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K Krachan drying out

25 Apr 2016 15:54 - 25 Apr 2016 15:54 #3708 by WT admin
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Both sites (Baan Krang and Paneonthung) open

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01 May 2016 13:09 - 01 May 2016 13:11 #3713 by Paul T
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I visited for the last 3 days and I think we can safely say the drought is over and the mountain rains have arrived (at least in KK) The forest was lush and wet and all of the major streams were running. On Thursday it rained at Baan Krang for 2 hours, on Friday 2 hours and Saturday 6 hours. The butterfly aggregations have started and at night there are massive moth blooms as well.

Now for the wonderful rainy season!


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01 May 2016 14:02 #3714 by rushenb
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Great news! :)

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01 May 2016 15:38 #3716 by onflipflops
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Can't wait to get back!

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