The park is located in Sai Yok, Sri Sawat and Thong Pha Phum districts of Kanchanaburi province. The park was designated in 1981, and has a total area of 1,532 square kilometers.
The limestone mountains are covered in evergreen and deciduous forests, the origin of Kwae Yai river. Abundant wildlife includes leopard cat, slow loris, civets, squirrels and bats. Birds found in the park include parakeets, kingfishers, beeaters, orioles and barbets. The north side of the reservoir is an important fishing area for local people.
How to get there
Take the route 3199 for 105 km from Kanchanaburi. From there you have two options. You can go by land following the laterite road for about 45 km (1.5 hours). Or by water – hire a boat from Khaoen Sri Nakarin market (Talad in Thai) or Ta Kradan district market, which takes about 1 hour.
Khaoen Sri Nakarin National Park
P.O.Box 27,Thong Pha Phum