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Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

The entrance to this park is about 50 kilometers south of Hua Hin. The landscape features savanna-like plains and steep limestone cliffs at the seashore, and the park provides a rich experience of nature with good animal-watching as it is home to several rare species. Near the coast or from a boat you may be lucky enough to spot an Irrawaddy Dolphin passing by, and several caves in the park are worth a visit.

Kaeng Krachan National Park

Kaeng Krachan is Thailand,s largest national park covering about 3,000 square kilometers, almost half of Phetchburi Province. The park gets some of the heaviest monsoon rainfall in all of Thailand, which makes the rainforest particularly abundant in places. There are also savanna-like grasslands, mountains, steep cliffs, caves, waterfalls, and two rivers that are suitable for rafting. Animals living in the park include wild elephants, deer, tigers, bears and gibbons.

Pa La-U Waterfall

An excursion to Pa La-U waterfall is a must for every visitor to Hua Hin. Its about 68 kilometers from Hua Hin by road, and the last stretch of the journey is a dirt road requiring some driving skill. Many local tour operators offer trips to the waterfall, which can get quite crowded on weekends. If youre there during the right season, swarms of butterflies may be seen in the area.

 
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