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Already the trip from hua hin is an exiting experience going through the landscapes. The park and waterfalls are nicely hidden in the shadow s of huge trees and hundreds of butterflies saying hello 😀 an entrance fee is requested and you can go with...More
I have been in National park with my family for weekend holiday have many monkey 🐵 and we go with long tail boat go around with many small island we have pay for 500 THB about 60 minuets around national park and around national park...More
There are some amazing vista's to be found here, a waterfall and if you're lucky wild animals. If you are in Hua Hin expect a 2 hours drive to get to the park entrance. To fully experience the park and the best vista's it's advised...More
We started the day trip at 8:00 leaving Hua Hin with our guide and driver. It took 2 hours to get to the Park entrance. The first stop was a bathroom break nearby. There were loads of black bees around, not for the squeamish! Then,...More
Had a great time walking up the falls. One ten year old and one 17 year old together with us forty somethings. Was challenging enough to be fun for the kids but not impossible for us less fit adults. Enjoyed the hike.
Unspoilt nature at its best. Our first visit for almost a decade, we're wondering why we left it so long. It's easy to drive in for the first 15km but you need a 4 wheel drive to go beyond that. Several nature walks, stunning views,...More
A small group of us staying in Cha-am (great beach spot with few Caucasians) and man-oh man did we do some walking. Seems like we were in Burma. Giant trees and a huge forest reserve. Totally loved it! Go with someone who knows the park...More
Three days, two nights camping at the lower Baan Krang compund and a visit to the Pha NernThung campground after the busy local weekend. Saturday movement of 4x4 vehicles in time allocation for movement on the single track road was very early, noisy and excessive!...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... 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.