Bach Ma National Park is a place you can delve into eco-system and go trekking for an interest. Situated in the Annamite Range, this verdant landscape is a popular retreat for locals and travellers from both cities as there are local buses stopping at the nearby Cau Hai Village for 60,000 VND for those travelling from Hue or VND 80,000 from Da Nang.
What to explore?
The national park stands at 1450 metres above sea level, blessed with breathtaking waterfalls, crooked hiking trails. There are also French villas where you can stop by and take a rest after a hard hiking. These luxury villas offer unmatched service and amenities especially spa and massage service in various options.
On hiking trails you might encounter many animals including rare such as monkeys, lizards, birds, etc.. Lush plants you might see are orchids, orchards, etc..
Home to thousands of rare plants and wildlife, visitors can enjoy a full day (or two) of hiking, camping, rappelling, swimming and even abseiling over Do Quyen Fall (Rhododendrun Fall).
When to visit?
The best time to visit Bach Ma national park is from March to August when it’s dry season in Hue. The temperature reaches up to 40 degrees but it is totally fine for you to climb the mountain. Remember to bring insect relief and wear suitable clothes. Rainy season falls between August and January when it is raining almost all the time and might occur flood.