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TrangAn Ecological Tourist Area

TrangAn Ecological Tourist Area

TrangAn Ecological Tourist Area

TrangAn Ecological Tourist Area is a wonderful natural area which many visitors come here every day. It has a diverse system of limestone mountains and natural caves . The limestone mountain’s cliffs rise up to fill the valley. Under the limestone mountains , there are many jaws and the  entrance of caves is the remnant of sea water intrusion. Coming to Trang An, visitors will be surprised with the high rocks, green trees and clear water at the bottom of the cliff . Besides, many mysterious caves are waiting for you to be explored.

Trang An

TrangAn Ecological Tourist Area

Guests get off the boat to discover the mystery of Trang An and 4 unique points that other places don’t have. The space opens up a small area of ​​clouded sky and clear blue water. The first stop on your journey is the Trinh Temple  – it is said that the temple was built long ago and the place where the people worship the two princes in this area. Leaving the Temple, visitors begin their journey to explore caves.

Caves in Trang An

The appeal of caves is made of the natural stalactite system and the cool water, encrusting the deep cracks inside the caves. Each cave here is characterized by the name of the cave and associated with myths. Trang An has about 100 caves, connected by nearly 30 caves.  Each other caves that make up the mystery  system . As the arrangement of nature makes the  trip not repeat as the only way on water. The natural sceneries give Trang An a unique feature that other places  don’t have.

Bai Dinh Trang An ecological tour

Caves in TrangAn

Trang An eco tour

Inside Limestone Mountains

Flora and fauna

Furthermore, the Trang An Ecological Tourism Site also has a diverse range of flora and fauna . Scientists have likened to an “outdoor geological museum” of more than 310 high-plant species, algae and fungus. In particular, a number of species of rare species such as: Sua, Lat, Nghien and many species of high value trees are used as food, as medicines . In addition, there are about 30 species of mammals, more than 50 species of birds, dozens of reptiles, some rare species such as chamois, leopard, phoenix, etc.

Trang An Bai Dinh tour

Trang An Bai Dinh tour

Why don’t you come to Trang An eco-tourism area to enjoy its beauty?  Explore the caves and have pure moments in this place.

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