Bach Ma National Park covers an area of 22,031 ha. With steep mountains and dense tropical and sub-tropical forests, this area is home to a wide variety of animals and plants from both the northern and southern areas of the country, making Bach Ma one of the recognized centers of bio-diversity in Indochina.
Bach Ma summit offers a range of unique trails for those interested in wildlife and history or who simply wish to enjoy the distinctive natural beauty of the park. Each trail can be walked in under a day and do not require any special hiking equipment.
Day 1: Hue – Bach Ma National Park
Departing from Hue, we drive 60km to Bach Ma National Park. In the afternoon, we do a five-hour trek through the sub-tropical forest, taking us to the Ngu Ho and Do Quyen Waterfalls. The Ngu Ho, or Five-lakes Cascade, is a series of small waterfalls which crash down into pristine pools of clear water secluded under a canopy of foliage.
Tonight we stay overnight in the park’s guest house. Lunch – Dinner
Day 2: Bach Ma National Park – Hue
Following breakfast, we start the trek to the summit, the most popular trail at Bach Ma. After one hour walking uphill, we reach the peak, 1450m above the sea level. From here we can admire the spectacular views north to Hue and south to Lang Co beach.
From the summit, we make our way through sub-tropical evergreen forest. The trail, which passes the ruins of several French era villas, is renowned for observing birds. Our trek ends at the Orchid Collection House near the guesthouse. After lunch we return to Hue. Breakfast – Lunch.
Pre & post trip accommodation in Hue, Personal expenses such as shopping; telephone, laundry and bar bills etc. Tips and gratuities
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