Situated in the captivating Bai Tu Long Bay area, Bai Tu Long National Park stands as a true testament to the preservation of nature’s splendor. Within its boundaries, all three ecosystems flourish harmoniously, creating an unparalleled haven of biodiversity. This remarkable national park serves as a sanctuary for numerous rare animals, proudly listed in the esteemed Red Book of Vietnam. Prepare to be enchanted as you immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of Bai Tu Long National Park, where nature thrives and every moment is a discovery.
1. How Bai Tu Long National Park is unique?
Bai Tu Long National Park is located in Bai Tu Long Bay tourist area, Van Don District, Quang Ninh Province. The total area of Bai Tu Long National Park is 15,783 ha, of which: forest land accounts for 6,125 ha, covering 40 different islands, the remaining area is sea surface, spare parts and flooded tidal flats. Due to the special geological structure, Ba Mun, Big Tra Ngoc, Small Tra Ngo, Sau Nam, Sau Dong… are adjacent, forming a closed arc. The interior of the arc is the habitat of many rare plants and animals.
With such a large area, visitors to Ha Long tour is difficult to visit all the large and small islands in the national park Bai Tu Long. Therefore, many tour guides will guide visitors to visit the two most ecologically-friendly areas within the Bai Tu Long National Park. They are Ba Mun Island ecological area and Minh Chau commune.
Not only limestone mountain, Bai Tu Long National Park also has mysterious caves under the limestone mountains, including Cai De cave – the largest limestone cave in Ha Long Bay – Bai Tu Long. A very attractive destination for visitors.
2. Top Things to Do in Bai Tu Long National Park
2.1. Explore the ecology of Ba Mun island
Ba Mun Island ecological area is one of the ecologically-rich ecosystems in Bai Tu Long National Park. Ba Mun island has a tropical evergreen forest ecosystem. That is the reason why the trees on the island are always green. Visit the island of Ba Mun in Bai Tu Long National Park. You will discover one of the most beautiful rainforest ecosystems in the country.
If you follow the forest ranger in the forest. You will admire extremely rare species of orchids. Where you can see only Hoang Lien Son and Ba Mun island. In addition to the rare species of plants, visitors will easily see the wild boar, chamois, civet, long tailed monkeys, birds, snakes, turtles… while visiting Ba Mun island.
2.2. Visiting Cai De tunnels cave
In tourist spots in Ha Long Bay, Cai Dau Cave is considered one of the most beautiful and attractive cave adventure tourists in Bai Tu Long Bay. Cai De has a length of 300 – 400 m running through a large limestone mountain. Specially on the ceiling and the two sides of the cave covered with strange stalactites.
What makes visitors want to go to Cai De cave is that small boats can go deep in the cave. But to sail into the cave, visitors have to wait for the water because when the water is high, the sea will flood the ceiling.
2.3. Bat cave
Bat Cave is located in the Cai Lim area. There are more than 10 hectares of mangrove forests. The Bat Cave is one of the most distinctive types of natural terrain due to the fact. That seawater flows through the reef, along with fresh water from the mountainside. There are many freshwater species. Such as: fish, snakes, frogs, and saltwater creatures such as shrimps, snails, sam…
Located at the end of the mangrove forest is Bat Cave – one of the famous tourist sites in Bai Tu Long National Park. Inside the cave is very large and inhabited by thousands of bats. In addition to the bat, there are other species of animals such as otters, civets, foxes… In particular, inside the bat also has a rare species of white hairy chestnut gold.
Beside Bat Cave, Bai Tu Long National Park also has another cave that also has many ecosystems such as Hang Soi Nhu. It is also a famous archaeological site with traces of Vietnamese people living 14,000 years ago.
2.4. Swimming at Minh Chau Beach
Outside the area of Bai Tu Long National Park, there is a beautiful beach. It’s called Minh Chau beach, in Minh Chau commune. Compared with the beautiful beaches in Ha Long Bay, Minh Chau beach can be comparable to the famous beaches Bai Chay, Tuan Chau beach…
When is the best time to visit bait tu long national park?
The best time to visit Bai Tu Long National Park is during the dry season, which typically runs from October to April. During this period, the weather is generally pleasant, with mild temperatures and lower chances of rainfall. The calm waters allow for enjoyable boat trips and exploration of the bay. The months of November and December offer cooler temperatures, making it an ideal time for outdoor activities and hiking within the national park. However, it’s worth noting that Bai Tu Long Bay can be visited year-round, and each season has its unique charm.
Bai Tu Long National Park is one of the most impressive ecotourism in Bai Tu Long Bay. Many tourists come to Bai Tu Long National Park to travel annually. If visitors come to Bai Tu Long Bay should not overlook the opportunity to visit Bai Tu Long National Park. For booking in advance to visit Bai Tu Long Bay you may check out https://www.originvietnam.com/bai-tu-long-bay-cruises/ Or you may give us a call to 84 82 909 8686.