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Nam Nao National Park Fifty kilometres from the west of Lom Sak District is Nam Nao National Park. It is immense tract of forest still in its original state. It is filled with pineries, glass lands and virgin jungles. Nam Nao Park is a huge conservation park where people can learn about plants, wild animals or outdoor activities. Visitors can touch with the great nature and many wild animals closely with trekking. If not, Nam Noa is a paradise of people who love to watch the birds. It is habitat for more than 100 species of birds. The winter is the most popular season that a great deal of tourists usually come to visit because they can touch with the beautiful sea of frog and the alluring of the forest with many varieties of trees. [3]The mountains and forests create a cooler climate in the park. The daytime, temperatures are very pleasant with an average annual temperature of 25 Degree Celsius. The coldest month is being November that temperature as low as zero degree Celsius among the frost and beautiful pineries.


The Nam Nao National Park  Attractions include:


Tham Pha Hong  Within the caves are formations of stalactites and stalagmites. It is also a point from which to view the scenery at sunset.


Ban Paek Pinery 5 kilometres off the main road at km.49.


Phu Kum Khao Pinery  15 kilometres off the main road at km.53. Dense rolls of pine trees cover an area of about 10 square kilometres.


Namtok Heo Sai & Namtok Sai Thong  1 kilometre and 1.5 kilometres respectively off the main road at km. 67.


Kong Cliffs  which are 5 kilometres from the main road at km. 40 and the


Tham Yai Nam Nao near km. 60.


Phu Hin Rong Kla North along the border between Phitsanulok Province and Phetchabun Province, Phu Hin Rong Kla is a national park with scenic attractions and historical significance. In the past, it was the stage of armed conflicts due to political differences between the Thai people. Phu Hin Rong Kla's climate is similar to Phu Kra Dung and Phu Luang. Because of its high altitude, the park is cool all year round. In the cool season, when temperature can occasionally drop to freezing point, the mist is cooling and is pleasant. The deciduous trees and cold flowers attract many tourists.







Phetchabun Province, Nam Nao National Park, Phu Hin Rong Kla North.