Vietnam has 33 national parks and nature reserves in all the land distributed. If you take a Hue city tour, you can find many of them. Explore the entire nature reserves and national parks in Vietnam:
Xuan Son National Park: Vietnam National Park in Phu Tho
The Xuan Son National Park is located in the district of Thanh Son in Phu Tho province in northern Vietnam. Phu Tho is bordered north to the provinces Tuyen Quang and Yen Bai and east of the provinces of Vinh Phuc and Ha Tay. The provincial capital of Phu Tho is Viet Tri and 90 km from Hanoi. In Xuan Son National Park, there are currently more than 314 vascular plant species, 48 mammal species, 121 bird species, 13 reptile species and 14 amphibian species. For more information on the Xuan Son National Park in [Xuan Son National Park in the province of Phu Tho in Vietnam].
Can Gio mangrove forest: Vietnam National Park in Phong Thanh near Vung Tau
The Can-Gio mangrove forest is located about 40 km from Ho Chi Minh City. The Can-Gio mangrove forest is one of the most famous and beautiful biosphere reserves in Vietnam. This unique mangrove forest covers an area of approximately 75740 hectares with more than 150 different plant species. Here are wild monkeys, numerous crocodiles, and many other wild animals at home. The mangrove forest is especially attractive for families with children because not only wild animals, monkeys, deer, bats but also many different species of animals can be best at here. The mangrove forest of Can Gio can be easily reached by speedboat and then take on foot or by boat the many excursions offered in the claim.
Ba Be National Park: Vietnam National Park in Bac Kan
The Ba Be National Park is located in the province of Bac Kan in northern Vietnam. The nature reserve of Ba Be covers a total area of 10,048 ha. The national park of Ba Be in Bac Kan is characterized by sprawling woodlands, cliffs, mountains, deep valleys, rivers and the unique natural lake of the Southeast Asian country. Here are numerous rare species of animals at home as the Owston’s palm civet, the Vietnamese Salamander. The Ba Be National Park is one of the few national parks in Vietnam, where more than 354 different species of butterflies have been counted.
Ba Vi National Park: Vietnam National Park in Ha Tay in Ha Noi
The Ba Vi National Park is located west of Hanoi in the Ba Vi District Ha Tay province. With a driving distance of only about 50 km from the capital of the National Park, Ba Vi is ideal for a weekend getaway from Hanoi. The Natural Park of Ba Vi comprises a Gesamtebiet of 7,377 ha. In the Ba Vi National Park are more than 812 different vascular plants, 44 species of mammals, 114 birds and 15 reptiles at home. The Park of Ba Vi offers visitors from Hanoi the opportunity in only 40 – 60 minute forget the outside world and to experience the still intact nature. The National Park of Ba Vi is easily accessible by car from Hanoi. There are also buses from several stations Hanoi to Ba Vi National Park. More info to Ba Vi nature park [Ba Vi National Park in Ha Tay].
Bach Ma National Park: Vietnam National Park in Hue and Quang Nam
The Bach Ma National Park is located in the provinces of Thua Thien Hue and Quang Nam. The National Park of Bach Ma has a total area of about 37,487 hectares and is located in the districts of Phu Loc, Nam Dong, and Dong Giang. The Park of Bach Ma was founded in 1991 and expanded in 2008. However, the history of the Bach Ma National Park goes back to the 30s, where the French colonial powers on the summit plateau a summer resort built which served mainly by French colonial officials as a resort. In the French colonial period, the first protected areas in 1937 were built in what is now Bach Ma National Park.
After the defeat of the French at Dien Bien Phu in 1954, the park was neglected and fell thus into oblivion. The name of the National Park Bach Ma has known only by the occupation of the US forces again. Since the Americans built a helicopter base at the summit and from here coordinated several combat missions to the Vietnamese resistance fighters. Even today you can still see trenches and an old tunnel system in Bach Ma National Park in memory of the Vietnam War.
The Bach Ma National Park is one of these days one of the few national parks in Southeast Asia, who have so many types of plants. According to sources from Vietnam were around 1,400 plant species and 330 bird species in Bach Ma National Park is registered. For more information on the Bach Ma National Park (English) under [Bach Ma National Park].