National Parks in Thailand

National parks in Thailand along with wildlife sanctuaries amount to 25,000 square kilometers and they are scattered uniformly throughout the country. Thailand wildlife tours are an experience in itself and provide the
nature lovers options to explore the forests and amazing variety of flora and fauna.

There are some National Parks in Thailand like the Khao Yai, Doi Inthanon and Khao Sok which are a tourist destination in themselves and here you can spend some days as well as there are facilities for accommodation and food. Here you will find well-equipped guest houses, restaurants and whole range of exciting activities.

Then you can go for a day excursion to other National Parks in Thailand and it may be a nature or an adventure tour. In many of the Thailand National Parks advance bookings are required if you happen to arrive in the peak season that is from October to February. You will get bungalows which can be luxurious to very simple. The national parks in Thailand which offer camping sites usually provide tents on hire.

Some of the national parks in Thailand which must be included in your tour itinerary are Khao Yai National Park where you can spot elephants. tigers, bears, giant hornbills as well as innumerable varieties of wild flowers, trees and magnificent water cascades .

Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai nestled in Thailand’s highest mountain (2,565 meters). Ko Samet in Rayong province where you have a Marine National Park.

Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi
Sam Roi Yot National Park in Prachuap Khiri Khan with caves, islands, exotic beaches and wildlife adding to the charm.

Khu Khut Waterfall Park in Songkhla is home to 140 resident and migratory species of birds. Ao Phang Nga National Park in Phang Nga
Tarutao Marine National Park in Satun province and Ko Samui and Ang Thong Marine National Park

There are many more left to discover among the National Parks in Thailand and when you go on wildlife safaris in Thailand it is indeed an enriching experience.

Source:travel.mapsofworld.com

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