Hoian Bach Ma National Park

Hoian Bach Ma National Park
Bach Ma National Park-Vietnam


Bach Ma National Park is located in central Vietnam (less than two and half hours drive from Hoi An) and around 120km from Hoi An ancient town. The national park covers an area of 22,031 ha and is home to 233 species of birds and 55 species of mammals, as well as extensive vegetation of more than 500 species. At the base of the mountains there is tropical monsoon forest, above 900 m the forest is sub-tropical. The highest point in the park, Bach Ma Mountain, is 1450 m above sea level and only 18 km away from the coast. Visitors have been coming to Bach Ma since the 1930s, when the French Colonials built a hill resort here to escape the hot and humid plains during the summer months. The National Park has restored some of the villas built at that time, and is upgrading the services for tourist services.

Hoian Bach Ma National Park
Hoian Bach Ma National Park

Leave Hoi An at 7.30 a.m for hitting upwards to Bach Ma National Park travel center then get ready for the trek to top of Bach Ma mountain, great chances are here to learn about the diverse fauna, flora and wonderful view of Bach Ma, take a swim in the small romantic pools and fairy streams then go a break for lunch at Ngu Ho(five pools). An amazing waterfall of Do Quyen will be within an hour walk we head to.Tour ends at 4.30pm and back to Hoi An 7:00pm or drop off in Hue city.


 Group  1  2  3  4  5
 Price  3,200  2,050  1,690  1,390  1,200

Inclusions: Private car transfer, Entrance fees, English speaking guide, Lunch, Mineral water & wet tissue.

Exclusions: Other drinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip.

Note: We suggest a small, lightweight day pack for cameras, spare film, drinking water and comfortable walking shoes.

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