Mui Ca Mau National Park

Mui Ca Mau National Park, the land in the territory of the administration communes of Dat Mui, Vien An, and Dat Moi communes, Ngoc Hien district, Ca Mau province, about 100 km to Ca Mau City and nearly 400km to the south-west of Ho Chi Minh city.

This is a mangrove ecosystem has naturally a very high value biodiversity, natural landscapes, environment, culture and history, as part of the biosphere reserves world Mui Ca Mau UNESCO on 5/2009.

Mui Ca Mau National Park was established in 2003 when Dat Mui nature reserve is converted into national parks in the system of special-use forests in Vietnam. This is the southernmost point with the last milestone of Vietnam’s mainland. Mui Ca Mau National Park has a total natural area of ​​41,862 ha, in which the land area is 15,262 ha, and the coastal area is 26,600 ha. There is an interesting annual ground area of ​​national parks, which has always been extended in a natural way, each year Mui Ca Mau has the encroachment of tens of meters over the sea. This is an interesting point to attract more tourists to the area.

Mui Ca Mau National Park have long-term conservation goals of standard ecological samples with the national, regional and world importance, which serves tour operations, tourism and international cooperation. Besides, it builds and experiences models of conservation and sustainable use of mangrove resources, and promotes the value and economic functions of wetland ecosystems, protects biodiversity.

Mui Ca Mau National Park

This is an area of ​​ diverse mangrove ecosystems with flora dominated by mangroves. There are many species of animals listed in Vietnam’s Red Book and Red Book of the Association of International Nature Conservation (IUCN). In addition, there are many migratory birds from around the world coming to this land including many species of rare birds such as Sen Bird, Chang be.

It is the Ca Mau National Park in the Biosphere Reserve Zone of the world that has contributed significantly to the conservation of biological diversity of wetland ecosystems, the conservation of human values ​​serving sustainable development goals as well as increasing the attractiveness to visitors from near and far.

U Minh Thuong National Park

About 60km to the south of Rach Gia Township, U Minh Thuong National Park U is in Minh Thuong district, Kien Giang province. The Prime Minister has upgraded it from the Nature Reserve U Minh Thuong National Park according to the Decision No. 11 /2002 / QD-TTg January 14, 2002.

U Minh Thuong National Park covers an area of ​​21,107 ha, which core area accounts for 8038 ha, and buffer zone accountsfor 13,069 ha. This is the type of tropical forest ecosystems and wetlands which are very rare in the world.

Animal and plant systems in U Minh Thuong National Park is diverse and rich: besides local melaleuca tree (Melaleuca cajuputi), there are over 243 species of higher vascular plants, including many species high wood, such as Bui, Foam, Dau, Tram, Gao, …

With the presence of 32 species of mammals, 186 birds, 39 amphibian reptiles, 34 species of fish, U Minh Thuong National Park has the most plentiful flora and fauna in the area of Mekong Delta. Many animals such as hairy-nosed otters, fishing cats, gray legs pelican, etc are recorded in Vietnam and the world Red Book.

U Minh Thuong National Park

After weaving among the canals by boats, tourists will have the opportunity to explore the bird sanctuary, visit the Mang Doi – the two main tourist routes that have been exploited in U Minh Thuong National Park. Meanwhile tourists can watch a whole corner of the lush, green forests of U Minh Thuong from the hunt watch (to watch the fire).

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And if coming to U Minh Thuong National Park, visitors do not forget to enjoy the specialties of flavor river land as the fish, snake or eel and forest vegetables. In order to serve the needs of tourists eating, U Minh Thuong National Park has been equipped with the cafeteria system serving country cuisine.

Tram Chim National Park

Located in the middle of the lowland acres of submerged Dong Thap Muoi, Tram Chim Tam Nong has the area of 7612 ha of natural area in the territory of five communes of Tan Cong Sinh, Phu Duc, Phu Tho, Phu Thanh, Phu Hiep and Tram Chim town -Tam Nong district, Dong Thap province. After the planning, development and expansion, in early 1999, this place was officially recognized as “Tram Chim National Park” by the government – great joy and pride for the people of Dong Thap.

It has natural beautiful scenery with vast rivers, untouched mangrove forest green and rich vegetation with over 130 different species. The land of “the dry field and fire grass in six months, and white water flooded in the other six months ” is also the habitat of hundreds of species of vertebrates, dozens of fish species and over 198 species of water birds, about one quarter number of birds in Vietnam.

In season from August to November, to try to drive around the park, you will feel all the beauty that nature has generously given this place when spreading out in front of our eyes are lotus, water lily, paddy, mat, rush, etc and other animals like eels, snakes, turtles, pythons; the species of fish in the field and birds such as storks, herons, ducks, little cormorant, etc. Among them, there are many species of rare birds in the world such as white wings swan, yellow te, pelicans, and especially Sarus Crane, also known as red-headed crane. They are classified, as animals should be protected as endangered of instinct in the world.

Tram Chim National Park

From late December to early May, the crane fly to resident at Tram Chim every year. At this time, you will see flocks of red-headed crane flying with other birds to find food – an amazing spectacle scene that seduces the heart. Many high crane near 2m, gray silky fur, legs and neck, wings outstretched in flight, deliberate gait, and right apex. They gathered outside the field, flying with a rolling motion, dancing with wings opened wide in the rhythm, and burst into the pleasant sounds. Surely, you will be attracted to the rhythm scene of colony mysterious crane in the twilight of sunset …

Thus; the name Tram Chim has long become familiar with the press and international organizations. There were many foreign delegations to our country to come visit and research in Tram Chim. Tram Chim National Park has been currently invested by the State, upgrading and expanding into a nature museum, a center of tourism attractions. Many conservation organizations have international funding to maintain and protect the Tram Chim- precious asset of our Vietnam in general and of Dong Thap in particular.

Coming to Dong Thap, heading to Tram Chim Tam Nong to watch crane dancing in couple, hearing the rustling Indigo forest would definitely be your unforgettable memories.

Bu Gia Map National Park

Bu Gia Map is not only the important historical vestige during the resistance war against the U.S., sites associated with the fierce battle in the East South but also the eco-tourist attraction for travelers prefers extreme sports and wild nature.

Bu Gia Map National Park is the conservation of rare and precious species of fauna and flora rich in South-eastern region. The total area of ​​26,032 ha, in which the natural area is 21,476 ha, including 388 hectares of rich forest, 2,798 hectares on average forest, 1692 ha of poor forest, 5,064 ha and 11,434 ha of mixed forest of bamboo forest. National Park buffer zone covers an area of ​​15,200 ha including 7,200 ha and 8,000 ha in Binh Phuoc province of Dak Nong province. Before 2002, this area was the conservation areas, and then it was transferred into national parks by Decision No. 170/TTg November 27, 2002 by the Prime Minister.

Bu Gia Map National Park belongs to the lowlands of South Central Highlands with the highest mountain is 700 m above sea level. River systems including Dak Huyet, Dak Sam rivers flows along the border of Vietnam – Cambodia division, Sá Dak, Dak Song Rivers and Dak-Me stream. National Park vegetation is diverse and rich, organized immigration from many plants in the South East Asia. This is the place for the conservation of rare and precious species of fauna and flora and medicinal plants, and protection for headwater reservoirs of the hydropower projects of Thac Mo and Can Don, Soc sub-domain, for any scientific research, environmental education and ecotourism development.

According to survey results, there are 724 species in 326 limbs, 109 families, and 70 sets of 6 different plant sectors. In particular, the forest is deeply found with the character of primeval forest with the predominance of oil plants and their many legumes such as mixed rare hybrid, quartz parts, perfumed wood, rosewood and 278 medicinal plant gardens, including many types of semi-evergreen closed forest and tropical semi-evergreen forest type humid tropical half.

Bu Gia Map National Park

This is also the habitat of species of wildlife, including many species recorded in Vietnam Red Book as the sun bear, leopard, wolf fire, bull, bison, red head chicken, bear, elephants, black-footed scrub, etc. Because there’s bold primeval wilderness characteristics of moist evergreen forest, with deciduous forest oil, alternating bamboo forest trees, the park is home to many kinds of animals of the flexible pig-tailed monkey heads, monkeys, golden monkey, five-color langur, gray langurs …

There are 437 animal species, 73 species of mammals, of which 59 species recorded in Vietnam Red Book. There are 168 species of birds, 10 species are currently threatened with extinction, such as pheasants, great hornbill, pink, purple, zebra beak hornbill, peacocks, pink-gray bird nest. .. There are 30 species of reptiles and 12 species recorded in the Red Book. It has identified more than 200 species of medicinal herbs can do, such as monkeys, snakes, pythons, geckos, honey, etc.

Bu Gia Map National Park is the attractive ecotourism address for tourists who like adventure sports and wildlife.

Pu Mat National Park

Location: Tuong Duong District, Anh Son District, and Con Cuong District – Nghe An Province

Located in Nghe An Province, Pu Mat National Park is the flagship park on the northern massif of the Truong Son Mountains along the Vietnamese-Lao border. The area contains some of the world’s most threatened species. Here, in these steep forested mountain slopes of the Vu Quang Nature Reserve and in the neighboring protected area of Pu Mat National Park, a team of Vietnamese and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) scientist recently discovered a new genus of large mammal, the sao la (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis).

Visitors taking Highway 7 from coastal Vinh to Pu Mat meander west through pure, rustic beauty towards the border. The park headquarters are near Con Cuong, a small “wild west” town perched on the banks of the huge and slumbering Ca River, which is itself nestled amongst precipitous karsts peaks.

Pu Mat true wilderness with spectacular features such as the Kem Waterfall is accessible only to well-organized expeditions. However, the reached buffer zone shares the park’s beauty. Park staff can direct visitors traveling on foot or b motorbike to ethnic Thai or Dan Lai (Tho) village and can even help arrange for stay in the villager’s stilt houses in the luscious, forested river valleys. Here, visitors can experience the park’s extraordinary diversity, although they wont’s glimpse the more magnificent wild animals, such as Asian elephants, tiger, sao la, Asian black bears, or yellow-cheeked gibbons.

Pu Mat National Park

Those who stop to rest or swim in the shimmering rivers may catch a glimpse of rare, giant black squirrels jumping through the forest canopy and might hear the crested argus, a beautiful pheasant with one of the world’s longest sets of tail feather. The buffer zone is the perfect place to see local people living together with the forest. Elderly Thai women search for gold, using stick to balance themselves in the rivers. Young men and women build large wooden waterwheels to irrigate their small fields. Local villagers will guide visitors through labyrinths of karsts caves during nighttime bat surveys. Many caves are over ten kilometers long. Surveys have shown that these caves may contain the greatest diversity of bat species in Viet Nam.

Habitat destruction and hunting threaten the park’s animals and plant, which deserve the highest global priority for conservation. The Pu Mat National Park staff is working hard to save this jewel for future generations.

Chu Yang Sin National Park

Located in the territory Lak and Krong Bong districts of Dak Lak, and 60 km to the east of Buon Ma Thuot City, Chu Yang Sin National Park is regarded as sightseeing, ecotourism attraction that is not inferior to York Don National Park. This is a high mountain area, where the focus of many headwater streams, large and small rivers in the province of Dak Lak.

The north of the park is the K Ea ‘Tuor stream which flows from north to south then flocks to Krong Kno River. Krong kno River pours water to Srepok River then flows into Cambodia. Center of National Park is Mount Chu Yang Sin of 2.442m high, the highest peak of the mountain system of southern Truong Son.

Chu Yang Sin National Park was established in July 2002, there is a natural area of ​​58,947 ha, and with the main task is to protect the forest ecosystem, conservation of rare animals and plants. It was initially discovered 867 species of plants at the park. Forest at elevations below 800 m is semi-evergreen forest with typical trees in the villages like guava crape myrtle. Evergreen forest is at lower elevation with the dominant species such as Black Star deer, the otter oil, and spindle oil. Evergreen forest at elevations above 800 m have the kind of trees like camphor, the conifers like pine Dalat, two flat sheet pine, and po-mu. On the high mountain peaks, do appeare the species of forest including south central bamboo, oval leaf bamboo. Coniferous forest dominated by the common three-leaf with an area of ​​10,600 ha. A considerable part of the National Park is a bamboo forest with the special kind of bamboo lo o, le. Some rare species like perfume wood, frankincense, blue cypress. Some  of the families keep important roles as dipterocarp, crape  myrtle, magnolia, teak, cashew, chestnut, tropical almond, indigo … Among the plant species found, there are over 300 species can be used in medicine in varying degrees. The number of medicinal plants often focuses in the families of mums, araliaceous bark, mint, coffee, bean, etc. Get your dream vehicle by buying a car in the

Chu Yang Sin National Park is located in endemic bird areas of Dalat plateau. Having found eight species of birds including red head chickens, black heads Chinese laughing-thrush, gray cheeks black laughing-thrush, black laughing-thrush, long beak laughing-thrush, yellow throat sparrow. Notably Ba Mountain nightingale specie, the endemic bird of the highlands of Dalat, which was almost extinct.

Chu Yang Sin National Park

A total of 203 birds and 46 mammals have been recorded in the National Park. Most importantly, the animals should be preserved in the National Park is black leg langurs and grey red cheek gibbons.

Chu Yang Sin National Park has an important role in protecting the watershed upstream of river systems and forest areas adjacent to Srepok River in Lam Dong province.

Chu Yang Sin is the romantic landscape of wild forest and temperate, sub-tropical, and very impressive waterfalls and whirlpools. Hopefully in the future, Chu Yang Sin National Park will be an address of ecotourism, adventure tourism and sports tourism attractions in the province of Dak Lak.