Nam Nao National Park
Nam Nao, Nam Nao District, Phetchabun 67260, Thailand
About Nam Nao National Park
Designated as a national park in 1972, Nam Nao covers 966 km² in the mountainous forests of Phetchabun and Chaiyapum provinces in Northeast Thailand. It is the best national park in the area and one of the best in the country with good wildlife viewing, birdwatching, and hiking possibilities, supporting a range of IUCN red-listed animals and birds. The flora consists mainly of dry dipterocarp, mixed deciduous, hill evergreen, vast bamboo groves, pine forests, and some grassland areas.
Attractions near Nam Nao National Park
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Known for one of the best wildlife spots in Thailand, Phue Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary covers 1,560 km² in Chaiyaphum Province in Western Isaan Complex. The sanctuary is adjacent to 3 other protected areas; Nam Nao National Park to north, Tat Mok National Park to west and Ta Bao-Huai Yai Wildlife Sanctuary to south-west.
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The highest mountain in the Loei province and is famous for its stunning views and is one of the great trekking destinations in Thailand.
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