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Huai Kha Kaeng info

24 Dec 2015 11:21 #3290 by bootly66
Replied by bootly66 on topic Huai Kha Kaeng info
Yes, I had checked the DNP page... I will probably go there again next week and will try for more info.. If not it will be tent again.

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25 Dec 2015 00:58 #3291 by onflipflops
Replied by onflipflops on topic Huai Kha Kaeng info
Hi Bootly,

From what I have heard, the bungalows are only available for those that have special permission to visit the park, which generally means access to parts a bit deeper inside.
I have never tried to get permission to go deeper, nor to book these bungalows, but if you do find out, I would love to hear about it.

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03 Jan 2016 11:13 #3322 by bootly66
Replied by bootly66 on topic Huai Kha Kaeng info
Woodpeckers from Huai Kha Kaeng. Unfortuneately I dipped on the Great slatey....a good excuse to go back..




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