Explore the wild and diverse nature in Phong Nha Botanical Garden


Located in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park - a world natural heritage recognized by UNESCO, Phong Nha - Ke Bang Botanical Garden is an ideal destination for those who love nature and want to explore the forest ecosystem. With an area of more than 40 hectares, this place possesses majestic, pristine natural landscapes and diverse and rare flora and fauna.

Stepping into Phong Nha - Ke Bang Botanical Garden, visitors will be overwhelmed by the majestic, pristine natural scenery with shady ancient trees, gurgling streams and chirping birds. This place possesses a system of primeval forests, waterfalls and flora and fauna, creating an extremely impressive natural picture.

Phong Nha - Ke Bang Botanical Garden is home to more than 2,000 plant species, including many rare and endemic species of Vietnam. Visitors can join tours to explore primeval forests, learn about rare tree species and the diverse ecosystem of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park.

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Eco-tourism and environmental interpretation Phong Nha Botanical Garden includes 9 attractions: Wind Waterfall, Fairy Waterfall, Vang Anh Lake, Specimen Exhibition House, Nursery of native seedlings, Centenary Star tree, tree Ancient tree, Vong Canh Hill and Am Cave.

Interesting Experience at the Botanical Garden

In addition to exploring nature, visitors to Phong Nha - Ke Bang Botanical Garden can also participate in many other interesting activities, such as:

When you visit Phong Nha Botanical Garden, the first place you will see is Specimen Exhibition House. You can witness specimens of many rare species of animals and plants. This project was built with the main purpose of serving scientific research on the flora in Quang Binh and is also a tourist attraction for visitors.

Visiting the seed nursery is also an important part of the experience. To contribute to the protection and development of botanical gardens in Vietnam, the seed nursery at Phong Nha Botanical Garden has successfully bred many rare plant varieties, such as oil palm trees and orchid trees. This area is not only an interesting sightseeing spot but also a place for many scientists to visit, learn, and conduct research.

Visitors can also enjoy bathing in cool streams and the fresh air of nature at Vang Anh Lake and Wind Waterfall.

For adventure enthusiasts, the botanical garden offers many climbing routes with different levels of difficulty.

Exploring the primeval forest is another highlight of the visit. The garden boasts a magnificent flora system with many rare species, some of which are included in Vietnam's red list. Visitors can admire the rich flora, including nearly 500 tree species of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Notable species include a number of rare wood species with a circumference of up to 300cm, such as green ironwood, mahogany, and a hundred-year-old Vietnamese Star tree with a circumference of over 3 meters. A new species of rare wood tree has been named, and its scientific nomenclature determined.

Visitors can also see hornbills and witness the dance performances of peacocks, one of the ten most beautiful birds on the planet.

For those who want to fully immerse themselves in the wild natural beauty of the Botanical Garden, camping overnight in the forest is an option.

Phong Nha - Ke Bang Botanical Garden is an ideal destination for nature lovers and those who want to explore the extremely rich tropical forest ecosystem. It's a place to experience interesting things and enjoy the fresh air of nature!



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