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Kui Buri National Park

#33 of 129 things to do in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province Features Animals
Moo 9, Baan Yan Sue | Had Kham, 77150, Thailand
+66 32 646 292
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Incredible day!

Used the car service from Hua Hin from Jeab (toysasafc191@gmail.com) as a previous person... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
pauljg91
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London, United Kingdom
Elephants in Their Own Backyard

It is wonderful to be able to visit a place such as this where the, Elephants and indigenous... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
martinbull301
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Hua Hin
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Moo 9, Baan Yan Sue | Had Kham, 77150, Thailand
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+66 32 646 292

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Used the car service from Hua Hin from Jeab (toysasafc191@gmail.com) as a previous person mentioned. Was a fantastic service, i couldn't recommend more highly. We arrived around 3pm, after an hour and a half drive, and spent the rest of the afternoon seeing elephant after...More

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Reviewed 20 April 2017

It is wonderful to be able to visit a place such as this where the, Elephants and indigenous species are able to live their lives in totally natural surroundings without having to perform, nor undergo any stressful, painful or enforced training. The Park was rescued...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

We drove from Hua Hin ourself and it was very easy with good roads all the way. Takes about 90 minutes. Don't arrive too early as the tours by pickup trucks only start at 2 PM and we didn't see any animals until gone 4....More

1  Thank Pat P
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Kui Buri National Park undoubtedly is best place in Thailand to see elephants in the wild, making it a great wildlife safari destination. And besides elephants, I have a reasonable chance to see the world's largest wild cattle species, the Gaur. On 25 March 2017;...More

3  Thank Goh W
Reviewed 5 March 2017

We did the overnight elephant stay as others have said truly amazing the highlight of out stay in Thailand . What an oppertunity to up see these beautiful creatures in their natural environment whist supporting the local community. The second day we did the early...More

Thank Wendy J
Reviewed 4 March 2017

Kui Buri National Park. Located about 1-1/2 hour south of Hua Hin, it is serviced by travel agencies in Hua Hin, or you can make y4our own arrangements. It is a place where elephants roam free and you can see other animals too. We rented...More

1  Thank Tom-2009
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

Ill keep it short: the trip we had was crazy cool. We booked a 2-day trip with 1 overnight stay. The first day we drove into the national park and visited a few spots to spot wildlife. At the second stop we stayed for almost...More

1  Thank Simon H
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Trips into this beautiful park are run mostly at 14:00 and 16:00. you must go into the park with a guide in a open backed truck and you must obey the guidelines. We drove into the park and despite the best efforts of the guides...More

1  Thank Dave S
Reviewed 25 January 2017

Well, it was over 2 years since my last visit, but we went yesterday with a friend. No reductions getting into the park yesterday for showing a Thai driving licence, but showing my Thai ID card, and my wife explaining that I was delivering business...More

1  Thank Neal O
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Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

A very exciting adventure. You go by a jeep in a beautiful landscape. The staff cover a large area and communicate with walkie-talkies to find the elephants. Finally after some sight-seeing in the forest we did see some elephants, two adults and a calf. We...More

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bowwowkitty
Can anyone recommend affordable overnight accommodations close to or within the park? Thank you!
12 April 2017|
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Response from Tom-2009 | Reviewed this property |
There is no reason to seek accommodation near the park. You can not explore the park on your own, only with guides and the park does not conduct the tours until 2 pm. Stay in Hua Hin.
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Thomas Brandl S
Hi, At the moment, I have 3 friends here, and they like to see the elephants in the national park. Maybe we will come with 5 persons and like to visit the national park to see the elephants. I live in Thap Sakae and my friends are here only until 16. January, than they go back to Bangkok. So we have to come before 16. January. Is there a possibility that we can visit the National park before 16. January? Best regards and have a nice day Thomas Brandl We don't know, where we have to contact for?
10 January 2016|
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Response from Worravoot |
Sorry so much for longtime send back massage to your question I'm not sure now you can come to kuiburi national parks for watching wildlife or not But next time you can contact me at info@baanraikongmun I'm Bill I have... More
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Curiousgal1987
Hi, I'm a little confused about visiting Kui Buri National Park. How easy is it to visit the park independently without hiring a separate company? I see there are tour companies online but it appears you can just show up to the park independently and the national park staff will pair you with a ranger and car is this correct? Could someone let me know if you can book this in advance or how easy is it to just show up to the park and be able to get inside? (I don't know if they have limited numbers of staff/cars?) Finally, what are the times you can book a tour/car and how long can you stay inside the park...I saw someone mentioned 2-6pm, does that mean you have to leave the park by 6pm or is that the last time they take visitors inside? Basically, I"m just worried about logistics since I'm on a tight time frame. Thank you for your help! (oh and if someone could just remind me of pricing one more time--it's 200 baht/person then 850baht for the truck--is that correct?) Thanks so much! My brother and I are trying to plan this but trying to do hikes and see wildlife without going over our budget is making me a bit stressed :) --THANKS SO MUCH! (PS we are going in Jan in case it matters)
25 October 2015|
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Response from Platinaj |
We've been staying in the area the last couple of weeks and are planning our visit now. From the Kui Buri website: Hueai Luek Wildlife Watching Area is an area behind Huai Luek Substation where local guides can be arranged... More
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