Khao Sok National Park is a haven for wildlife and nature in southern Thailand. Its landscapes are fascinatingly diverse, with the park including craggy limestone mountains, vast caves, rugged valleys and picturesque lakes surrounded by dense vegetation. A very large number of species call the park home - in fact it’s thought that around 5% of all the animal species in the world live here. The evergreen rainforest covering much of the park is believed to be the oldest of its type on Earth - even older than the Amazon Rainforest.
The best times of year to visit are between January and March, as the wet season lasts from April to December; temperatures are fairly warm year-round.