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Bird Watching Khao Yai andKaeng Krachan National Parks

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5 days / 4 nights

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Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

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Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

Khao-Yai National Park announced as the first national park in 1959. And Khao Yai is now one of the World’s Natural Heritage Sites in Thailand The park is well managed and is most frequently visited by both local and foreign nature lovers. It’s mountainous area of 2,168 sq.km and about 160-km northeast of Bangkok . The park contains several streams and beautiful waterfalls and conserves a large population of mammals such as Asian elephant, gibbon, guar, deer and tiger. Visitors can stroll along the roadside or on one of the walking trails through the forest or simply in the grassland and have a close contact with a bunch of lively and colorful birds.


Khao-Yai supports a total of 318 bird species. Birding is good and convenient throughout the year. The most attractive birds includes the Crested Serpent-Eagle, Scarlet Minivet, Orange-breasted and Red-headed Trogon, Great Hornbill, Wreath Hornbill, Hill Myna, White-crested Laughingthrush, Red Jungle Fowl, Common Flameback, Blue-winged Leafbird, Black-crested Bulbul and Green Magpie.


Kaeng Krachan is the country’s largest national park, and regarded as one of Thailand ’s most important remaining wildlife habitats. Kaeng Krachan is truly a bird watching 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 National Park

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