Bach Ma National park is a verdant paradise, located about an hour-and-a-half drive away from the city of Hue. Home to a varied range of flora and fauna with about 358 bird species, it is also proclaimed to be one of the wettest areas in Vietnam. The park itself consists of three zones, namely the highly protected Core area, administrative area, and a buffer zone. One of the most popular spots on the tourist itineraries, it can be accessed by road - on two-wheelers as well as on foot.
Surrounded by lush green trees, planted by the French, Bach Ma has also got some beautiful and enchanting waterfalls. It is no surprise then, that the park used to be a hill station for the European conquerors. Situated in the valley created by Annamite mountains, its biodiversity includes over 350 bird species and 132 species of mammals. This park offers some interesting natural trails to explore as well. It is also a centre of ecotourism and has an added advantage of being close to Vietnam’s world heritage sites.
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