Nam Dong rare conifer conservation area
Nam Dong precious and rare conifers conservation area has a total area of 646,95ha but is very diverse in species of flora and fauna. Up to now, the total number of plant and animal species in Nam Dong Nature Reserve is: 890 species (of which: Plants: 673 species, 465 genera, 136 families; fauna: 217 species, 103 families, 32 orders). Added to the list of flora and fauna in 2012 are 494 species of animals and plants (in which: 300 species of plants, 194 species of animals).
Pha Phang is a limestone mountain with sloping terrain in Nam Dong commune with rich, diverse and primeval resources with many rare and precious plant species such as Pa Co pine, Dinh pine, narrow striped conifer, long leaf bamboo pine. … This is a very interesting place for visitors to study and explore.
Pu Hu Nature Reserve
Pu Hu Nature Reserve was established in 1999 with an area of 23.249,45 hectares. Phase 1 from 1999 to 2005 basically completed the inspection of flora and fauna in the forests of the reserve. Phase 2 from 2005 to 2010 mainly focuses on construction and tourism planning, with focus on two main routes: Ma river route and Pu Hu peak tourist route. Pu Hu plays an important role in the protection of the Ma River watershed.
Pu Hu Nature Reserve is a combination of limestone mountain ecosystems with unique mountain and forest ecosystems, with many rare species of animals and plants. Pu Hu has two main forest types. Lowland evergreen forest is distributed at altitudes below 2 m, with dominant plant species belonging to the Bean family, Xoan family and Bo Hon family. At lower elevations, this type of forest has been cleared for swidden cultivation. Lowland evergreen forest distributed at elevations above 700 m, with dominant plant species of the family Chestnut, Mulberry and Re (Anon. 700a)
With a unique combination of ecosystems, rich in precious genetic resources, Pu Hu has many animal species such as sun bear, jet-black gibbon, great lorise… and rare plants such as monkey face. , Sao Hon Gai, Trai Ly… system of Hoc mountain peaks and Don cave with three natural stalactites. This is really a special destination for tourists wishing to learn, research and explore.
Ho Pha Day
The lake belongs to But village, Nam Xuan commune. In Thai, Pha means mountain, Day means ladder. As the name implies, Pha Day Lake is located on the top of But mountain 700m above sea level, the way up is precarious and winding with steep slopes, winding roads in layers of mist. .
This is the right place for eco-tours, camping, exploring and giving backpackers the ideal experience.
Co Phuong Cave
Co Phuong cave is located in Sai village, Phu Le commune. The word Co Phuong in the local language means Cay Khe. This place was fiercely attacked in the two great Patriotic wars. In particular, this used to be an important base serving the Dien Bien Phu campaign. The story of Co Phuong shop in Sai village is a tragic story about many young volunteers and citizens of the fire line in their youth who heroically sacrificed themselves while on duty.
The cave has an area of about 20 square meters, with two entrances. The deeper inside the cave, the narrower it becomes, surrounded by many rocky areas of Po Ha about 60m long and 40m wide with beautifully stacked stone slabs.
Communal site of Hang . village
Thanks to the favor of nature and intact cultural values, Hang village in Phu Le commune is one of the few selected villages to develop a community-based eco-tourism model. In which, the type of Homestay (green tourism) has attracted a large number of tourists to come here, especially foreign tourists.
This place is also an attractive tourist destination connecting eco-tours in Lac village (Mai Chau – Hoa Binh), Pu Luong nature reserve and other tourist attractions inside and outside the province.
Phi cave, also known as Ma cave, Lung Mu cave on Pha Cang mountain in Kham village, Hoi Xuan commune. This is the burial cave discovered early and has the largest number of coffins in the cave in Vietnam.
Archaeologists have discovered the grave of the ancient Thai people dating back more than 700 years, at an altitude of tens of meters. Mysterious and sacred stories about ancient burial customs become an unforgettable highlight when visitors enjoy this ecological complex.
Ho Vinh Quang
This is a natural lake in Vinh Quang village, Phu Nghiem commune. Here visitors can immerse themselves in the vast space, charming scenery, admire the natural scenery.
Along with that, there are boating, fishing excursions and especially, visitors can also enjoy the delicious taste of grilled chicken and very attractive Lang fish soup.
Bo Muoi Cave
Quan Hoa is a mountainous district located in the west of Thanh Hoa province, Quan Hoa town is 134 km far from Thanh Hoa city in the direction of National Highway 15A and National Highway 217. Quan Hoa is located in a high mountainous area, with administrative boundaries as follows: In the west, it borders Muong Lat district (Thanh Hoa province) and Vieng Xay district, Hua Phan province (Lao People’s Democratic Republic). The North borders Van Ho district (Son La province) and Mai Chau district (Hoa Binh province). The East borders Ba Thuoc district (Thanh Hoa province). To the south, it borders Quan Son district (Thanh Hoa province). Bo Muoi cave is also known as Cay Bac cave, located in Hang village, Phu Le commune.
This used to be the shelter of the people and the people on the front lines in the resistance war against the Americans to save the country. This place has become a famous historical place, attracting tourists to learn, visit and educate the revolutionary tradition.
Pu Luong Nature Reserve
Pu Luong Nature Reserve is located in two districts of Ba Thuoc and Quan Hoa. This is a place with a rich natural landscape, diverse in flora and fauna. Along with that, the unique national cultural identity of the Thai community makes Pu Luong a unique beauty.
Pu Luong is beautiful all year round, and the most beautiful is in May-June with the new green color of rice terraces and in September-October when the terraced rice fields are ripe and golden stretching on the mountainside. This is a very attractive place for tourists who love to explore, immerse themselves in mountain life, and especially suitable for young people and backpackers.
Temple to worship the Commander-in-Chief of the Kham Ban army – Muong Ca Da festival
The Lieutenant General who commanded the Kham Ban army was a talented leader, good at martial arts, who had the merit of helping King Le Loi fight off the Minh invaders from our country. His temple is located on the slopes of Pom Keo hill in Kham village, Hoi Xuan commune. The way to the temple is low steps so visitors can easily move. The fresh air, tranquility and sacredness make this place an ideal stop on a spiritual tour.
The commander-in-chief of the Kham Ban army was also the one who founded Muong Ca Da around the 5th century. Muong Ca Da festival is a traditional festival of ethnic communities in Quan Hoa district, held every 2 years around the XNUMXnd lunar month. This is an opportunity for the people here to remember the talented general of Le Loi, who had many merits and gratitude to the Le court.
Co Luong Cave
Located on Co Luong mountain, in Kham village, Hoi Xuan commune, this is an attractive destination for tourists who are passionate about exploring. The cave is thousands of square meters wide, composed of three distinct floors with many layers of valuable stalactites. Here visitors will admire the pristine stalactites with a history of hundreds of years, with different shapes such as turtles, beds, wells, terraces, waterfalls, and Quan Am images. ..
Because it is located on a high rocky mountain, if you want to visit the whole cave, it takes about 10 hours and when you go, you need to bring a bunch of forest trees to mark the paths in the cave.
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