Ba Vi National Park
Ba Vì, Hanoi, Vietnam
About Ba Vi National Park
Ba Vì National Park is a national park located 48 km west of Hanoi, Vietnam. The park is 10,815 ha in area and is located in the Ba Vì mountain range. The park has rich and diverse tropical and subtropical species of flora and fauna. Ba Vì National Park is located in Ba Vì District of Hanoi and two districts of Hòa Bình Province, namely Lương Sơn and Kỳ Sơn. The Park is situated on a mountain range running north-east and south-west with its peak at Vua Peak of 1,296 m and Tan Vien Peak of 1,226
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