Greatest campsites in Thailand

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For nature-loving travelers, camping is an unmissable activity in Thailand. If you want to go camping in Thailand, here are the best sites for you.

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Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai National Park is only about a two-hour drive from Bangkok, and it is well worth the trip. Inside this stunning campground, visitors will find cascading waterfalls and plenty of wildlife. Guests will sometimes see wild elephants in the early morning and evening crossing the road within the campground. There are also wild dogs, boars, and deer that are known to meander this national park.

Khao Yai National Park is home to two campsites. Lam Ta Khone is the better of the two, and it sits near the visitor’s center. It is a large open camping area surrounded by both a river and lake.

Khao Yai National Park (via South East Asia Backpacker)

Doi Inthanon National Park

Doi Inthanon National Park is found just outside Thailand’s northern capital of Chiang Mai. The park features several fantastic waterfalls visitors can discover along the way to the summit of Doi Inthanon, often referred to as the “roof of Thailand.” The nature trail located just below the summit of Doi Inthanon is one of the country’s most spectacular walks, giving campers plenty of things to see during their unforgettable, outdoor experience in the north of Thailand.

Phetchabun

Located about six hours north of the capital is the city of Phetchabun. It remains off the beaten path and is one of the most secluded places to visit, especially for those hoping to go camping. Khao Kho is the best place to do so in the city. This mountain sits at a whopping 1,143 meters (3,750 feet) high, and the reward for those visitors who make their way to the top will be stunning views of the surrounding mountainous terrain.

Camping in Phetchabun (via thailand sriwilai chaiyo – blogger)

There is also a reservoir in sight, and overlooking all of the amazing landscapes are the campsites; the name of the campground is Phukaew. There are also many mountainous accommodation options here, including hillside bungalows and rooms, a luxurious resort, and, of course, tents and other camping gear available for rent.

Erawan National Park

Erawan National Park is best known for its seven-tiered waterfall, but it is also a great spot for outdoor enthusiasts to take to their tents and spend the evening outdoors. Its location is about 45 minutes outside the historic city of Kanchanaburi, and guests can visit the park, rent a tent and mat, and enjoy the stunning surrounds for a few days. There is also an on-site restaurant there for campers to dine in.

Similan Islands

Similan Islands (via Culture Trip)

The Similan Islands have so much to offer its visitors. The national park, established in 1982, comprises 11 stunning and quiet islands. The Similan Islands also have arguably some of the best dive sites in the entire world, though its camping sites are not half bad either. The islands are located about 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) from Phuket, but they are well worth the trip. It is recommended that visitors reserve a tent on the Similan Islands before making the trek out there, as this is one of the most popular camping destinations in the country.

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