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Kho Yai Trek 13N/14D ITKTH/000 2 – Above Khao Yai- Thailand

Khao Yai National Park is in the western part of the Sankamphaeng Mountain Range, at the southwestern boundary of the Khorat Plateau. The highest mountain in the area of the park is 1,351 m high Khao Rom.

This park lies largely in Nakhon Ratchasima Province (Khorat), but also includes parts of Saraburi, Prachinburi, and Nakhon Nayok Provinces.

This is one of the best place to travel. The park is the third largest in Thailand. It covers an area of 300 square kilometers, including evergreen forests and grasslands. Its altitude mostly ranges from 400–1,000 m above sea level. There are 3,000 species of plants, 320 species of birds like red junglefowl and coral-billed ground cuckoo, and 66 species of mammals, including Asian black bear, Asian elephant, gaur, gibbon, Indian sambar deer, pig-tailed macaque,[disambiguation needed] Indian muntjac, dhole, and wild pig. Although evidence of tiger presence has not been recorded recently, monitoring by Freeland Foundation in collaboration with Department of National Park rangers has discovered tigers (the Indochinese tiger subspecies) in other parts of eastern Thailand where they were previously thought to have been completely extirpated.[1] Its waterfalls include the 80 metre Heo Narok, and Heo Suwat made famous from the film The Beach. Namtok Sarika is popular with the Thais.

Day 01 Kong Kaew-Heo Suwat: The eight-kilometer trail starts from the back of the visitor centre. Cross Lam Ta Khong and follow the red paint markers on the trees. Gibbons can be observed. A trail off to the right goes to Pha Kluai Mai, and one on the left to Pong Chang. A guide is needed.
Day 02 Kong Kaew-Pong Chang II: The six-kilometer hike takes four to five hours. Follow Trail 1 to the turnoff for Pong Chang, and then follow the blue markers on the trees. Sometimes the signs can be confusing. A guide is needed.
Day 03 Kong Kaew-Pha Kluai Mai: The six-kilometer hike takes three to four hours. Follow Trail 1 to the turnoff, then follow the yellow markers on the trees. If starting from Pha Kluai Mai, the entrance to the trail is on the left of the road to Heo Suwat, 300 meters from the campsite.
Day 04 Pha Kluai Mai-Heo Suwat: The three-kilometer trail takes about 90 minutes. From Pha Kluai Mai, look for the sign to Heo Suwat. From Heo Suwat, the trail starts near the toilet.
Day 05 Heo Suwat-Thung Ya Khao Laem: Go upstream along Lam Ta Khong until the bridge and proceed to Thung Ya Khao Laem. The trail is three kilometers long and requires at least two hours. This trail should be guided
Day 06
Park office-Nong Phak Chi: Start opposite the food stalls and follow the signs along the four-kilometer trail to Nong Phak Chi. From here, follow the dirt road for one kilometer to a paved road and walk two kilometers back to the park office. This trail is very popular.
Day 07 Park office-Wang Cham Pee: Follow Trail 6 to the first turnoff, go right and then go right again at the next turn. Continue until you reach the highway at Km 36. It is one kilometer to the park office. The circular route takes a few hours.
Day 08 Kong Kaew-Golf Course Road: Start at the back of the visitor centre and stay parallel to Lam Ta Khong stream. The easy 1.5-kilometre walk is ideal for early-morning bird-watching.
Day 09 Park office-Mor Sing Toh: Follow Trail 6 and turn left at the first crossroads. The trail leads to an open meadow and a reservoir at Mor Sing Toh. Allow two hours.
Day 10 Park office-former TAT restaurant: Follow Trail 6 and turn right at the first crossroads. At the second crossroads, turn left. This six-kilometer trail requires a guide.
Day 11 Old TAT restaurant-Tat Ta Phu Waterfall: The trail follows the stream to the waterfall, with the return trip taking a full day. A guide is required.
Day 12 Dan Chang-Bueng Phai: Start at Km 32 and proceed for 1.5 kilometers.
Day 13 Nong Phak Chi-Khlong Ee-Thao: This four-kilometer hike sets off from the Nong Phak Chi wildlife observation tower.
Day 13 Final Departure day

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  • Well come drinks
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  • Lunch and dinner in each touring city.
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