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Bird Watching Kaeng Krachan and Sam Roi Yot National Park

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3 days / 2 nights

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The country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats, Kaeng Krachan is truly a birdwatching must. Located only 4 hours drive from Bangkok , Kaeng Krachan boasts some of the best birding and wildlife viewing opportunities in the country. With over 400 bird species, the park is home to five species of hornbill: the great, pied, brown, wreathed and plain-poached. At the higher elevations of the park other delights include the long-tailed broadbill and the rachet-tailed treepie (in Thailand , can only be found in Kaeng Krachan).

A mere 2 hours drive from Kaeng Krachan is Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park , home to some of the best shoreline/wetland bird habitat in Thailand . Listed as a site of global conservation importance in the Asian Wetlands Directory of the IUCN, the marshlands support wintering populations of at least 28 larger wetland species and some 275 species in total.

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The country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats, Kaeng Krachan is truly a birdwatching must. Located only 4 hours drive from Bangkok , Kaeng Krachan boasts some of the best birding and wildlife viewing opportunities in the country. With over 400 bird species, the park is home to five species of hornbill: the great, pied, brown, wreathed and plain-poached. At the higher elevations of the park other delights include the long-tailed broadbill and the rachet-tailed treepie (in Thailand , can only be found in Kaeng Krachan).

A mere 2 hours drive from Kaeng Krachan is Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park , home to some of the best shoreline/wetland bird habitat in Thailand . Listed as a site of global conservation importance in the Asian Wetlands Directory of the IUCN, the marshlands support wintering populations of at least 28 larger wetland species and some 275 species in total.

The country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats, Kaeng Krachan is truly a birdwatching must. Located only 4 hours drive from Bangkok , Kaeng Krachan boasts some of the best birding and wildlife viewing opportunities in the country. With over 400 bird species, the park is home to five species of hornbill: the great, pied, brown, wreathed and plain-poached. At the higher elevations of the park other delights include the long-tailed broadbill and the rachet-tailed treepie (in Thailand , can only be found in Kaeng Krachan).

A mere 2 hours drive from Kaeng Krachan is Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park , home to some of the best shoreline/wetland bird habitat in Thailand . Listed as a site of global conservation importance in the Asian Wetlands Directory of the IUCN, the marshlands support wintering populations of at least 28 larger wetland species and some 275 species in total.

The country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats, Kaeng Krachan is truly a birdwatching must. Located only 4 hours drive from Bangkok , Kaeng Krachan boasts some of the best birding and wildlife viewing opportunities in the country. With over 400 bird species, the park is home to five species of hornbill: the great, pied, brown, wreathed and plain-poached. At the higher elevations of the park other delights include the long-tailed broadbill and the rachet-tailed treepie (in Thailand , can only be found in Kaeng Krachan).

A mere 2 hours drive from Kaeng Krachan is Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park , home to some of the best shoreline/wetland bird habitat in Thailand . Listed as a site of global conservation importance in the Asian Wetlands Directory of the IUCN, the marshlands support wintering populations of at least 28 larger wetland species and some 275 species in total.

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