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D-Day 2017 Phu Kradueng Tourism Season to Start Soon!

D-Day 2017 Phu Kradueng

Tourism Season to Start Soon!

After its natural rehabilitation closure during rainy season, Phu Kradueng National Park will be ready to welcome all adventurous tourists to come enjoy its natural beauty from 1 October 2017 until 31 May 2018.

Many of you might have conquered the peak of Phu Kradueng, but for those who haven’t, here are some facts about Phu Kradueng you need to know before putting on those hiking boots.

 

D-Day 2017 Phu Kradueng Tourism Season to Start Soon!
After its natural rehabilitation closure during rainy season, Phu Kradueng National Park will be ready to welcome all adventurous tourists to come enjoy its natural beauty from 1 October 2017 until 31 May 2018.

Many of you might have conquered the peak of Phu Kradueng, but for those who haven’t, here are some facts about Phu Kradueng you need to know before putting on those hiking boots.

A Bucket List for all Thais: Phu Kradueng

Phu Kradueng National Park is one of the top and best known national parks in Thailand, situated in Phu Kradueng district, Loei Province.

Why do people think that visiting Phu Kradueng is a once-in-a-lifetime experience? Its natural beauty and scenery is the answer. And with such a high altitude, cool weather is expected all year round. You can’t get enough of cool breeze and scenery for sure.

Why is it so famous?
Phu Kradueng’s high altitude provides natural beauty and scenery with cool breeze all year round. At the top of its peak, you will experience the magnificent sights you won’t forget. That’s why those who have been to the top always come back with the same advice – “Make sure you go to Phu Kradueng before you die”. It can take a lot of energy and strength to climb up to the top, but once you get there, its natural beauty is surely worth it.

Why natural rehabilitation is needed?
Many tourists climb up to the top of the mountain each year. It’s more than a must to give some time for the forest to restore itself. By letting the forest enjoy the rainfall without disturbance from tourists, animals can also enjoy a peaceful rest which brings back ecological balance.

So what are you waiting for? For more information, please call Phu Kradueng National Park 0-42810-833 and  0-42810-834 (government office hours)

P.S. If you want to camp out at night on top of Phu Kradueng, make sure you buy a ticket before 1.30 pm on the day of your climbing, or you miss that chance! (please go to http://nps.dnp.go.th/ for more information)


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