Trekking in Cuc Phuong National to explore the beauty of nature by visiting the dense, grass jungle valley, seeing the giant ancient tree and various fauna and flora. In addition, rare primates are available for tourists to see and take photographs
- Cuc Phuong National Park
- Visit Turtle Conservation Center, the Endangered Primate Rescue Center
- Visit the Cave of Prehistoric Man, where human skeletons and stone tools dated to some 7.500 years old have been found
7:30 – 8:00 a.m: Pick you up from hotel in Hanoi and transfer to Cuc Phuong National Park (140km).
11.00 a.m: Arrive Park; visit Turtle Conservation Center, the Endangered Primate Rescue Center – one of the highlights of a visit to Cuc Phuong, where you can observe some of the rarest primate species in the world. The primate center houses specimens of langurs, loris, and gibbon species, include the critically endangered Delacour’s Langur, Golden-headed Langur, Tonkin Snub-nosed Langur and Black Crested Gibbon. The primate center was established in 1993 with the help of the Frankfurt Zoological Society and has grown to 100 animals in 30 cages, 4 houses, and two semi-wild enclosures.
12.00: Have lunch in a local restaurant at park headquarter.
1.00 p.m: In the afternoon, visit the Cave of Prehistoric Man, where human skeletons and stone tools dated to some 7.500 years old have been found. After leaving the cave, the car will bring you to the park center where you will begin hiking a 7km loop trail to see the 1000 year old tree. On this trail you will have a chance to discover the secrets of nature.
3.00 p.m: Take the bus back to Hanoi.
6.00 p.m: Drop you at the hotel, tour finish.
What to bring: Boots/walking shoes/sport shoes, headlights, clothes (warm clothes in winter), hat, camera, binoculars, insect repellent…etc.
• Admission fees
• Meals (1 lunch)
• Transfer in air-conditioned vehicle
• Fully escorted by English speaking guide
• Travel insurance
• Personal Expenses, bar, drinks
• Tips and gratuities