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Bu Gia Map – A peaceful mountainous area

WEDnesday - 10/11/2021 03:05
The Bu Gia Map National Park does not only provide natural habitats for animals, plants, wonderful landscapes but also primitive and peaceful forests that attract tourists
The Bu Gia Map National Park locates in a transitional area from the Central Highlands to the Southeast of Vietnam and it represents the culture of both regions. This Park provides natural habitats for many wild animals and plants that are threatened but also has majestic mountains, wonderful landscapes, and poetic sceneries but also primitive natural forests that feature the culture of ethnic groups in the area. The features of natural and cultural landscapes create special characteristics that attract tourists from other regions.

Natural forest in the Bu Gia Map National Park

The Bu Gia Map National Park has tourism sites that are linked by traffic roads to offer tourists wonderful experiences. There are two roads through the Bu Gia Map National Park and they enclose the border of the park. There are numerous trails along these roads that enable people to access interesting sites. Especially, tourists can visit forest ranger stations and the protection camps of local communities to feel the beauty, peace, and inelegance that characterize the mountainous area.

Black-shanked douc langur in the Bu Gia Map National Park

White storks under the sunset in the Bu Gia Map National Park

During the journey on these roads, tourists have opportunities to visit the Dak Bo rest stop. This rest stop was renovated by transferring from a forest ranger station because of the requirement of forest protection in another area. This rest stop is 50 km far from the headquarter of the Bu Gia Map National Park and it is an interesting destination during your journey in the Bu Gia Map National Park. At this stop, tourists have opportunities to contemplate natural forests filled with the songs of birds and gibbons in the early morning. Tourists have opportunities to deeply immerse in the melody of natural forests when they lie on hammocks to observe butterflies and listen to the sound of leaves to relax in a peaceful world.

Dak Bo rest stop

Tourists also have opportunities to contemplate the sunset in the forest in the late afternoon. When the last sunbeams gradually disappear on the top of trees, birds and mammals return to their nests. On the canopy of the forest, the herds of black-shanked douc langurs move and dangle among branches to return to their nests. White storks in the far forest create the mystery of the beauty of the forest in the sunset.

Foreign tourists exchange with local communities

Foreign tourists visited S’Tieng children

Besides exploring natural forests, tourists may also visit villages to understand and exchange the culture with the communities of S’Tieng and M’Nong in the buffer zones of the Bu Gia Map National Park.

Foreign tourists visited a handicraft family

Only two weekend days, you can come and feel the peace of the mountainous area in Bu Gia Map.

Author: Do Truong Giang (Deputy Director of the Center for Environmental Education and Forest Environment Services

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