8 Forests in Vietnam that you should visit - With photos & details

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8 Forests to explore in Vietnam

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Bach Ma National ParkLộc Điền, Phú Lộc, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam

The Bach Ma National Park is about 40km to the south of Hue city and 65km to the North of Da Nang. Bạch Mã National Park is situated in the Annamite Mountains and is one of the wettest places in Vietnam.

Cần Giờ Mangrove ForestRừng Sác, Tăng Hòa, Gò Công Đông, Tiền Giang, Vietnam

The site is an important wildlife sanctuary in Vietnam as it is characterized by a wetland biosystem dominated by mangrove and many rare species.

Dong Van Karst Plateau GeoparkLũng Thầu, Đồng Văn District, Ha Giang, Vietnam

Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark is a geopark in northern Vietnam. It shares a border with China in the north. It is a member of the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network and Asia Pacific Geoparks Network, officially since Oct 3, 2010.It is located in Hà Giang Province, the northernmost province in Vietnam. It takes up most of the area of four of the province's districts . About 80% of the area of the geopark is covered by limestone. There are many huge mountains here, the highest one is Mount Mieu Vac.

Hoành Sơn RangeHoành Sơn Range, Quảng Hợp, Quảng Trạch District, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam

Hoành Sơn Range is a mountain range in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam. The length of this range is about 50 km.

Tam Dao National ParkĐại Đình, Tam Đảo District, Vinh Phuc Province, Vietnam

Located only 43 miles (70 kilometers) from Hanoi. Tam Dao means ‘Three Islands’, and the three summits of Tam Dao Mountain, all about 1400m in height. There are at least 64 mammal species (including langurs) and 239 bird species in the park.

Thác TiênĐèo Gió, Nấm Dần, Xín Mần, Hà Giang, Vietnam

One of the scenic places in Ha Giang province which has a lot of natural attractions with waterfalls and dense forests. The waterfall is located in the middle of the Deo Gio primary forest. There are large varieties of flora and fauna found here.

The RockpileCam Tuyền, Cam Lộ District, Quảng Trị Province, Vietnam

The Rockpile (also known as Elliot Combat Base) is a relatively inaccessible location in Thon Khe Tri, Vietnam. It was the important United States Army and Marine Corps observation post and artillery base from 1966 to 1969.