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Discover 14 Ecotourism Destinations Ranked in 'Top 7 Impressive Spots in Vietnam'

The Dong Chau – Khe Nuoc Trong Nature Reserve, Quang Binh – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Photo: Nguyen Hai

Located in Le Thuy district, Quang Binh province, the Dong Chau – Khe Nuoc Trong Nature Reserve boasts pristine landscapes. Adventurous travelers visiting here have the opportunity to conquer majestic waterfalls, particularly the Dương Cầm waterfall.

The area is divided into three functional zones: strictly protected area, ecological restoration zone, and administrative-service zone.

The Vân Long Nature Reserve, Ninh Binh – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Photo: Nguyen Thanh Tuan

The Vân Long submerged nature reserve is situated in Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province. It is one of the largest submerged areas in the Red River Delta and the 9th Ramsar site in Vietnam.

To preserve its biodiversity, local authorities and residents have actively protected and improved the living environment for various species, maintaining the area's pristine beauty.

Ban Rum Ho, Le Thuy district, Quang Binh – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Photo: Helvetas – Netin Travel

Ban Rum Ho is a small village located in Kim Thuy commune, Le Thuy district, approximately 75km from Dong Hoi city center. With just over 100 households, most belonging to the Bru – Van Kieu ethnic minority, the livelihoods here rely on forestry and small-scale animal husbandry.

Visitors to Ban Rum Ho will be impressed by the lush green mountains and clear streams. They can stay in stilt houses, experiencing the local lifestyle and culture.

Ben En National Park, Thanh Hoa – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Photo: Nguyen Thanh Tuan

Ben En National Park is located around 40km southwest of Thanh Hoa city. Covering an area of approximately 15,000 hectares, with over half of it being primary forest, Ben En is home to many rare animal and plant species.

Visitors may encounter various species listed in the Vietnam Red Data Book, such as red wolves, black gibbons, phoenixes, wild oxen, sun bears, fire leopards, red-faced monkeys, and silver gibbons.

Con Chim Eco-tourism Area, Tra Vinh – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Con Chim is an islet on the Co Chien River, Hoa Minh commune, Chau Thanh district, Tra Vinh province. This community-based tourism spot follows the principle of "harmony with nature," where locals engage in tourism while protecting environmental resources, each household contributing something to serve tourists.

Aside from enjoying the tranquil scenery, visitors to Con Chim can participate in various folk games, reconnecting with the childhood memories of many generations.

Bamboo Garden, Bamboo-lined Path in Hau Giang – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

This bamboo-lined path is located in Thanh Hoa commune, Phung Hiep district, Hau Giang province. The owner of this most beautiful bamboo garden in the Mekong Delta is Mr. Dang Van Sang, also known as Tu Sang. The nearly 1km-long bamboo path features various bamboo species native to Vietnam, such as stout bamboo, fat bamboo, thorny bamboo, and xiêm bamboo.

Upon entering the bamboo garden, visitors are greeted by a captivating rural landscape surrounded by intertwining bamboo branches.

Community-based Eco-tourism in Muoi Ngot, Ca Mau – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2022

Muoi Ngot Eco-tourism Area is located in Tran Van Thoi district, established and operational since late 2015. Here, visitors immerse themselves in the pristine nature, exploring channels under the mangrove canopy on boats or canoes.

While exploring the forest, visitors experience the activities of U Minh Ha's forest farmers, such as setting traps, fishing, laying nets, catching wild fish, harvesting forest honey, and picking wild vegetables.

Bach Ma National Park, Thua Thien Hue – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

Established in 1991, Bach Ma National Park covers an area of about 22,000 hectares, primarily in Phu Loc and Nam Dong districts, Thua Thien Hue province.

The rich flora and fauna comprise over 900 animal species and around 1400 plant species. Colonial-era villas have been refurbished into resorts for tourists. Exciting experiences include trekking to Ngũ Hồ and Đỗ Quyên waterfalls, and admiring the sunrise at Hai Vong Dai.

Crocodile Lake Area in Nam Cat Tien National Park, Dong Nai – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

Photo: Cat Tien National Park

This area boasts the largest flooded land in Cat Tien National Park, with a surface area exceeding 2,500 hectares during the rainy season, shrinking to only 100-150 hectares in the dry season. The Crocodile Lake area is not only home to crocodiles but also harbors numerous rare species listed in the Vietnam and global Red Data Books.

Vi Ro Ngheo Village, Kon Tum – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

By preserving traditional values, maintaining forests for tourism, Vi Ro Ngheo Village in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province, has been voted by Saigon Tiep Thi magazine as one of the top 7 ecotourism destinations in 2023.

What sets Vi Ro Ngheo apart is that almost every household grows orchids. These orchids are mainly brought from distant forests and planted around houses, fences, or gates.

Thung Nham Bird Garden, Ninh Binh – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

Thung Nham Bird Garden is located in Hai Nham hamlet, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province, about 15 km from Trang An ecological tourism area.

Covering over 300 hectares, Thung Nham Bird Garden offers various tourism activities such as fishing, mountain climbing, forest exploration, bird watching, and visiting dry caves. It is renowned as a habitat for many bird species like storks, kingfishers, and two rare species: flamingos and phoenixes, listed in the Red Data Books.

Autumn is the best time to observe birds, as the weather starts to cool, and the birds forage closer to their nests.

Cu Lao Cu Duat, Kien Giang – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

Photo: Nguyen Tuan

Cu Duat hamlet is nestled amidst Dong Ho lagoon, separated from Phu 5 ward, Dong Ho commune, Ha Tien city, Kien Giang province. This place retains its pristine beauty with a system of mangrove forests and extensive coconut groves. Visitors can wade through the mud to catch fish or crabs or explore bird gardens.

Community-based Eco-tourism in Huu Lien and Yen Thinh, Lang Son – Top 7 Ecotourism Destinations of 2023

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