TOP 5 NATIONAL PARKS IN VIETNAM

  • VƯỜN QUỐC GIA TRÀM CHIM TAM NÔNG (ĐỒNG THÁP)
  • VƯỜN QUỐC GIA CÁT TIÊN (ĐỒNG NAI – LÂM ĐỒNG – BÌNH PHƯỚC)
  • VƯỜN QUỐC GIA BẠCH MÃ (HUẾ)
  • VƯỜN QUỐC GIA CÚC PHƯƠNG (NINH BÌNH)
  • VƯỜN QUỐC GIA BA VÌ
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Covering an area of 7.600 ha, Tram Chim National Park was established in 1999 and situated in Tam Nong District, Dong Thap Province, Vietnam. It is designed to preserve the typical submerged in-land ecosystem that develops mainly in Ha Tien; the Plain of Reeds and U Minh areas. With a system of swamps, grass-plots and crossing canals, the 7,612 ha Tram Chim National Park has become an ideal habitat of more than 100 vertebrates, 40 species of fish, and 147 rare and precious species of birds, especially the red-head cranes. Hence, it is also an ideal place for scientists to research into the life of migratory birds. 
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Cat Tien National Park, which is one of the most important national parks in Vietnam, belongs to three provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc. diversity of the Park has been recognized by WWF when this international organization selected the Park as one of 200 global ecological zones including the land and its water area with its well-known biological diversity. In 2001, Cat Tien National Park has been listed by UNESCO as the 411th biosphere Reserve Zone in the world.
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Bach Ma National Park. It is located in central Vietnam, in Thua Thien Hue province.The park covers an area of about 22,000 ha in the districts of Phu Loc and Nam Dong. The flora of Bach Ma includes 2,147 species which represents around one-fifth of the entire flora of Vietnam. Among these, 86 species are listed as endangered species in the Red book of Vietnam. 
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Ba Vi National Park is an isolated soil-limestone mountainous area situated about 50 km west from Hanoi. With an area of more than 12,023 ha, the park is home to more than 800 rare and exotic plants, 280 of which have medicinal applications. 
It also boasts 44 species of mammal, 15 species of reptile, 9 species of amphibians and more than 100 bird species. 
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Situated 120 South-West of Hanoi, with a 22,200 – ha rainforest, Cuc Phuong National Park is the centerpiece of Vietnam’s conservation efforts and one of the most accessible parks in the country. Cuc Phuong’s Endangered Primate Rescue Center (EPRC) was established in 1993. The Center currently houses about 160 individuals of 15 species and sub-species in which 6 species nowhere else in captivity. These include Delacour’s langur (Trachypithecus delacouri), Hatinh (Trachypithecus laotum hatinhensis), Black langur (Trachypithecus laotum ebenus), Lao langur (Trachypithecus laotum laotum), Cat Ba langur (Trachypithecus poliocephalus poliocephalus), and Grey-shanked Douc langur (Pygathrix cinerea).

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