Op Luang National Park is characterized by a dramatic geography comprising steep mountains, verdant valleys, rugged canyons, and sparkling rivers. The park’s most spectacular geographic feature is the 300-meter-long Ob Luang canyon, which was formed over millennia by the erosive power of the Mae Chaem River.
Flora and Fauna
The park hosts a wealth of biodiversity, boasting a myriad of plant and animal species. Trekking the trails of Ob Luang will expose you to a rich variety of flora, including mixed deciduous forests and teak plantations. The park is also home to a diverse assortment of wildlife such as deer, gibbons, monkeys, and numerous bird species.
Climate and Best time to visit
Op Luang National Park experiences a tropical savanna climate with warm weather all year round. The best time to visit is between November and February, when the weather is cooler and drier, making it perfect for hiking and exploration.