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Mae Charim National Park Nan Province

  • Mae Charim National Park comprises 434 square kilometers and covers mountain terrain in Wiang Sa and Mae Charim, Nan Province adjoining the Thailand Laos Border.
  • The geography of the park is rugged mountains running north to south ranging in elevation from 300 meters to the highest elevation being 1,652 meters at Doi Khun Mok Mae Charim Mountain. Other significant mountains in Mae Charim National Park are Doi Daen Din at 1,558 meters, Doi Khun Nam Pun at 1,530 meters and Doi Khun Koon at 1,307 meters above sea level.
  • The vegetation ecosystems are Hill Evergreen Forest and Moist Evergreen Forest.
  • The animal species to be seen here include, Sambar Deer, Macaque, Asian Bear, Siamese Hare and Common Muntjack.


The major tourist attractions at Mae Charim National Park are;
  • mountain scenery
  • rafting on the Lam Nam Wa (a total distance of 15 kilometers)