Visiting Vit Co Xanh Eco-Tourism Area in Cu Yen Commune, Luong Son District, Hoa Binh Province, 45km from Hanoi, tourists will have a wonderful time of total relaxation in a peaceful green space and learn about the cultural features of the Muong ethnic people.
We followed Dinh Hong Nham, a famous forester, and spent several days going through thick forests and crossing over streams to discover the beauty and mystery of caves hidden in deep forests in Minh Hoa District, Quang Binh Province in the Central Region of Vietnam.
In June 2015, at the 27th Session of the International Coordinating Council of UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Program (ICC-MAB) held in Paris, the Lang Biang Natural Reserve in Vietnam’s Central Highlands Lam Dong Province has been recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Lang Biang Reserve has retained its values of bio-diversity on a global scale, with the natural scenery mixed in harmony with local cultural features. It has contributed to forming and developing Da Lat to become a city of tourism and an international research centre on tropical forest.
Surrounded by rivers, Vam Sat Mangrove Forest Eco-Tourist Site in the Can Gio Biosphere Reserve has the most beautiful forests. It has been recognized by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as one of the world’s eco-tourist sites with sustainable development in Vietnam.
Since the eco-tourism area of the Chay River and Toi Cave was put into operation in 2011 with a new tourist activity of kayaking on the Chay River and discovering the mysterious beauty of Toi Cave, it promises to be a haven for tourists.
NDO – Backpacking tourism has become thriving in Vietnam and trekking activities to conquer mountains have drawn much interest from young adventure lovers. Lao Than Mount in Y Ty commune, Lao Cai province, is one of the most checked-in summits by backpackers where they can bathe their eyes in seas of cloud.