Tarn Ngam Waterfall Forest Park is located in Pa Khun Huai Sam Pat-Khun Huai Kong See Forest reserve. It is a forest park of 78,125 rais in Nong Saeng District, Nong Saeng Sub Ampur, Udon Thani Province and was gazetted on19 December 1984 by Royal forest Department.
Topography in the area is steep mountain and a part of Bhu Parn ranges which is separated into long stripe in the North. The area is highly slope and form a plateau on the top. Many rivers flow into Sam Pat, Huai Num Kong and Huai Kong See river. Huai Wang Kum in particular is a dense forest. In the south there is a rocky ground called Lae Sa-ard
Climate in Num Tok Tarn Ngam Forest Park is devided into 3 distinct seasons. Rainy season starts from June-November. Winter begins from December-February. Summer is around
Flora and Fauna
The main vegetation types are evergreen forest and dry dipterocarp forest. Plant species found in the area are Pterocarpus macrocarpus, Afzelia xylocarpa, Peltophorum dasyrachis, Sindora siamensis, Dipterocarpus Spp., Shorea obtusa and Shorea siamensis for instance. Undergrowth species are Bamboo spp., Dendrobium Spp., Ferns and Phyllanthus Spp. Wildlife spotted here include Wild Pig, Barking Deer, Macaque, Mouse Deer, Gibbon, Flying Lemur, Civet and
Huai Wang Kum
In the area where Huai Wang Kum river flows into Huai Num Kong river, Tarn Ngam Waterfall runs almost all year round. Above the fall up on the mountain, there are many rocky mounds, cliffs and beautiful and strange-looking caves. In the south, rocky ground called by villagers Lae Sa-ard is a good spot to view over beautiful scenery
Namtok Than Ngam Forest Park
Amphur Nong Saeng Udon Thani Thailand 41340
Tel. 0 4222 1725
How to go?
Tarn Ngam Water Fall Forest Park is only about 6 km from Ampur setting. There are 3 routes to get to the park as
1. Udon-Ban Lao-Kok Lard-Nong Saeng Sub Ampur route is about 35 kms.
Unon-Kum Kling-Ban Tad-Nong Saeng Sub Ampur is about 30 kms.
Keung-Nong Saeng Sub Ampur is about 60 kms.