4 ecotourism areas are the most loved in the North

Fresh air, quiet space, and beautiful scenery are the advantages of this type of ecotourism. The following 4 eco-tourism resorts will be an effective remedy to refresh yourself after a hard- working week.

Trang An Ecotourism Area

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Trang An eco-tourism area

Trang An Ecotourism Area is located in Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex, Ninh Binh Province, with a total area of ​​2168 hectares, more than 90 kilometers south of Hanoi.

With the potentials of natural landscapes such as a diverse system of limestone mountains and natural caves, this place is like a “shallow Ha Long”. Coming to Trang An, visitors will be surprised by the rocky mountains, green grass and clear water at the foot of the cliffs and many mysterious caves.

In addition, it is also home to a diverse flora and fauna ecosystem with more than 310 types of higher plants and many types of algae and fungi. In which, a number of rare and precious wood species such as: mangrove, slicing, grinding and many high-value plants are used as food, medicine, such as: nostalgic paint, honeysuckle, honeysuckle, cassava , … about 30 species of mammals, more than 50 species of birds, dozens of reptiles, there are some rare and precious animals such as chamois, leopard, phoenix …

Tam Coc – Bich Dong

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Tam Coc Bich Dong

Tam Coc – Bich Dong is one of the most famous landscapes of Ninh Binh, dubbed “Nam Thien II cave”, located in the Ngu Nhac Son mountain range in Dam Khe village, Ninh Hai commune, Hoa Lu district. This place still retains its pristine, natural nature, with many famous caves, historical and cultural relics at home and abroad such as Thai Vi temple, Tam Coc, Bich Dong pagoda, Tien cave, Linh Coc pagoda …

Tam Coc includes three caves: Ca cave, Hai cave and Ba cave. When the boat passes into the three caves, visitors will feel cool. Bich Dong is located 2km from Tam Coc wharf. The name was given to the cave in 1773 by Prime Minister Nguyen Nghem, the father of the great poet Nguyen Du.

Tam Coc – Bich Dong is an architectural complex with bold nature, charming scenery, pagodas bearing many imprints of the national culture … has been attracting more and more domestic and foreign tourists.

Cuc Phuong National Park

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Cuc Phuong National Park

Cuc Phuong National Park located 120km from Hanoi is a pristine world of animals and plants in Ninh Binh province. When you come here, visitors will have the opportunity to admire the ancient trees that are thousands of years old, the plants dating back to the Third Century and many rare birds listed in the Red Book.

Every time you step into Cuc Phuong National Park, visitors will feel like getting lost in a living museum that has existed since prehistoric times. The space here is like a beautiful picture with the blue colors of the sky, trees, and a vast lake that is adorned with colorful colors of wild flowers and flying butterflies.

Tourists have many experiences when coming to Cuc Phuong such as: walking “Botanical Garden”; “Observation hut – A short climbing route, beautiful landscape”; Camp and sleep in the woods; visit “Ancestors Cave – One of the places where prehistoric people live, a variety of bats”; Old tree line – A walking route in the old forest, overcoming many rocky slopes …

Ba Be Lake Ecosystem

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Ba Be Lake

At about 145m above sea level, Ba Be is the largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam in Nam Mau commune, Ba Be district, Bac Kan province. This place is an interesting stopover for visitors who want to stay away from the noisy city life to embrace the wild, immense and magical nature.

As the largest lake in North Vietnam, the entire Ba Be Lake campus is surrounded by mountains and primeval forests. In addition, the magnificent Puong cave with stalactites of all kinds of beautiful shapes is also a major tourist attraction in this place. Dau Dang waterfall has majestic fast flowing water, Hua Ma cave with stalactites of various shapes, flat Tien pond …. Ba Be lake is like “green pearl” among the great thousands.

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