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Top 5 trekking routes in Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park has long acquired its reputation for being a special-use forest, combining famous ecotourism with a diverse system of rivers, lakes, caves and vegetation in Bac Kan province.

The 10 best accommodations in Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park has a wide range of accommodations, varying from budget hostels and homestays to deluxe hotels. With such competition, only a few stand out for offering the whole package. Here are the 10 best accommodations in Ba Be National Park.

The outstanding sporting event in Northern Vietnam - Ba Be Jungle Marathon

The new year of 2021 marks the end of the most turbulent year 2020 and the beginning to unfold a promising year of recovery, restart and discovery. Under the impact of Covid-19 over the past year, people’s awareness together with their interest toward health enhancement and sport activities has been raised significantly.

New Evidence of Prehistoric Human Presence in Ba Be National Park

In July 2020, a significant discovery was made in the field of archaeology in caves of our beloved Ba Be national park, in Bac Kan province, Northern Vietnam. Archaeologists unearthed several objects dated to 20,000 years ago, shading a new light on the early traces of human life in the area.

Ba Be National Park Clean-up Tour 2 Days 1 Night

To celebrate World Environment Day on June 5, Mr Linh’s Adventures organises a 2-day trip to raise awareness to protect our environment in Ba Be National Park.

3-day trip to Ban Gioc Waterfall and Ba Be Lake

The words will be hard to find to qualify this experience. Northern Vietnam may not be the first destination popping into your mind for a relaxing holiday. There may be no beaches but the scenery creates such a unique atmosphere that you will feel enchanted and mesmerised at every step.

10 Best things to do in Ba Be National Park

Sitting peacefully in the North-East province of Bac Kan, Ba Be is a haven of extraordinary scenery, fascinating biodiversity and rich culture. The ethnic minority communities live in small hamlets throughout the park and still maintain a simple way of life, living off the land and fishing from the lakes and rivers. As you adventure through the national park you will have the chance to meet the local people and discover their history and culture. The many different areas of the park are steeped in mystery and legends, the stories handed down through many generations.

Living Off the Land at Ba Be National Park

fishery have been achieved, daily. Trieu Van Ngu works the stunningly vast lake of Ba Be on a boat about one foot wide and six feet long – in short, a death-trap. Laughing death in the face with a nonchalance usually reserved for Evel Knievel or Motorhead’s Lemmy, Trieu goes out on the water for four hours each morning and each afternoon.

Authentic homestay in Ba Be National Park

This, I had heard, was the highlight of any trip to Ba Be National Park - a trek up to Mr Hung's Dzao Homestay at Na Nghe and then back to a waterfall, river, cave and the lake.

Long Tong festival of Tay ethnic minority in Ba Be

A sea of motorbikes stretch across the fallow rice field. The world and his wife have arrived for the 3 day festival of Long Tong at Bo Lu village, to celebrate the imminent planting of the rice for the next season. Following on so soon after Tet the week before, the villagers have had a good time of it, but now thousands of people have come from all the surrounding villages to join together in feasting, drinking, games and traditional entertainments.
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