National Parks in the South
Si Khid Waterfall National Park
Si Khid waterfall national park is located in Par Yang Prong and Khao Yai national forest reserves with
headquarters in Si Khid Sub-district of Sichol district in Nahkon Si Thamarat province.
The 145 square kilometers park was established as a national park on 17 June 1999.
It is a part of Nakhon Si Thamarat mountain range (Banthad mountain range) which
is on the border between Surat Thani and Nakhon Si Thamarat provinces.
The highest is Keymode mountain at 1303 meters above sea level. The others are Khaonang
mountain at 881 meters, Wangpung mountain at 600 meters, Plaiclarm mountain at 599 meters, and
Khunhuaykaew mountain at 582 meters. Most of the plain areas are found on the eastern part of the park.
The mountains are the sources of water and there are many waterfalls, streams, ponds, and limestone caves
in the park.
Since the area is influenced by the monsoons from both Andaman sea and Gulf of Thailand
it receives long rainy season. May to January are the months with most of the heavy rains.
Dry season is from February to April.
Moo 2, Si Khid Sub-district, Amphur Sichon, Nakhon Sri Thammarat 80120.
Visitor center, rest rooms, restaurant, and camp ground are available for tourists.