Highlights: Ninh Binh province is a small wedge-shaped province that stretches from Cuc Phuong National Park in the west to a sliver of land facing out to the Gulf of Tonkin. Often referred to as Ha Long Bay on the land, the province is charactised by lush green paddie and the striking limestone outcrops.
Highlights: Tam Chuc pagoda lies within the Tam Chuc Tourist Complex which covers a total area of 5,000 ha. Situated in the North of Ha Nam Province, Tam Chuc Pagoda is 60 km from Hanoi and it is being built on the foundation of the former pagoda and surrounded by newly built structures, a parking lot, an immense lake system, and lush forests. Tam Chuc Pagoda enchants the eyes of visitors by its great combination of impressive architecture and spectacular landscapes. Cuc Phuong National Park is the oldest national park in Vietnam. Located only 120km southwest of Hanoi and nestled between the provinces of Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa, Cuc Phuong boasts an engaging cultural and wildlife heritage and enchanting scenery.
Highlights: Located 130km south of Hanoi in Ninh Binh province, Cuc Phuong National Park and the surrounding area make a perfect side trip from Hanoi. The Park is an important nature reserve and ecosystem with peaks of over 600 Meters and valleys of subtropical rainforest.
Highlights: Visitor center & endangered primate rescue center - Botanical gardens - The cave of prehistoric man (0,3km walk) - Big tree (9km walk on loop trail with some small rocky slopes)
Tour Level: Moderation
Group Size: Private Tour Only.