Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand

April 29, 2013 by  

Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, At 3000 sq km, Thailand’s largest park (0 3245 9291;; admission 400B; visitors centre 8.30am-4.30pm) is home to the stunning Pa La-U waterfalls, and includes long-distance hiking trails that snake through forests and savannah-like grasslands, and past cliffs, caves and mountains.

Two rivers, Mae Nam Phetchaburi and Mae Nam Pranburi, a large lake, and abundant rainfall keep the place green year round. Animal life includes wild elephants, deer, tigers, bears, gibbons, boars, hornbills, dusky langurs, gaurs and wild cattle. To explore Kaeng Krachan you really need your own transport, but it’s worth the effort as this majestic place sees few tourists. The best months to visit are between November and April.

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