Located at a distance of 240 kilometres from the city of Hanoi, Ba Be National Park is a stunning national reserve blessed with rolling hills, tall limestone karsts and over 550 plant varieties. It is also populated by 353 types of butterflies, 65 types of mammals and the rare Vietnamese Salamander.
A part of the Bac Kan Province, Ba Be National Park is named after the Ba Be Lake. The best way to get around the park is through the relaxed river cruises that take you around the Puong Caves and the Ba Be Lake. However, trekking and hiking through the paths is also a great way to see its verdant beauty.
The limestone cliffs here stand in stark contrast to the emerald greenery that creeps all the way up to the peaks. Chinese pangolin, slow loris, rhesus macaque, and European otter are some animals that can be found here.
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