Vietnam is famous for its nature with diverse vegetation. Here are 4 primeval forests that must be visited by tourists.
Nam Cat Tien Forest
Located in the conservation area of 3 provinces of Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc and Lam Dong, Nam Cat Tien forest is famous for its diverse vegetation. The forest is home to about 40 species listed in the Red Book of the World and many rare plants. Coming to Nam Cat Tien forest, tourists not only admire the majestic natural scenery but also discover Bau Sau – the second largest mangrove area in Vietnam.
Cuc Phuong National Forest
Located in the territory of Ninh Binh Province, more than 120 km from Hanoi, is the first national park in Vietnam. Coming to Cuc Phuong forest, visitors will have the opportunity to see the ancient trees hundreds of years old. In particular, Cuc Phuong National Forest has many kinds of animals and plants named in the Red Book. The most suitable time for visitors to Cuc Phuong forest is in the dry season (from December to May), at this time the weather in the forest is cool.
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Yok Don Forest
The park is the largest national park in Vietnam with a total area of 115,545 ha, located in the provinces of Dak Nong and Dak Lak. It is also the only national park preserving dipterocarp forest ecosystems in Vietnam. Yok Don is also home to 67 species of mammals, 196 species of birds, and about 100 species of insects.
U Minh Forest
U Minh forest is divided by Trem river into U Minh Thuong (Kien Giang) and U Minh Ha (Ca Mau) areas. Both are considered biosphere, green lungs of the Mekong Delta. U Minh Forest is home to 252 species of plants, 24 species of mammals, 185 species of birds, many of which are listed in the Red Book.
Coming to U Minh forest, you will be wandering in the forest on long canals, eye-catching, admiring the extensive Melaleuca forests. In addition, you can experience a simple life and enjoy typical dishes of the people of the South.
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