Haew Narok Waterfall is the largest and highest waterfall. Located in the south of Khao Yai National Park, there are 3 levels in total, the first level is about 60 meters high.When the water flows through the cliff, this layer will flow into the 2nd and 3rd tier cliffs next to each other nearby in a flow of 90 Degrees including the height of not less than 150 meters is a river that flows into the ravines below. In the rainy season, the water flows so strong that it looks scary.
Kong Kaew Waterfall
Kong Kaew Waterfall is a low waterfall formed by Huai Lam Ta Khong. In the rainy season it looks very beautiful. Suitable for swimming Near the waterfall area, there are two suspension bridges and streams. Importantly, this waterfall is only about 100 meters from the Khao Yai Visitor Center. However, for the Huai Lam Ta Khong It is considered as the boundary line of 2 provinces, namely Nakhon Nayok Province and Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Pha Kluai Mai Waterfall
Pha Kluai Mai Waterfall It is a medium-sized waterfall in Huai Lam Takhong as well. It looks like a cliff descending down to a height of about 10 meters, about 7 kilometers from the Khao Yai Visitor Center, accessible by car and by foot. The pathway starts from the Pha Kluai Mai tent about 1.2 kilometers, by walking along Huai Lam Takhong, which is full of large and dusty plants. (Walking comfortably, not hot) and also has the opportunity to meet a variety of birds such as gray-tailed magpie, black-necked hoopoe, northern bulbul, etc.
Haew Suwat Waterfall
Haew Suwat Waterfall It is a very famous waterfall. And known by the general public, located at the end of Thanarat Road Or you can walk on foot from Pha Kluay Mai Waterfall for about 3 kilometers. This waterfall looks like a river. Falling from a cliff about 20 meters high, debris at the bottom of the waterfall is a pond and stream. Suitable to swim But during the rainy season, there will be plenty of water and a strong flow. Playing in the water should be very careful. For your safety,