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Khao Yai National Park, Pak Phli

(4.1/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
With its evergreen forests, grasslands, and cascading waterfalls, Khao Yai National Park offers abundant scenic beauty and numerous hiking trails. Along your trek, you'll cross paths with some of the 300 species of birds and mammals common to Thailand, like elephants, bears, otters, and monkeys. If you don't manage to see everything in one day, consider spending the night on one of the campgrounds. Before you head to Pak Phli, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Pak Phli vacation builder, to make sure you see all that Pak Phli has to offer, including Khao Yai National Park.
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  • Jungle landscape with waterfalls. Once in a while you can see some monkeys, snakes and lizards.
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  • We were lucky during the trip in the Park, several vehicles detained, I ask what happens, the Guide stops and I respond, "there are wild elephants", I say stop and let me get to photograph them, the driver stops and I low, inner me ten or twenty metres into the forest and there are, two females and a small in a group and another group that fails to distinguish , moved very fast towards me, I remove toward the road and segui filming. It was the best of this trip, few Thais have seen wild elephants in their habitat and we have had this luck
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  • In the January 2017, I was once again in the Khao Yai National Park. This Park is very large, to arrive about 2172 sq km, so it is advisable with your own car. But even then you can't do everything in one day. The waterfalls are worth seeing. Want you there but go to down, then you should be somewhat fit. They are not suitable for toilets or wheelchair, but also heart cardiovascular patients. Also interesting, the vistor Center, which you reach after a few kilometers, if coming from Pak Chong. Caution is announced when the wild elephants, which now and then scrapping a car. You can watch videos to YouTube. A tip: you should visit the Park during the week if possible. At the weekend, just too much is going on.
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  • Jan 2015 - Love this place! It's so serene and quiet here that makes you feel like you're all alone here. Many walking trails for you to just stroll and enjoy nature. I didn't spot any elephants but maybe next time!
  • As a natural park. Deer walk by the very strong water Suez heaw Watson walking distance and there is a camping area.
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  • The Park is a world heritage site. Well-known foreigners returning to hiking camping It is a popular season Amazon because trees, beautiful waterfalls, it has as much water a hotel overnight, heavy type, but at this time, no campaign fodder, helping each other because it will damage the natural balance.
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  • Walk it like children visit to Bangkok, ease up on stage directions. Side views are pretty easy drive, prachinburi, guys.
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  • Ideal for spotting animals driving Good weather all year round.
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