The geographical features of the National Park consist of high mountains, extending from the north to the southwest, and Luang Phra-bang Mountains extending from the north to the south (and being used as the boundary between Thailand and Laos). The height of mountains lowers to the west. Doi Khun-lan, situated in the east of the National Park, is the highest mountaintop (1,652 meters above the medium sea level) where Wa River flows from Luang Phra-bang Mountains passing the west of the area for approximately 7.5 kilometers.
Flora and Fauna
The whole area has plentiful natural resources. There are rain forest, semi-evergreen forest, montane forest, pine forest, mixed forest, and deciduous dipterocarp forest. For animals, there are things like tigers, bears, and peacocks.
The landscape mostly consists of high mountains, from 300-1,652 metres higher than the sea level. The highest one is Doi Khun Lan, which is on the east of the national Park. The first shorter one is Doi Dan Din, about 1,558 metres high. The second shorter one is Doi Khun Nam Poon, about 1,530 metres high. The third shorter one is Doi Khun Khoon, about 1,307 metres high.
For the weather, there are summer, rainy season, and winter. The summer starts from March to May. The rainy season starts from June to October. The winter starts from November to February. Be sure to plan for your holiday perfectly and choose a proper season to travel, so that your trip won’t ruined.