Known For : Trekking/Hiking Wildlife Wineries
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Khao Yai is Thailand's oldest and most visited park established in 1962. It covers more than 2,100 square kilometers. The park boasts a lush green landscape, rugged mountains with thick forests, marvellous waterfalls, exotic species of birds and animals.
Best Time: November to April
Doi Inthanon National Park is home to the highest peak in Thailand, Doi Inthanon. The Park is a treasure trove of natural beauty, containing many specimens of the animal kingdom, lush jungles, waterfalls and a massif of mountains in the background. Some tribal communities also reside within this protected area, with authorities working tirelessly towards their cultural growth.
Kaeng Krachan National Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the outskirts of Hua Hin, deemed to be a tourist town in Thailand. The park is the largest one across the exotic country and is a continuation of the Tanintharyi Nature Reserve of Myanmar that can be reached via a vehicle in just under two hours from Bangkok. The park is over 2915 square meters of lush forest area containing an enormous biodiversity and is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the nation.
Erawan National Park, named after the white three-headed elephant of the Hindu mythology, is a little far from Kanchanaburi centre. It is a beautiful forest with the 7 layers of waterfalls, bridges and many rocks. Many of the waterfalls have tranquil and serene pools where you can enjoy a swim.
Visiting these National Parks when you visit Thailand is a must as it will make you feel one with the nature and fill your heart.