Khao Lak Lamru National Marine Park's rolling green hills and abundant wildlife are a primary attraction. The park grounds cover more than 325 square km (125 square miles) from the sea to the mountains, including a secluded sandy beach and several waterfalls. The park preserves some pristine tropical evergreen forest that is often supplanted in the south by fruit and rubber trees. Wildlife includes wild pigs, barking deer, macaques, and reticulated pythons. Walking trails
lead to waterfalls with swimmable pools. Three rudimentary cabins are available for overnight stays, as are tent rentals for visitors who do not have their own. The park headquarters, on the road from Khao Lak Beach to Khao Lak town, provides information about exploring or staying in the park.
025-794842; 025-5780529-National Park Division in Bangkok
Sep 24, 2012
We visit the park after getting they with the dive shop team http://www.khaolakexplorer.com/ the park is very nice, small beach and quite , good for relaxing. You can see a few wild animal, birds. I highly recomedn any of you to go.