Tourists coming to Vietnam are often mesmerized by the wildly beautiful nature of the country, from the yellow terraces in harvesting season of the North stretching to central highland or the fascinating bustles of the Mekong Delta in the South. The most popular trekking, hiking types in Vietnam are jungle trekking, mountain hiking, countryside hitch-hiking, walking, and rambling adventures. 


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam



Vietnam Paradise travel is pleased to introduce a new amazing trekking route in the Vietnam Discovery tours: Ta Nang – Phan Dung.


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam


People travelling through the route Ta Nang – Phan Dung, passing three provinces (Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan) will not hesitate to say: nowhere has more beautiful trekking route than there.


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam


A lesser-known yet stunning trekking route in Vietnam is the one linking the central provinces of Lam Dong, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan. This will be the most highlight in your Vietnam tour.


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam


Known as the Ta Nang-Phan Dung route, it stretches 55 kilometers, starting from Ta Nang Commune, around 60 kilometers south of the resort town of Da Lat in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, and ending in Phan Dung Commune, a mountainous commune in the south-central province of Binh Thuan.


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam


Trekkers will have the chance to experience crossing the forests, climbing up mountain passes and wading across streams. They will move from the altitude of 1,100 meters down to 500 meters, from the Central Highlands to the coastal area.


An amazing trekking route in Vietnam


Although it takes a lot of effort to finish the trek, it is quite worth it: The landscape is extremely beautiful. It is arguably the most beautiful trek in Vietnam.

It usually takes at least three days to finish this trek. During the rainy season, remember to bring raincoats and warm clothes as the temperature may drop at night.

As trekkers will have to cross the forests, beware of snakes, scorpions and insects, especially wasps.

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