Doi Inthanon National Park will start taking bookings Wednesday as the Chiang Mai mountain attraction prepares to reopen Aug. 1

Park chief Kritsayam Kongsatri said Saturday that while many national parks around Thailand already have reopened, the number of facilities scattered around Thailand’s highest mountain required more time put in place required disease-control measures.

Doi Inthanon will be limited to 1,200 visitors a day, he said. Viistors also will have to pass a temperature screening and wear masks while in public facilities or in groups.

Group sizes also will be limited, he said, to “family-size” parties.

Reservations are required via the QueQ app starting July 15. Entry fees remain the same: 300 baht for foreigners and 50 baht for Thais.