Vietnam Travel10 Incredible Hiking Trails in Vietnam

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There’s something about the mountains that just calls to us, luring us in with their beauty and majesty. And nowhere is this more true than in Vietnam, where the mountains offer some of the best hiking opportunities in Southeast Asia. Whether you’re an experienced hiker or a beginner, there’s a trail for you in Vietnam. Here are 10 of the best hiking trails in Vietnam:

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Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park is home to Vietnam’s largest natural lake, Lake Ba Be. The park also features a network of caves and waterfalls. Hiking is a great way to explore this beautiful park.

Cuc Phuong National Park

Cuc Phuong National Park is one of the oldest and most well-preserved parks in Vietnam. The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including several endangered species. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

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Cat Tien National Park

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Cat Tien National Park is a large park that is home to many different species of animals, including tigers, elephants, and rhinos. The park also has a network of caves and waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

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Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is home to the world’s largest cave, Son Doong Cave. The park also features a network of caves and waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

Dalat Plateau

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The Dalat Plateau is a beautiful area that is home to many different species of plants and animals. The plateau is also home to several waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this plateau and see all it has to offer.

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Ba Den Mountain

Ba Den Mountain is the highest mountain in Vietnam. The mountain is home to a temple that is dedicated to the goddess of the same name. Hiking is the best way to explore this mountain and see all it has to offer.

Nui Chua National Park

Nui Chua National Park is an important park for the conservation of Vietnam’s endangered wildlife. The park is home to many different species of animals, including tigers, elephants, and rhinos. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

Pu Luong Nature Reserve

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Pu Luong Nature Reserve is a beautiful nature reserve that is home to many different species of plants and animals. The reserve is also home to several waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this reserve and see all it has to offer.

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Hoang Lien National Park

Hoang Lien National Park is home to Vietnam’s tallest mountain, Fansipan Mountain. The park also features a network of caves and waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

Xuan Son National Park

Xuan Son National Park is a beautiful park that is home to many different species of plants and animals. The park is also home to several waterfalls. Hiking is the best way to explore this park and see all it has to offer.

The mountains in Vietnam offer some of the best hiking opportunities in Southeast Asia. With stunning peaks and lush valleys, these trails will take your breath away. If you’re looking for an adventure, be sure to check out one of these incredible hikes on your next trip to Vietnam.

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TBH23
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I am bookmarking this page and coming back to it. I was just talking with my cousin about a trip and wanting to go hiking. We are both seeing if a group of us (family and friends) can go later this year. 

Dear_Bae
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Is there a way or place to find our the lengths of all these trails? I always want to go on hikes but I don’t want to be stuck on long-winded ones. 

NomNomNom
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@dear_bae You can look up trails online through Google if I am not mistaken. You may need to use an app for it, not 100% but I know a friend who has done this before. 

NhimXuXu
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I have not gone on a hike in years. I believe the last one I went on was in California and while I loved it, I feel like it does not compare to the trails in Vietnam. 

kikobeep
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Dalat Plateau is amazing. It is easy to forget time exists when going through the trail There is so much to see and even listen to. I love this trail the most. 

TrueBaby
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I am not much of a hiker but I don’t mind walking the easier trails just to see nature. These are amazing suggestions. Having been near a few, you get some amazing sights!

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