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Trekking Viet Nam

Trekking Viet Nam

Trekking Viet Nam – Currently in Vietnam there are many types of tourism development. These include resort, MICE tourism or spiritual tourism. And one of the most developed forms today is Trekking.
Because in Vietnam there are many types of terrain suitable for trekking tourism such as rocky hills, majestic caves and beautiful tropical forests.

Trekking Viet Nam

Trekking Viet Nam

Cuc Phuong National Forest – Trekking Viet Nam

Firstly, this is one of the largest national parks in Vietnam. Founded in the late 19th century, Cuc Phuong National Forest is increasingly known as a perfect destination for those who love trekking. In addition, Cuc Phuong National Forest is located in Ninh Binh, Vietnam. Inside this forest is a large ecosystem with lots of trees and a wide variety of animals. Moreover, this is one of the dream locations of those who love the subject of trekking in Viet Nam.

Trekking Viet Nam

Cuc Phuong National Park

Son Doong Cave

Located in Quang Binh Province, Vietnam. This is one of the largest caves in the world located in Vietnam with a volume that can hold a Boeing aircraft inside.
But in order to participate in this journey, you need to have a complete health check, committing to the terms of the travel company and especially needing a lot of money.
If you meet these conditions, it will be one of the best trekking places in the world that you have ever visited.

Trekking Viet Nam

Son Doong Cave

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In addition, there are many interesting places suitable for trekking tourism in Vietnam located in major tourist centers such as Sapa, Da Nang, Da Lat, Mekong, … So don’t miss the trekking occasion at Vietnam when the opportunity arises.

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