Saturday, 1 February 2014

Khao Yai national park,thailand

after a short break on the island of Koh Samet we headed back to the mainland and headed north to the thai national nature reserve of Khao Yai,a huge tract of undeveloped forested land home to many native animals and birds.unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances I only got to spend a night and a day in the park and so had to try and cram in a lot during that time.the scenes above show the forest and some of its inhabitants that we came across during a whistle-stop tour and a short jungle trek.the forest is home to elephants,deer,gibbons,macaques,birds of all sorts and last but by no means least tigers!.i will definitely be back to explore this amazing park at more length the next time I'm in Thailand.after leaving the park weve now headed north-east to a friends wonderful rural village retreat near Khon Kaen in Isaan area for a few days of R n R and wildlife spotting


Anonymous said...

Wow, crazy many animals in Khai yai:

I may change my plans and get there.


Wendy Mould AFCA said...

Wow!! looks like you are having a great trip. I know we will see some wonderful pictures come out of this one. Thanks for Sharing.