HUE – BACH MA NATIONAL PARK
Introduce:In 1932, the summit of Bạch Mã selected by the French chief engineer Girard to become a hill station for the colonial administration of Hue. In the following years, a village including 139 villas and hotels was created. For accommodating holiday makers and to avoid commuting on the steep, 19 km long road to the next major town, there were even a post office, a market, and a hospital.By 1937 the number of holiday homes had reached 139 and it became known as the ‘Dalat’ of central Vietnam’.At an elevation of 1.450 meters above sea level, the National Park is a popular summer retreat for the Vietnamese, who come to relieve the cooler temperatures of Bạch Mã.
In the morning:
7h00: Our guide and bus pick up at your hotel transfer to Bạch Mã,…
8h45: At Bạch Mã National Park, visit to Bạch Mã showroom,…
9h30: Make a journey to conquer top of Bạch Mã National Park, at an elevation of 1.450 meters above sea level. On the way, you can discover inartificial beauty of forest reserves…
From Hải Vọng Đài, visitors enjoying the magnificent views from the summit over the mountains such as Cầu Hai lagoon, Hải Vân mountain pass, Huế City,…
One of slogans at Bạch Mã National park was “Kill nothing but time, Take nothing but good photographs, Leave nothing but foot steps”
Coming to Bạch Mã National park, tourists will have opportunities explore mysterious nature such as: Trĩ Sao trail,… At Ngũ Hồ lake, tourists can relax and swim and have a picnic lunch.
In the afternoon:
13h30: Visit Đỗ Quyên Waterfall – is astounding and huge in the wooded mountain. It is more than 300m high and 20-30m wide. It is amazing to watch the silver water running into the bright red of water-rail flowers.
14h30: Go to car-park. On the way, Tourists can stop and admire the statue in marble of Buddha…
17h30: We arrive in Huế and drop you off at your hotel.
PRICE: $27 per person
- New air-con vehicles, Picnic Lunch, English speaking guide, Water on bus (02 bottles/day/pax), Entrance fee, Touristm insurance…
- We prepare Climbing helmets, raincoat for each pax.
Excluded: Personal expenses, Tip.