Capturing the Landscape – Vietnam National Parks
Vietnam is one of the most visited places in Indochina and for good reason – it has everything to offer a traveler is looking for: Beautiful landscapes, a delicious cuisine, rich history and interesting culture. The Vietnam national parks are a must see as well. From the mountainous north to the Mekong river delta in the south, there are many beautiful options.
But which Vietnam national park should you visit? We collected the most noticeable and interesting ones for you to make it easier to decide.
The best Vietnamese national parks
Here are some of the best Vietnam national Parks:
Phu Quoc National Park
Located on the north of Phu Quoc island this Vietnam national park is a perfect target for campers and hikers. More than 200 different animal and 1000 different plant species inhabit this gem of a park. Giant age-old trees and even older forests are easily accessible by foot. The Island is situated just off Vietnams mainland and can be reached by boat quite easily.
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park
This Vietnam National Park is home to the world's largest cave, with its own ecosystem inside. It is covered with beautiful and fascinating geological formations such as stalagmites. There are over 300 caves spread around the park which makes it a hotspot for cave-lovers and dwellers. The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a must see and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Vietnam.
Cat Ba National Park
Near Halong Bay several hidden paths lead through the dense overgrowth of the Cat Ba national parks rainforests. Hiking through the parks valleys and over its hills brings joy to your heart. Waterways and mangroves are to be found everywhere. For your wildlife expert there is also a special treat to be found here: The white-headed Langurs life and hide in this Vietnam National Park.
To Don National park
To Don is the largest Vietnam National Park. It features amazing scenery and breathtaking landscapes. If you have the time to spare you should definitely visit it. This nature reserve is home to some astonishing wildlife, like the Indochinese tiger, bears and more than 450 types of birds. Beautiful waterfalls are also to be found here. If you want, you can even take a ride on an elephants back.
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