Sunday, September 29, 2019

Xuan Son National Park - Nature Museum of the ancestral Land

Xuan Son National Park - Nature Museum of the ancestral Land
Xuan Son National Park in Tan Son district, Phu Tho province is one of the 15 largest national parks in Vietnam, with an area of 15 thousand hectares, known as the "green lung" in the Northwest of Phu Tho province.

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Xuan Son National Park - Nature Museum of the ancestral Land
Xuan Son National Park has four seasons of cloud cover.
Xuan Son is the only national park with primeval forests on limestone mountains with diverse flora and fauna with hundreds of species, including endemic species only here.

Located in Xuan Son National Park complex, there are three peaks over 1,000m high, namely Voi, Ten and Can mountain with hundreds of caves. In terms of rivers and streams, it is famous for Lap and Thang streams with waterfalls with a height of over 50m, mixing the silver color of the waterfall with the green color of the old forest to make the scenery both majestic and poetic.

Not only have the opportunity to witness this majestic natural picture, but visitors to Xuan Son are also invited to enjoy the delicious specialties of the indigenous people, the dishes seem only to appear in the myths about Son Tinh - Thuy Tinh like sticky rice with five colors and 9 spur chicken.

Immerse yourself in the scenery of Xuan Son, visitors can enjoy all four seasons in one day: the morning is warm spring, noon is blazing summer sunlight until the sun gradually descends, you will feel a bit the breeze of the autumn weather, and freezing cold at night.

For nature lovers and adventure lovers, Xuan Son National Park is a great rendezvous. There are not only high mountains but also many caves, falls, streams ... suitable for developing eco-tourism.

To promote the potential of local eco-tourism, including Xuan Son National Park, Phu Tho province, has implemented a science and technology application project to propagate and promote cultural heritage and landscapes to promote tourism development to countries around the world.

Accordingly, the project creates a comprehensive set of documents about heritage and landscapes, translated into six languages (English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish) posted on the websites, and produce video clips with subtitles to spread widely to local people and friends around the world.

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