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9 nature sights in Vietnam that you should put on your travel list

9 nature sights in Vietnam that you should put on your travel list

It’s not only about Ha Long Bay, Vietnam has a myriad of awe-inspiring natural destinations that appear at every turn in Vietnam. Let’s check out these amazing sights below.

Son Doong Cave

Son Doong, the world’s largest cave, offers fortunate travelers a once in a lifetime experience with its spectacular view. To reach the cave, you need to cross underground rivers, explore two gigantic cave ceiling collapses, traverse through underground rainforests, and sleep in some of the world’s most magnificent campsites.

Son Doong Cave - photo: oxalis

Hai Van Pass

Though it is a man-made road, the beautiful landscape surrounding is what people fall for. Crossing over a spur of Truong Son mountain range between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Da Nang City, it stands at 500m above sea level, making it the highest pass in Vietnam. The road weaves through alluring mountains overlooking a gorgeous coastline view. 

Hai Van Pass - photo: internet

Mui Ne Sanddunes

Mui Ne is well known for its gigantic white and red sand dunes. Among them, the white sand dunes attract more attention due to its endless pale-yellow sands. You will find yourself lost in the Sahara if there is no blue ocean and jungles around.

Mui Ne sand dunes - Photo: internet

Muong Hoa valley

Nestled in a range of magnificent mountains, Muong Hoa sits at 1,000 meters above sea level. The valley is bestowed for its pristine nature and the cultural richness of the local ethnic minority that can hardly be found elsewhere.

Muong Hoa Valley - Photo: internet

Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta offers visitors lush and peaceful land where they are free to relax in the maze of mangrove forests, coconut trees, and rivers crisscrossing. Tropical fruits are one of the most famous produce in this area.

Mekong Delta

Ban Gioc Waterfall

Ban Gioc Waterfall is a popular nature site among locals. The massive water falling down into the green lake, creating a foggy misty scene in the early morning. You should get yourself on the bamboo drafts to have a closer look at this magnificent waterfall.

Ban Gioc waterfall - Photo: interntet

Tonkinese Alps 

Tonkinese Alps features rice terraces, lush vegetation, and Fansipan, Vietnam's highest peak. It embraces from sinuous and spidery ridges, rice terraces cascade down into the deep valleys and ethnic minority villages.

Tokinese Alps - Photo: internet

Con Dao island

This pristine and peaceful island is the ideal place to relax and back to nature. Crystal clear water, white sand beaches, and quietness are all you have on the island. 

Con Dao Island - Photo: hanoitimes

Ba Be Lake

The lake is located in Ba Be national park, enclosed by the limestone mountain range and old-growth forests. With its water capacity and diversity in biology and geology, Ba Be Lake has important values in nature preservation in North Vietnam.

Ba Be lake - Photo: tongcucdulich