Kui Buri National Park, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province

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4.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Kui Buri National Park is a national park of Thailand in the Tenasserim Hills in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. It was established in 1999.GeographyThe park covers parts of the Pran Buri, Sam Roi Yot, and Mueang Prachuap Khiri Khan Districts of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province.FloraThe forests contain dry evergreen and moist evergreen forests. Important trees are Dipterocarpus tuberculatus, Hopea odorata, Terminalia chebula, and different species of palms.FaunaSome animals that can be found in the park: Asian elephants Gaur Malayan tapir Wild Pig Leopard Serow Gibbons Macaque Langur Sambar deer Asiatic black bear Barking deer Fea's muntjac Banteng Lesser Mouse Deer
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  • the location of the elephant watching area has got nothing to do with Kui Buri National park - they are about 20km apart. Driving there without being able to read Thai road signs makes it virtually im...  read more »
  • We went there by to see elephants in the wild state and we were not disappointed! We rented the jeep with driver 850bths; paid 200bhts by adults and 100 baht for 2 years loulou! The guides and rangers to communicate the position of the pachyderms and we had the chance to see thirty in total; adults as well as babies; and the serenity that proves their property be preserved natural park! Go without hesitation! The only downside is that the guides do not necessarily speak English and as he has nothing to eat there!
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  • Distance from Huahin approx. 90km / 1,5 hours. Very nice and absolutely recommendable excursion. Journey through a vast nature. At the entrance of the National Park, climb on a pickup truck with a guide, through paved paths by the NP. Have some elephants in the forest stand watch and observed the chucks. Then two elephants while bathing in a pond. From the way back, a giant before us is trotted in front of us still out of the way. Completely relaxed and majestic.
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  • Well worth the hours drive from Hua hin saw lots of elephants and even a buffalo 200 bht each plus 850 bht for a pick up truck with guide would recommend binoculars and camera with good zoom.
  • worth visiting elephants in the wild. 200 entrance plus 850 a guide with a pick up truck. you move between 4 stations. you sit at the station and try to spot elephants. it would be great to have binoculars. I was there during a dry hot season (beginning of March, not the best time) and saw some elephants from the distance on the other side of the valley (about 200-300m). they were hiding from the sun. on the way back saw solitary male from about 20m. The park is open from 2-6PM.
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  • Cool elephants dude!
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