Cuc Phuong National Park
Cuc Phuong National Park is known as the first national park in Vietnam covering a broad area of 25,000 ha of 3 provinces in Northern Vietnam, Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh, and Thanh Hoa. Cuc Phuong is considered as a green lung of northern Vietnam and also a large natural museum which houses various species of flora and fauna as well as impressive limestone formations.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Quang Binh
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is located in Quang Binh Province. This mysterious land is endowed with jaw-dropping landscape of limestone mountain ranges, primitive forests and stunning rivers, which surely offers you the chance to explore the broad system of caves and the untouched nature in Central Vietnam. One of the greatest and most famous caves is the impressive Phong Nha, a complex of karst formations which consists of 14 small grottoes, including Paradise cave or Dark Cave.
Pu Mat National Park, Nghe An
Pu Mat or “High Slope” in language of Thai ethnic people in Vietnam is a part of Western Nghe An Biosphere Reserve. The park consists of over 2400 species of plants, some of them are brand new to science, and numerous animal species. It attracts millions of tourists to come to discover the brilliant biodiversity as well as contemplate the wonder of the nature here annually.
Bach Ma National Park, Hue
Bach Ma National Park is one of the most famous and beautiful mountains in Vietnam. It is widely well-known for a rich biodiversity of 2148 floras and nearly 1500 fauna including many rare species such as saola, siki black langur, Douc Langur, Java mouse-deer, yellow-feet squirrel, brown rabbit, etc.
Cat Ba National Park, Hai Phong
Cat Ba National Park is one of the biggest national parks in Northern Vietnam. It has different sorts of the ecosystem that visitors can freely discover such as ecosystem on limestone mountains, mangrove ecosystem, the system of coral reefs, and natural cave systems. The park was recognized as one of world’s biosphere reserves in 2004.
Cat Tien National Park, Dong Nai
If you are in Ho Chi Minh City, you might consider spending two days at Cat Tien park. About 150km to the North of this largest city in Vietnam, Cat Tien is one of the best parks in Vietnam, being a symbol of bio-diversity. It is home to 40 species listed in World Red list of threatened species. There are plenty to do, from paddling along the river, hiking, cycling to camping. And don't forget to ask for a map when you buy the entrance ticket.
Yok Don National Park, Dak Lak
Listed as the best National Parks in Vietnam, Yok Don is featured by Dipterocarp Forests. Take a visit to this destination, visitors can enjoy not only the wilderness of landscapes but also fascinating outdoor activities such as going trekking, riding elephants, climbing mountains, and boating on rivers. Besides, tourists can discover the cultural diversity of ethnic communities on the edge of Yok Don National Park, which offers the wonderful experiences about Vietnamese culture.