Ba Be national park

Being a famous ecotourism destination, Ba Be national park is truly an invaluable gift that nature blesses. With a diversity of caves, underground streams and magnificent landscape, Ba Be is bound to give tourists memorial experiences

Being 70 kilometers far from Bac Can city and 250 kilometers far away from Hanoi, Ba Be national park is 1,527 meters above sea level. It was recognized as ASEAN heritage park in 2004 with a diversified terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem with total area of 10,048 hectares

The park is habitat of 1,281 plants including many specious wood trees namely ironwood and bamboo. In addition, it has a variety of orchid flowers, many of which are highly appreciated by scientists in respect of value and beauty.

The fauna system in the park is also very diverse, with the total number of animals being 81 types of mammals, 27 types of reptiles, 17 types of amphibians, 106 types of fish, 322 types of birds, 533 types of insects and spiders. Many species are listed as endangered species in the Red Book.

Especially, Ba Be national park is well-known for a large number of scenic views and historical sites. Bellows are some of them:

Puong Cave: it is located on Nang river with the height of 30 metres and the length of 300 meters respectively. Additionally, it has many steep cliffs and colorful rocks. Tourists will have chance to climb to the peak of the cave to explore the stockade and the well under Mac dynasty.

An Ma island: it is a limestone island and 27-30 meters above the water level of the lake. It is considered an ideal place to view birds and landscape. Visitors can drop by historical temples here.

Dau Dang waterfall: it is 2 kilometers long and is formed from Nang river. It is a magnificent and primitive waterfall.

Beside the above-mentioned places, tourists are suggested to visit other attractive travelling spots in Ba Be such as : Tien pond, Hua Ma cave, Ba Cua cave, Tham Kit cave and so on.