Multi-day trips, especially those in remote areas, offer unique challenges and rewards. The key to a successful multi-day trip is good prior planning.
An intense day's birding here in the spring will often produce sixty to seventy forest species including Pittas, Trogons, Forktails, Kingfishers and Babblers. Add to that the enigmatic Rail-Babbler and the Great Argus and you've had a great day's birding.
A Lowland forested park of 150sq km, Khao Nor Chuchi / Khao Pra-Bang Khram National Park supports the most diverse remaining lowland birds fauna of any site so far known in Southern Thailand, with over 200 species of resident and migratory birds.
Sri Phang-Nga National Park located in the District of Kuraburi and Takua Pa,the Park is about 60 kms.from Khao Lak, Most of the Park is moist evergreen forest, this parkis good for bird watching and nature study, You'll find rare plant,mammals and birds,more than 100 species of birds ,in this park you'll see Great Hornbill,Wreathed Hornbill ,Helmeted Hornbill,Bushy-crested Hornbill,White-crowned Hornbill,all so Banded Pitta and many other birds are present.
The Hala Bala Wildlife Sanctuary is a natural gem, with some rare species still waiting to be discovered. For many connoisseurs of the country's natural heritage, this patch of cooling tropical rainforest on the border with Malaysia is one of the country's prime natural attractions.