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Located between the popular destinations of Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui, Khao Sok National Park is a Thai natural wonder.

Visitors have the chance to experience personal encounters with elephant, trek across stunning tropical rainforest and canoe down rivers that carve their way through awe-inspiring canyons. To date 48 species of mammals have been recorded in the Park including the Malayan sun bear, the clouded leopard, tiger, gibbon, mouse deer, tapir and pangolin just to mention a few. However many of these animals remain elusive and you are unlikely to spot most, but you are sure to spot a fascinating array of creatures nonetheless. 

Furthermore, 311 species of birds have been noted also as well as a wide variety of bats; the scope for adventure and exploration in Khao Sok is neverending. The secrecy and undiscovered nature of some areas of the park add to Khao Sok’s intrigue and appeal. With hidden gems scattered across its 739 sq km area, this national park gets better the harder you look.

Aside from the outstanding wildlife spotting opportunities, Khao Sok has a plethora of spectacular waterfalls.

With a seemingly endless scope for discovery this secret wildlife paradise has to form part of any nature lover’s Thailand itinerary.

Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198

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As Khao Sok lies in the centre of the Eastern and Western monsoon weather patterns, it receives rainfall from both. Read More

As Khao Sok lies in the centre of the Eastern and Western monsoon weather patterns, it receives rainfall from both.
The green season is from May to October and tends to be a little wetter than the rest of the year, especially in June and September. May is the best month to travel for birding enthusiasts as the rain forest is vivid in colour and it is the bird mating season.
The dry season (November to March) is generally better for trekking as paths can become eroded and slippery during the wet season.

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+44 (0) 1993 824 198