer. The stream [[Houay Xay]] has its source in the northern mountains of the park, meanders throw through dense and relatively untouched evergreen and dry deciduous forest, and finally empties about 2,5 Km north of [[Ban Hatkhai]] into the [[Nam Mang]], one of the three major rivers of the PKK area. This small stream appears to be a calm and gentle creek with little water during the dry season (October to May). As soon as the rain starts to fall, though, it turns as quickly as it dried out into a roaring "wild dangerous beast" for the rest of the year. Particularly in September, Tad Xay id nothing than a thundering white wall.
By reaching Tad Xay, the crystal clear waters [[Houay Xay]] are cascading over seven 1-3 meter steps, and then flowing in a sharp curve to the left through a picturesque small valley, just to plunge only 800 meters downstream over a steep 50 meters cliff info a breathtaking forested gorge.
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