Thailand is rich in a variety of things which attracts people from all around the world to explore and experience. With around 102 national parks and 21 marine national parks, the Kaen Krachan is Thailand’s largest national park.
Kaeng Krachan National Park was named as a national park in June 1981 and covers an area of 2914 km square and is known to be the largest national park in Thailand.
This national park covers the rainforest section of the north and south part of Thailand and is also a part of the Western Forest Complex which covers an area of 18 730 sq kilometres across 19 protected sites between Myanmar and Thailand.
The national park is famous for its broad and diverse range of wildlife which includes elephants, deer, gibbons, tigers, leopards, dusky langurs, boars and wild cattle.
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The park is also known to overlap biozones for birds, which includes about 400 types of birds from hornbills, pheasants etc.
While visiting the park, some of the most iconic things to see is the Thor Thip waterfall, the Pala U waterfall, Wiman cav and Hanuman Plain to name a few.
A trek through the national park is a definite must for the adventurous type visiting Thailand, as it is a significant ecological area, which makes activities like trekking, fun and exciting.
The ideal season to visit the park is between the months of November to February where the climate is cool and dry. However, it should be noted that the weather also depends on what type of animals can be seen at the park.
The rainy period is also known to be the animals’ most common mating season amongst the flourish forest.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+