Located at a distance of 240 kilometres from the city of Hanoi, Ba Be National Park is a quaint national reserve. Blessed with the bounty of rolling hills, plunging valleys, crystal lakes and mysterious caves, this landscape is a paradise for nature lovers. This destination is home to some plant and animal varieties, and several indigenous tribes of Vietnam inhabit this place.
Lush greenery and azure skies welcome you into the mesmerising landscape that Ba Be National Park is, and its beauty is pristine in a manner that is difficult to pinpoint. The limestone cliffs here stand in stark contrast to the emerald greenery that creeps all the way up to the peaks. In addition to being a picturesque natural retreat, this national park is home to a wide array of animals, birds and plants. The notable tree species of the forests here are Burretiodendron hsien mu and Streblus tonkinensis. Climbing Bamboo also finds a place here. Chinese pangolin, slow loris, rhesus macaque, stump-tailed macaque, François' langur, Asian black bear, European otter, Owston's palm civet, and a few other mammals are also found here. In addition to these, a number of amphibians, birds, fish and butterflies also inhabit this destination. Villages belonging to the Tay, Dzao and Hmong people are also situated here. You can find accommodation here at the Ba Be Lake View Homestay or Mr Linh's homestay.