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Visitor number restrictions?

20 Feb 2022 18:55 #5754 by curlywombat
Visitor number restrictions? was created by curlywombat
Is Khao Yai NP limiting the number of people that can visit each day?
If so, where does a visitor book a spot? Would it be normal or unusual for the park to reach capacity on a weekday?
Are there limits on the number of camping spots?
Thanks.

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20 Feb 2022 22:14 #5755 by onflipflops
Replied by onflipflops on topic Visitor number restrictions?
They were for a while earlier during  the pandemic. But The computer screens showing the visitor counts etc have disappeared.
Nobody is keeping track anymore. You can just go to the gate and buy a ticket and go in.




 

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23 Feb 2022 13:06 #5756 by wvwv
Replied by wvwv on topic Visitor number restrictions?
Camping is the only thing that can fill up.  Especially with them closing Pla Kluay Mai campsite.  But usually only full on long weekends; on a normal weekday will be fine.  I guess the bungalows that the park rents would also fill up during busy periods but can't speak from experience as I always sleep in a tent.

The DNP website has a function to book camping spots as well as tents and bungalows, but I've never used it.  nps.dnp.go.th/reservation.php

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