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Cat Tien Park

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Cat Tien Park

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2-day Trekking And Discovering Nam Cat Tien National Park
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2-day Trekking And Discovering Nam Cat Tien National Park

Cat Tien National Park is estimated as the reserve of natural resources in Vietnam with lots of rare, specious and endemic genes of fauna and flora, as plentiful site for scientists, domestic and foreign tourists.<br>Relaxing and trekking to Nam Cat Tien National Park.<br>Discovering animal by jeep at night time.<br>Getting more knowledge about hundreds trees in the jungle.<br>Feeling free in the fresh atmosphere
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Dino wrote a review Sep 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam69 contributions12 helpful votes
Wonderful place to experience the beauty of Vietnam's nature. We had a great trekking tour thanks to our guide, Ms Ka Tuyen who as a member of the local ethnic minority that was living in the forest until it became a national park had a wealth of knowledge for everything about it. A great experience!
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Date of experience: September 2020
Jacques F wrote a review Jun 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam43 contributions7 helpful votes
I went with some friends for a weekend trip. Reception at the park was very friendly and the room had all the basics. Could have done with a mini fridge, but the resturants are close by. There is two resturants and both is recommended, Staff very friendly and helpful with advise. Food was excellent, drinks not so much choice but enough to keep you happy. We rented some bicycles to go explore, again very helpful staff. You have a range of bikes so sure you will find one that suits you, word of advice if you want to go just for the day go early to ensure you can get a bike, they tend to run out of them quickly.
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Date of experience: June 2020
Oksana P wrote a review May 2020
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine11 contributions
We spent two days at the park. First day we rented a bicycles and had a ride through the forest. Second day we rented a boat and had a ride with birdwatching, as an entertainment bonus a skipper will let you drive a boat by yourself!
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Date of experience: May 2020
Monty46 wrote a review May 2020
Hong Kong, China17 contributions7 helpful votes
I was looking for a place to see Vietnamese Wildlife and came across Cat Tien National park which was great and relatively easy to get to from HCMC. There is a sanctuary where you can see gibbons and Asian bears at the main entrance but it was great to be able to see crocodiles, snakes, dozens of different species of birds and several monkeys all roaming free in the forest. I was reading that much of the wildlife in Vietnam is seriously endangered so it was really positive to see such a place on my trip.
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Date of experience: May 2020
Danya F wrote a review Apr 2020
Columbus, Ohio339 contributions69 helpful votes
My advice is to go for at least two or three days if you are a birder. We had arranged ahead of time to have a local birding guide help us find birds at Cat Tien. Many of the birds we found early in the morning from the sidewalk leading away from the park headquarters. It helped that our guide had a spotting scope with him. We also visited three hides in the forest and saw many birds from there. We ate both lunch and dinner at the Yellow Bamboo Restaurant next to the ferry, which was basic but good. In the evening we did the nightly safari trip, even though our guide said to only expect some deer. We saw two different kinds of deer, an owl, and a porcupine. We enjoyed it, even though it is too difficult to take photographs at night while on a bumpy truck. We stayed at the Cat Tien Jungle Lodge across the river, which was comfortable, although we thought the breakfast buffet could have been better. If you do the night safari, you will still be able to get a ferry across the river to your lodging on the other side. The next morning we needed to return to HCMC around noon. We skipped breakfast in order to go back to the park. Our biggest problem was that we wanted to take the ferry across the river earlier than when the first ferry left. It was so frustrating to hear all the gibbons at the park in the early morning while sitting and waiting for the ferry! We did not do the gibbon trek as the gibbons pretty much can be seen directly from the park headquarters and lodging. They put out a basket of bananas behind one of the buildings to attract them so tourists can have a better chance of spotting them.
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Date of experience: January 2020