Golden Sunset on the Van Long Lagoon

Nga Do
Van Long is renowned for a legendary land, a breath-taking tourist destination as well as the largest wetland nature reserve in Northern Delta. Van Long with a total area of 3,000 hectares is situated on the boundaries of seven communes of Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province.

Far from Hanoi about 80km, Van Long Lagoon is in Gia Vien district, Ninh Binh province. Van Long Lagoon is an interesting destination for a weekend trip. Situated in a valley covered by limestone mountains and many unexplored caves, this place is becoming an attractive eco-tourism spot for local and foreign tourists.

Besides, Van Long Lagoon is also the biggest wetland nature reserve in Red River Delta with thousands of animals, plants, and aquatics including many rare species such as Asian black bears, antelopes, civets, clouded leopards, red-faced macaques, and leopards. Coming here, you will have an opportunity to sit on a boat and admire charming, quiet and wild scenery. In addition, Van Long is also home to many scenic and cultural relics. Surely it brings you new and interesting emotions.

Visit Van Long lagoon at 5pm. This is a wonderful experience. You will be watching the sun go down the lagoon, watching the Storks fly back to the nest, listening to the birds singing, enjoying the peaceful afternoon on the lagoon, is a truly wonderful experience.

Van Long landscape is not only one of the most must-see ecotourism destinations but also a place for domestic together with foreign scientists as well as students to research, study and  learn about this beautiful wetland of Vietnam. Visit Van Long Lagoon to discover the wonderful nature of Vietnam.

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