Khao Sok National Park, in the Surat Thani province of Thailand, is the largest pristine forest in the area and is a small part of a rainforest that in yesteryears was bigger and denser than the Amazon rainforest. Rich and diverse in flora and fauna, the park is one of the best places to witness rare species such as Rafflesia flower, hornbill birds, gibbons and tigers. Punctuated by limestone cliffs, mountains, splendid sandstone and mudstone rocks, this is the wettest part of Thailand.
Khao Sok National Park should be explored over a period of 3-4 days. This allows tourists to enjoy the rainforest by visiting elephant camps and opting for adventure thrills such as canoeing. The National Park is known for hiking, the stunning jungle cave temple, spectacular waterfalls, and sightseeing. To explore more, continue on to Chiew Lan Lake and find intriguing rock formations. Bamboo rafting is a star attraction for those visiting the Khao Sok National Park. The Park also has nine other trails to choose from which are unique in their own way.
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