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3 Thrilling Camping Sites in Vietnam You Would Love to Try

While you may have heard about the delicious cuisines and delectable flavours of the Vietnamese culinary retreats, you would also have heard about Vietnam as a beautiful place and it exuberating vibrancy of natural beauties that you can find over there. There are very few such countries in the world where you can get to see nature with such closeness and intricacy as you can in the Vietnamese landscape.

There is a basic reason why Vietnam hasn’t been as prominent as a few other south-east Asian countries. The important factor is in its isolated and a bit underwhelming economy which has not got a thrust as it should have had after the end of the Vietnamese war. Even though, the tides are changing for good and it would be apt for you to visit this country at the moment especially if you are a budget-savvy adventure seeker. You can easily manage a trip to Vietnam with the Ma Giam Gia Klook and avail additional discounts on your purchase. Here are 3 Camping sites in Vietnam which will make you feel excited about the experience.

Cúc Phương National Park

CucCuc Phuong is a national park which is situated on the border of 3 adjoining provinces. Although the major chunk of it is in Ninh Binh province is known for its unique topographic feature known as karst. The national park covers a region that is occupied by several hills and mountains alongside a lush green vegetation all around. One would ideally want to camp in any such landscape for its rich natural elements, and for all the variable varieties of fun activities that one could perform in such locales. One can do canoeing, rafting, hiking and cave exploration expeditions in the midst of nature. It is highly recommended that you must stay for at least 2-3 days during the camping so that you can get all the stunning views in your tour album.

Mù Cang Chải

Hai vanThe northeast region of Vietnam is one of the most isolated parts of the country and it ideally consumes a lot of time to reach there from the capital. The ride can tiresome too due to the uneven land. Only a very few people visit the site and that too with a specific reason. The agricultural rice paddy field of the region is very eloquently set up with the give perfect pictures. Although, you must pay attention to the fact that camping in this region is at its best between the month of September to the month of November. You should always ask the local authorities before camping at Mu Cang Chai to avoid any inconvenience all the while.

Phong Nha-Kẻ Park

Son Dong CaveThis place is widely popular in the world and specifically geological researchers due to the Son Doong cave that is found in this park. It is the largest cave in the entire world and this reason alone is enough to drag a crowd of visitors. But to avoid any damage which might be caused by flooding of tourists, the government authorities have limited the number of visitors that can go inside the cave in a year. The fee charged by the Government is also really hefty as it would cost you $5000 a person each. To be honest, the price appears a bit on the higher side but it is fairly well justified as it would be impossible to limit the passion travellers to flock inside and ruin the incredibly giant and big natural cave. The cave is so big that one who gets inside would take 4-5 days to go through the entire cave. The cave is a home of many unknown species yet to be explored about.  While one might make a mistake of thinking it as an easy journey, it is not true. One would need to be physically fit and flexible to climb, crawl and swim whenever required.