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Insert a Slice of Nature Between Hue and Hoi An

November 4, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , , ,

On a holiday or vacation in Vietnam, it is not a difficult task to include a visit to a national park. With around thirty national parks, every region of Vietnam has something to offer energetic travelers interested in wildlife and exploring natural landscapes. Even with an itinerary involving mostly urban places, Khiri Travel Vietnam likes to recommend your travelers spend a day or even do an overnight in a nearby national park. In our hyper, busy lives, getting back to nature, even for a short respite, is food for the soul.

Our favorite and most popular choice is Bach Ma National Park. Located in Phu Loc district in central Vietnam, Bach Ma is an ideal slice of nature to sandwich in between visits to Hue and Hoi An. During colonial times, the area of this park was used as a French Hill Station due to its fantastic weather and breathtaking sights. Visitors can enjoy trekking to waterfalls, swimming in the lakes and joining an evening campfire for a fun and relaxing two-day excursion to Bach Ma National Park.

In terms of accommodation, your travelers have two choices: staying overnight in the park facilities or at a hotel outside the park. Inside the park there are a couple of large French villas that offer dormitory style rooms and private rooms. The rooms are standard but clean and comfortable with shared amenities. The other option is to stay in any of the hotels located at Lang Co beach, located just a few kilometers from the park entrance. There is always the option to return to the city with a bit more travel time.

Bach Ma National Park is a lovely escape for any traveler when their itinerary includes Hoi An and Hue. For more information about Bach Ma or inserting a side trip to a national park to any Vietnam itinerary, please contact to [email protected]

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