Pang Sida National Park

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1 week 6 days ago - 1 week 3 days ago #5081 by WT admin
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A new article by Paul T on his 5 day trip to a wet and windy northern section of Pang Sida National Park at the height of the rainy season. 

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pang sida national parkThis is a description of a 5 day period spent at Huay Nam Yen campsite in Pang Sida National Park during September 2018, the height of the rainy season. The area gets very few visitors in the rainy season and is suitable for a getting away from it all experience. Huay Nam Yen is also known as....... 


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1 week 4 days ago #5083 by onflipflops
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Even though I have had some good sightings in Pangsida, I totally agree that it is certainly not a park where you have success easily. And indeed spending a couple days could be quite disappointing at times.
I do like a challenge, and for me it definitely beats going to a place where success is guaranteed.
Only the presence of armed loggers is something that scares me.
Anyhow, hope to return someday.

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1 week 4 days ago #5084 by Paul T
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Any idea what the snake is Ton?

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1 week 4 days ago - 1 week 4 days ago #5085 by BKKBen
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Thanks for the write-up. Sounds like an interesting, if not challenging, place to visit. The isolation sounds very appealing!
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4 days 22 hours ago #5088 by onflipflops
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Ah yes, I intended to give the ID, but somehow forgot in my comment.

It's a Large-eyed Pit Viper, Trimeresurus macrops.
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