National Parks

In Thailand’s unspoilt national parks uncover some of the world’s most fascinating wildlife and natural beauty, a treasure trove of fauna and flora.

National Parks

Khao Sok National Park is arguably one of the most beautiful, spanning almost 740 square kilometres. Perfectly situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui, it can be easily woven into your itinerary through Thailand. Thick native rainforest, waterfalls and majestic limestone cliffs make up the park along with an island stubbed lake. Home to Elephant Hills Tented Camps, explore all this National Park has to offer whilst enjoying encounters with elephants during your stay.

Another National Park not to be missed is Khao Yai, full of lush tropical rainforest, scenic nature trails and majestic waterfalls waiting to be explored. The park which spreads across four provinces and just three hours from Bangkok is the oldest reserve in Thailand. Home to over 200 elephants and one of country’s largest populations of hornbills, it’s full of rich and exotic biodiversity.

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