The Weather and Climate in Khao Sok
Temperatures in Khao Sok National Park
Facts about Khao Sok’s Wet and Dry Seasons
Thailand boasts some of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, and Khao Sok is most definitely one of them. Thanks to it standing relatively unchanged over millions of years, Khao Sok has become a safe-haven for a variety of birds, insects, reptiles and mammals.
Khao Sok National Park is home to:
- 311 species of bird
- 48 species of mammal
- 30+ species of bats
- Countless insects and reptiles
- An estimated 200 wild Asian elephants
- Endangered tigers
While each species that calls our National Park home is incredibly special, there are a few which are particularly interesting.
Here are some fun facts about our Khao Sok residents:
- Lesser mouse deer are the smallest hoofed animal known to man
- Tigers can swim up to 6km!
- The great hornbill has a wingspan of over 1.5m
- Atlas moths never eat, surviving their short lives on fat reserves
Want to uncover more facts about Khao Sok creatures big and small?