Doi Phu Kha National Park
Known as the watershed forest, the ancient forest, Himalayas’ end, Undersea mountain. Discover Chomphu Phu Kha, the rare flower in full bloom during February.
Awarded with 7th Thailand Tourism Awards 2008 in the Northern Thailand Natural attractions category. 1,095,00 rai or 1,704 Square kilometres in area size, covering 8 districts in Nan province consisting of Chalerm Phra Kiat district, Tha Wang Pha district, Pua district, Chiang Klang district, Thung Chang district, Bo Kluea district, San Ti Suk district, and Mae Charim district. General environment. Forest in Doi Phu Kha national park consists of 6 kinds: montane forest, dry evergreen forest, mixed forest, Dipterocarp forest, pine forest, and grassland, where rare and near-extinct floras can be found. Phu Kha mountain comprises high mountain ranges, considered to be a part of Himalayas. It’s the highest Doi in Nan province with the height of 1,980 meters from sea level. Doi Phu Kha is also the source of many rivers suhh as Nan river, Pua river, and Wa river. It is presumed that the National Park area used to be sea, but then the earth crust clashed into one, evaporating the sea and creating a new land as of today. Entry fee: Thai adult 40 baht Thai children 20 baht, foreigner adult 200 baht foreigner adult 100 baht. Doi Phu Kha National Park also provide accommodation and campsite service with the fee of 300-2500 baht.