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Incredible rainforest scenery and amazing wildlife

Established as a national park in 1980, Khao Sok National Park stretches for 250 square miles and is one of Asia’s premier natural wonders. Ideally situated on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak and Koh Samui, spending a few adventure-filled days before you relax at the beach will live long in the memory and is highly recommended.

Why visit Khao Sok National Park?

  • Outstanding natural scenery
  • Diverse flora and fauna
  • Soft adventure for all ages
  • Unforgettable experiences
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Rainforest Camp

Rainforest Camp


One of the only floating tented camps in the world, the Rainforest Camp is situated on one of Thailand's most spectacular rainforest lakes and surrounded by jungle and towering limestone mountains.

The pool at Elephant Camp

Elephant Camp


Thailand's first luxury tented camp sits on the edge of Khao Sok National Park within the largest area of rainforest in southern Thailand. The scenery is dramatic, with soaring peaks, meandering rivers and jungle-clad forests filled with flora and fauna some of which is unique to this area.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no direct flights from the UK to Khao Sok National Park. Fly from Bangkok to Phuket and then travel onwards by road for approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Khao Sok National Park is also accessible from Khao Lak, Krabi, Koh Samui or Surat Thani.

Best time to travel: Khao Sok has the highest level of rainfall in Thailand, which of course helps maintain the rainforest. The best time to visit is during the dry season, between December and April, although some rain may still occur. The wet season is between May and November and while some trails may become slippery the majority of the activities within the park are available.

Koh Samet Climate Chart