When you choose to visit an area that is home to an exemplary National Park, you are certain to be in for visual delights and an adventure or two; Khao Yai was proclaimed a national park in 1962 and is so vast it spans four provinces: Nakhon Nayok, Prachinburi, Saraburi and Nakhon Ratchasima. Nature lovers, bird watchers and eco tourists are amongst those you will encounter at Khao Yai as it attracts all sorts of tourists and visitors coming to Thailand.
Khao Yai is a popular Thai destination for national as well as international travellers, as city dwellers from Bangkok escape the hustle and bustle to re-discover the glory of nature. The fertile soil and tropical climate also attracts the growers and makers of New Latitude Wines and their vineyards enrich the countryside views.
Thailand’s National Parks are a credit to this country, each offering something special to discover and covering vast swathes of land. Exploring the parks presents the visitor with a wealth of experiences, from tropical rainforests, wild jungles, unique wildlife and habitats, exotic animals and adventurous activities like scuba diving, kayaking, mountain climbing, photography, bird watching and so much more.
Of Thailand’s more than 100 National Parks, Khao Yai National Park is considered to be one of the most popular. Located within easy reach of Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, Khao Yai is home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the country, including elephants, bears, wild tigers and exotic birds, such as the giant hornbill.