Thailand is a country with plenty of wildlife and nature, evident through the numerous National Parks. If you’re a nature enthusiast or just want to witness the beauty of the wild, Thailand has several options for you. Listed below are just a few for you to consider.
Kaeng Krachan National Park
This is Thailand’s largest national park, found in the Phetchaburi province. The park is known for its rich wildlife, mainly birds and butterflies. With over 40 species of birds, this is ideal for the bird lover. Main a rainforest, this park is an exciting destination for you to hike, bird watch, boat or even scale one of the tall peaks.
Phu Wiang National Park
Located 1 hour and 27 minutes from Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre or any other hotel in Khon Kaen, this national park reminds people of dinosaurs. It’s believed that actual dinosaurs trudged over this very land!
Khao Yai National Park
Created in 1962, the Khao Yaki National Park was the very first national park in Thailand. Popular among hikers and mountain climbers, it’s situated in the Sankamphaeng Mountain Range. You’re bound to spot leopards, monkeys, elephants, and gibbons here!
Khao Sok National Park
You’ll find this National Park located in the Surat Thani Province, consisting mainly of jungle and rainforest. The best time to pay a visit is during the dry season, more specifically between July and October. The trails tend to be extremely slippery during the monsoon season!
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