The world in Pu Mat symbolizes the diverse flora and fauna of the country
Set out for Pu Mat National Park if you’re an enthusiast of eco-tourism and adventurous exploration. The park offers visitors a good retreat from the sultry summer days. Visitors will find themselves wandering in a secluded and remote area away from the urban noises. You’ve probably heard that Pu Mat National Park is praised probably heard for being the largest forest in north-central Vietnam and a flagship national wildlife reserve. The world in Pu Mat symbolizes the diverse flora and fauna of the country, making it prominent among ecological places to visit in Vietnam. With its diversity, a visit to Pu Mat is believed to be an eye-opener for those who love discovering untouched nature.
Nestled on the eastern slope of Truong Son mountain range, in Vietnam's north central coast region, the park covers a stretch of 94,804 ha, running over three districts of Nghe An Province: Tuong Duong, Con Cuong, and Anh Son.
It is home to 2,400 flora species
In 2007, the park was recognized as a World Nature Reserve by UNESCO. It is home to 2,400 flora species, including loads of medicinal plants, 37 of which have been listed in Vietnam’s red book and 20 in the world’s. In addition, the fauna species are of all shapes and sizes with 240 types, including Saola- a rare animal. That’s just to acclaim that Pu Mat Has great ecological importance with a rich source of rare and precious species.
Pu Mat is endowed with reasonable weather, thus making it fit for a visit, especially in the summertime. In Thai Language, Pu Mat is interpreted as “High slopes”. As illustrated by its name, Pu Mat encompasses rugged and steep hill roads which are a great resource for climbing, kayaking, and camping that fit all adventurer’s style. All you need is a bit of courage to conquer towering hills and glide across flowing streams.
Pu Mat encompasses rugged and steep hill roads which are a great resource for climbing, kayaking, and camping
For something that comes with more ease, take a moment to admire its mysterious marvels such as discovering impressive waterfalls (Khe Kem Waterfall), channels, and old-year caves. This is as awe-inspiring as unraveling the myths of forest-filled heaven.
Explore the biodiversity and scenic views, then go on to learn about traditional customs and ethnic culture. The park is inhabited by Thai, Kho Mu, and Du people all of which are chances to experience local culture. Dance over bamboo poles and drink rice wine through bamboo tubes, try on brocades dress will embed deeply in your own travelogue.
Tourists can also learning about traditional customs and ethnic culture
During my 3-day trip, to my pleasure, I realized there were a few other backpackers here as I highly appreciated such a less-traveled place. I was able to immerse myself with the life of hill tribes as I stayed with a Thai family. It was really fantastic to recall the moment of sinking my teeth into fabulous dishes, viewing stilt-houses of Thai people, riding with cow or buffalo-drawn carts.
Staying with a Thai family is an unforgetable experience
As a primitive forest with beautiful landscapes, Pu Mat promises to be a trip of your lifetime. When you make your way to this fabulous park, you not only sharpen the know-how of the ecosystem but satisfy your thirst for exploring well worth places to visit in Vietnam.
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