Khao Yai National Park Travel Information


Khao Yai National Park Description:

Covering about 000 square miles, Thailand's Khao Yai National Park is a diverse nature preserve home to hundreds of species of animals and plants.

The park's topography contains multiple geological zones including evergreen forests, deciduous forests, and grasslands within the protected boundaries. Tigers, elephants, monkeys, and bears roam this UNESCO World Heritage site along with hundreds of other mammal and bird species.

With pristine waterfalls and endless swaths of forest and jungle to explore, Khao Yai is a hiker's dream come true, but the park also offers plenty of easy trails and other excursions for the less rugged traveler on a luxury tour of Thailand.

Best Time to Visit Khao Yai National Park:

The highest temperatures are in March through May, and the rains that fall from June to September offer a welcome respite from the heat for travelers on tours of Thailand.

The high season for the park runs from October through February when travelers can enjoy the best weather.

How to get to Khao Yai National Park:

Khao Yai National Park sits northeast of Bangkok on the way to Nakhon Ratchasima province. The park is best accessed and navigated using a private vehicle while you're on a luxury tour in Thailand.

Khao Yai National Park Highlights:

Nature lovers and hikers come from all over the world to enjoy this World Heritage site's untouched grounds, but the destination is particularly popular among birders who gleefully search for the more than 300 bird species that live in the area.

Appropriate Attire:

Dress for a hike and bring along swimwear as you'll likely find the clear pools beneaththe waterfalls too enticing not to take a dip in.