Tham Yai Nam Nao (Phu Nam Rin)
Tham Yai Nam Nao Cave, or Phu Nam Rin, is about 955 meters high. Inside features the cave that is naturally beautiful with stalactites and stalagmites.
Admire the nature at Tham Yai Nam Nao or Phu Nam Rin, which is a large Cave on limestone mountain with the height of about 955 meters from the sea level. Inside the cave, there is a wonderful stalactites and stalagmites and there is water flowing from the mouth of the cave at all times. It became the origin of the name Phurin. The cave is also home to hundreds of thousands of fish. Some species are rare in the present and nearly extinct such as large belly bat, giant bat rat and the marshall crown bat. Walking in the dark cave with light from the natural chimney above the cave including the lighting of the installed electricity. This allows visitors to easily walk and see the beauty of the cave. Because the cave is a cold water cave with a depth of 4.5 km, the walking is divided into three ranges, the first phrase is about 400 meters, along the corridors including stalagmites, stalactites and caves. At the end of the booth, there is a beautiful curtain. The second phrase is from the distance of 400-1000 meters is a way to traverse, which you have to climb in. The third phase is about 1,000 meters to find a stream of clear water flowing all the time for tourists who want to stay close to nature. Outside the cave, there is a place for tents.