Ba Vi National Park introduction

Located 60km west of Hanoi, Ba Vi National Park is one of the beautiful conservation, sightseeing and entertainment areas in Tan Linh commune, Ba Vi district, Ha Noi. High mountainous terrain and large forest coverage give Ba Vi region an extremely cool climate, especially in the summer (from April to October of the solar calendar).

Ba Vi National Park is not only known as the Lung of Hanoi capital, but is also home to hundreds of wildlife species, of which many rare and precious are listed in the Red Book of Vietnam. Currently, Ba Vi National Park has 812 species of vascular flora, belonging to 427 genera and 136 families. The rich flora has favored this place a harmonious natural scenery with four-seasoned greenery plants and fresh, cool air. Regarding fauna, Ba Vi National Park has 45 species of mammals, 115 species of birds, 27 species of amphibians, 61 species of reptiles, 86 species of insects; including 23 rare and precious species in the red book such as: big pygmy, Asian black bear, Chinese pangolin, peacock, white pheasant, monkey, leopard, bear, flying squirrel, etc. to meet the learning and research needs of student.

With a rich diversity of flora and fauna, combined with the immense beauty of the pine forest, the vast conifer forest creates distinct, outstanding natural values for this land.

For these reasons, Ba Vi National Park is both an ideal destination for children to rest, relax, and an interesting environment that encourages children to freely explore, learn and experience in nature. .

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