Vietnam TravelDiscover 10 Parks in Vietnam That Are Sure to Take Your Breath Away

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If you’re looking for a natural escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, Vietnam is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the world. From dense rainforests to misty mountaintops, these parks offer something for everyone. Here are ten of the best parks in Vietnam that are sure to take your breath away.

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1. Cúc Phương

Cúc Phương National Park is a protected area in the north-central Vietnam, and it’s one of the most important national parks in the country. It offers visitors a chance to experience some of the most beautiful scenery and wildlife in Southeast Asia. Cúc Phương National Park was established by the government in 1993, and it covers an area of 4,000 hectares (about 9,900 acres). The park is located in Lạng Sơn Province, which borders China and Laos. The park is named after Mount Cúc Phương (Mount Coc), which stands at 1,753 meters (5,774 feet) above sea level.

The national park includes many different landscapes including grassland, evergreen forest and tropical rainforest. It’s home to many species of flora and fauna including elephants as well as hundreds of other animals including tigers, bears and leopards!

2. Cát Tiên

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Cát Tiên is a national park in northern Vietnam and southern China that is home to several landscapes, activities, and landmarks. The park is known for its lakes, rivers, and caves. The largest lake in the park is Lake Tô Lệ (also called Lake Ba Bể), which has an area of about 2,000 square kilometers. This lake is home to many aquatic animals like fish, shrimp and frogs as well as birds such as storks and cranes. There are also other types of animals such as tigers, leopards and elephants that live in this forested region of Vietnam.

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There are many caves in Cát Tiên National Park where visitors can enjoy swimming or kayaking while exploring the massive caverns beneath the surface of these ancient waterways.

3. Phong Nha – Kẻ Bàng

The stunning Phong Nha – Kẻ Bàng National Park is located in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. It’s home to an incredible cave system that was only discovered in 2009. The caves are so vast and beautiful that the park is on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its outstanding beauty and biodiversity.

The caves of Phong Nha – Kẻ Bàng have been formed over thousands of years by water erosion, and they are filled with breathtaking formations. These include stalactites, stalagmites, large columnar structures called “tongs” or “dancing girls” as well as unique rock formations such as “chimneys” which form when dripping water creates holes in the ceiling and walls of a cave.

4. Bến En

Tourism in Bến En, a small town in Vietnam, is a growing industry. Located on the banks of the Cai River, Bến En is known for its beautiful scenery and activities to do. It’s an ideal place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The landscape of Bến En is dominated by mountains and plains. The climate here is very warm and tropical, with rainfall averaging at around 2 meters per year. The temperature hovers around 27 degrees Celsius throughout the year with humidity levels reaching 90%.

There are many things to do in Bến En, including hiking up Mount Núi Cau, visiting Phuoc Tich Temple or simply enjoying yourself at one of the town’s many cafes or restaurants.

5. Ba Vi

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Ba Vi National Park is a national park in Hanoi. It was established in 2002 and covers an area of 4 square kilometers. The name Ba Vi means “white elephant” in Vietnamese, which refers to the shape of the mountain range that forms the park. Ba Vi National Park offers visitors many different activities including hiking, cycling or horse riding on its trails; fishing in its lakes; or just relaxing at its swimming pools or cafes with views over the park’s beautiful landscape.

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6. Cat Ba

Cat Ba is a beautiful island located in the Cat Ba National Park in Vietnam. The island is part of Ha Long Bay, and it’s known for its breathtaking scenery and wildlife. There are several activities to do on the island, such as biking, hiking, kayaking and swimming.

The landscape of Cat Ba is filled with lush greenery and beautiful nature. It’s home to many species of animals including monkeys, birds and turtles. There are also many types of fish in the waters surrounding the island.

7. Mũi Né

Mũi Né is located in the south of Vietnam, not far from Ho Chi Minh City. Its parks and nature are well-known for their beauty, but they also offer great hiking opportunities for visitors who want to explore the area on foot.

8. Núi Chúa

Núi Chúa is a beautiful place in Vietnam, located in the province of Ninh Thuan. This place has many activities to do and landscapes that are breathtaking. One of the most popular activities to do in Núi Chúa is hiking. There are many different routes that you can take during your hike but one of the most popular is called “the red path”. This route will lead you through bamboo forests, rice fields and past waterfalls. You will also be able to see some amazing views of caves along this hike.

9. Tam Cốc – Bích Động

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Tam Cốc – Bích Động is a national park in the north of Vietnam. It is famous for its beautiful landscapes, including limestone towers and caves. The park is home to many species of fauna, including elephants, monkeys and gibbons. You can also find hundreds of plant species in the area, like bamboo trees and orchids.

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There are many activities you can do at Tam Cốc – Bích Động: hiking, biking and kayaking are popular choices among visitors. There are also three different caves in the park where you can explore them by yourself or with a guide.

10. Tràng An Landscape Complex

Tràng An Landscape Complex is a beautiful place to visit in Vietnam. The area contains many landscapes, such as caves and canyons, that are well-known for their beauty. The complex also has many activities to do. If you are interested in hiking, you will find plenty of trails here to explore. The name Tràng An means “Vietnamese Paradise”. This name refers to the fact that it was once considered an earthly paradise by monks who lived in the area centuries ago. They believed that this place was blessed by Buddha himself.

There are many different landscapes at Tràng An Landscape Complex including canyons, caves and waterfalls. One of the most popular places here is called Elephant’s Cave because it looks like an elephant drinking water from a stream! Another famous spot is called Fairy Cave which has colorful stalactites hanging from its ceiling and walls like jewels on display!

If you’re looking for a natural escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, Vietnam is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the world. From dense jungle to picturesque lakes, these parks are sure to take your breath away. So get out there and explore Vietnam’s natural beauty for yourself!

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DalatDreams

Vietnam is truly a treasure trove of breathtaking parks waiting to be explored. One park that stands out is Bến En Tourism, nestled in a charming town by the Cài River. With its majestic mountains and serene plains, it’s a haven for nature lovers seeking hiking trails and cultural sites like temples. Another park worth mentioning is Ba Vi National Park in Hanoi, renowned for its vast 4 square kilometer area and a wide range of activities such as hiking, cycling, and even fishing. And let’s not forget about Cat Ba Island, situated within Cat Ba National Park, where you can immerse yourself in lush greenery, encounter fascinating wildlife, and engage in thrilling adventures like biking, hiking, kayaking, and swimming. Vietnam’s parks truly offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, providing unforgettable experiences in stunning natural settings.

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BanhMiFan

Oh yeah, Ba Vi National Park in Hanoi is definitely a fantastic spot! I’ve been there myself and it’s a awesome place to escape the busy streets of the city. The hiking trails are breathtaking, and you’ll be rewarded with awe-inspiring views once you reach the summit. I also loved the cycling paths there, perfect for a relaxed ride through nature. Have you ever been to Ba Vi National Park?

HuyenLe2007
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Vietnam’s parks are a nature lover’s paradise! From the world’s largest cave to stunning beachside parks, there’s something for everyone. I can’t wait to explore them all and immerse myself in the diverse wildlife and breathtaking scenery they have to offer.

NguyenHien1998
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Who needs air conditioning when you can just go to a park in Vietnam and feel like you’re in heaven? Once, I visited Ba Vi National Park and I was blown away by the stunning scenery and fresh air that surrounded me.

BuonMaThuotBadass
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I am so grateful to have stumbled upon this article about the stunning parks in Vietnam. It’s amazing to know that there are so many beautiful natural spaces to explore, from the mountain scenery and hot springs at Ba Vi National Park to the impressive caves of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. I can’t wait to visit these parks and experience the beauty of Vietnam firsthand.

Caphezilla
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As a person who loves to travel, I can say that Vietnam’s parks are some of the most breathtaking in the world. From the lush forests of Ba Vi National Park to the stunning views of the ocean and karst limestone formations in Cat Ba National Park, there is no shortage of natural beauty to be found. I once visited Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, and the experience of exploring the world’s largest cave will stay with me forever.

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StarFlixGuru08a

Vietnam truly is a treasure trove of awe-inspiring wonders! From the captivating forests of Ba Vi National Park to the majestic views of the ocean and limestone formations in Cat Ba National Park, the magnificence of nature knows no bounds. It’s remarkable how these parks offer such diverse landscapes, allowing us to immerse ourselves in the marvels of Mother Earth. Let’s embark on an adventure and let the breathtaking sights of Vietnam’s parks leave us in awe! P.S. Did you know that Vietnam is home to over 30 national parks? It’s a testament to the country’s commitment to preserving its natural heritage.

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anon23

Vietnam boasts an array of breathtaking parks that are sure to take your breath away. From the picturesque landscapes of Bach Thao Park to the stunning scenery of Hoa Binh Park and the lush forests of Ba Vi National Park, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to relax, explore, or simply soak up the fresh air, these parks are definitely worth a visit.

yogi88
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I love learning about all the different places I can travel to! This article was really informative and now I want to go to all of these parks!

DalatDreamer
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@yogi88 It’s amazing how Vietnam has so many beautiful parks to explore. I can’t wait to visit each one and experience the natural beauty firsthand.

WeiWei777
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@yogi88 Exploring the beauty of nature in Vietnam’s parks is a great way to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and find inner peace.

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ImperialRuler897

I totally feel you! Reading about all those awesome parks in Vietnam really got my wanderlust kicking in too! I mean, who wouldn’t want to explore all those stunning natural wonders? If you’re looking for more resources on travel in Vietnam, I’d suggest checking out some rad travel blogs or even guidebooks to get a more in-depth look at these parks. Happy adventuring!

caphekitty
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You know, most people don’t think about parks when they go on vacation. It is a second thought but for me.. It is something I seek out. I have only seen a few Vietnam parks and they were stunning. So clean and well cared for. 

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amandagibbs

It’s no wonder Vietnam is home to some of the most stunning parks in the world! This article is a great resource for anyone looking to explore the beauty of Vietnam’s parks.

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Umph

I really appreciate the thoughtful and considerate comments other commenters have shared on this topic. It’s great to see so many people with a positive attitude and willingness to help out their fellow community members.

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@Umph

I really appreciate the thoughtful and considerate comments other commenters have shared on this topic. It’s great to see so many people with a positive attitude and willingness to help out their fellow community members.

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@Umph

I’m glad you found the information in the article helpful! I know it can be tough planning a trip, so hopefully this makes things a little easier. :)”

VINAMI
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There are so many stunning parks in Vietnam, I really can’t just pick one and say it is my favorite. I think this is something people need to consider when visiting Vietnam. Going to a park is not only free but fun!

aodaii
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Cát Tiên is my favorite of the ones I have been to. If you love taking pictures, you will be in heaven. I got a few pictures of the trees and had them framed. Everyone asks me where they can buy them! 

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BenjaminNgo

I’m so excited to go to Vietnam and see these parks for myself. I’m also really happy that you included Ba Vi national park on your list!

homeg1rl
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The parks in Vietnam are amazing. They way some of them compliment the city is amazing. I feel like they did them right. Instead of having a tiny park they have giant sections of trees and it allows wildlife to have a home. Not to mention the trees help keep the air cleaner.