The Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park considered one of the best hot spots of biodiversity in the world. It is home to many endemic species – plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet. You will get great insight in to the fauna and flora of the park and learn about conservation from a local expert with many years of experience in the conservation of the area.
View the beautiful scenery of the park in safety on the back of the motorbike of a licensed Vietnamese local rider as you travel between the Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre and the Botanic Gardens
After seeing the Wildlife Rescue Centre and its patients and residents, you will take a challenging trek through the tropical forest in the National Park using a “Secret Route” which the soldiers used during the war. Have a barbecue lunch in the entrance of “Weapon Cave”. After the trek you have the option to swim in a natural swimming pool.
See the semi-wild enclosure in the Botanic Gardens, the half-way house for rescued animals before they are released.
This tour is a great way to see what happens in the background of the National Park, will get you up and close with many of the animals that inhabit it, and is a great way to support the local conservation efforts. The tour does include quite a tough hike through 8-10km of jungle to a primary forest, so please be quite fit!
8-10km of Primary Jungle Trekking, Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre, Jungle BBQ, Swim in a natural pool
Medium high – fitness is required for the challenging terrain of the 8-10 km jungle hike.
Gear to bring:
Trekking clothes (long trousers and shirt), sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, sunglasses, swimming gear.
BBQ lunch, drinks and snacks, all entrance fees, local tour guide speaking fluent English, transportation by easy rider motorbike
Tour departs daily at 8:30 am
Minimum 2, maximum 14 people