đèo Ngang, Kỳ Nam, Kỳ Anh District, Ha Tinh, Vietnam
About đèo Ngang
The Ngang Pass is a mountain pass on the border of the provinces of Quảng Bình and Hà Tĩnh, in the North Central Coast of Vietnam. National Route 1A crosses it as it traverses the Hoành Sơn, a side-spur of the larger Annamite Range. The pass is 2,560 m long, ascending to the height of 250 m. Historical French texts refer to the pass as Porte d'Annam.
Attractions near đèo Ngang
This is a beautiful Eco-tourism destination which was located in the heart of Quang Binh province. This is a very peaceful land because it is surrounded by islands, quite windy and impenetrable so people call it Vung. In the past, this place had a very sacred temple, so people called this place with the name Vung Chua.
Hoành Sơn Range is a mountain range in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam. The length of this range is about 50 km.
Đá Nhảy in Vietnamese means "the rocks that jump" referring to the topographical feature of this beach which sees thousands rock reaching the sea.
Tu Lan Caves System is comprised of over 10 caves in all. Tu Lan Caves System has the largest, deepest, longest, with many connecting caves including inactive dry caves & active wet caves. Its dry entrance provides an outstanding view of the valley below and promises many more adventures inside.
Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng is a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site in Quảng Bình Province of Vietnam. The park was created to protect one of the world's two largest karst regions with 300 caves and grottoes and also protects the ecosystem of limestone forest of the Annamite Range region in North Central Coast of Vietnam.
Where is đèo Ngang
Discover more attractions in Ha Tinh, where đèo Ngang is located
Hà Tĩnh Province is located in the northern part of central Vietnam. Hà Tĩnh has many touristic locations of historical and cultural interest. Notable scenic areas include La River, Vũ Môn Falls, Sơn Kim hot springs, and beaches in places such as Thiên Cầm, and Chân Tiên.