Khao Lak national park is next to the eponymous resort area national park. A mountain range dominates the surrounding area and forming unique landscapes Khao Lak. Khao Lak national park has a rather complicated shape and consists of two parts: the mountains are located near the coast, which gave the name of the entire surrounding area, and located in the heart of the continent Lam Ru Mountain. Despite the fact that the mountain of the national park can be seen from anywhere in Khao Lak national park, tourists see only a small part of the national park, the dimensions of which are quite impressive. The eastern boundary of the national park is separated from the coast at a distance of over 25 km.
The main advantage of this park is its location, close to the beaches and hotels in Khao Lak. Those tourists who come to Khao Lak national park for a beach holiday and have an idea about the nature of Thailand’s Phuket and Pattaya, the National Park provides an excellent opportunity to find out what actually is a large rainforest. And that is important for many tourists, learn almost effortlessly. The highlight of visiting program is, of course, a hike through a tropical forest. The word “real” is the key here, because Forest of Khao Lak national park is very different both from the nearby Phuket forests and forests of much of the rest of Thailand.
The main thing that catches the eyes of all coming to Khao Lak is gigantic proportions of all that grows in the national park. These 50-meter trees with large crowns, with the notable ten-distance are giant bamboos with a height of 15-20 m. Do not also forget about the unusual smells and sounds of a large forest. The smell of rotting leaves and the sweet scents of unknown color, powerful sounds of cicadas and native birds warble. In general, you will not regret visiting the Khao Lak national park. By Chong Fah waterfall quite scenic road leads, which is closer to the waterfall turns into wide and lot invested forest clearing. Go through the last is pleasant and interesting even in the wet season, when visiting national parks is not usually accepted.