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Up early in the morning, down in the afternoon. We had a 4wheel drive, and it was needed to get to the upmost camp. Had a nice trek into the waterfall, and traveling in summer - few other trekkers, which made for an interesting walk.
With our Thailand trip we wanted to combine Bangkok, islands, national parks, countryside and some peek into every day Thai live outside the big city. So we turned south with Kaeng Krachan National Park being the only non-maritime national park along the route. The original...More
Huge national parc in which you can, if you're luckier than us, spot some wild elephants. We have visited the dam and the Pal-a-U waterfall. You can certainly visit the area with a normal car. A map is available at the camping by the dam....More
We went there for one night for outing. We stayed at a small resort/home stay close by the park arragned by the trip origanizer.
The park is beutiful and rich of nature. The environment is well conserved, having fresh air and very natural. Three- four...More
We decided to visit the park on the recommendation of a friend, it is quite close to Hua Hin, so decide to make a day of it. The drive is very nice,
Upon leaving the main highway the road meanders up the mountain and will...More
Only 3hrs driving from Bangkok, a proper 4WD is required for deeply access. It's home of many wildlife and possibly Thailand's top birds and butterflies watching location. Also good for watching Milky Way and morning mist.
It was very pleasant to discover a part of this national park. I saw only the water fall area until level 5 which was the last level opened to the public. very quiet and almost refreshing comparing to the heat of Thailande. Make sure you...More
We spent a great time here enjoying a boat trip at the dam seeing birds and monkeys. A chilled river ride where we could stop for swimming. There are tracks at the National Park that we will explore next time. It is easy to find...More
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We drove ourselves (from Bkk) and would recommend that. However, to drive past the first camp you need 4 wheel drive. The top camp is the best for wildlife and, if you're lucky, you'll see quite a lot. It's especially good... More
We drove ourselves (from Bkk) and would recommend that. However, to drive past the first camp you need 4 wheel drive. The top camp is the best for wildlife and, if you're lucky, you'll see quite a lot. It's especially good for bird life.
If you want to see big animals, I'd recommend Kuibui\ri a bit further south where you're almost guaranteed to see elephants and gaur. Last time we went there, we spotted a dhole (Asiatic wild dog) and, again, lots of bird species.