The Pu Luong limestone scenery is a region of extraordinary magnificence, culture interest and high biodiversity value extending from Mai Chau in the North to the Cuc Phuong National park in the South East. It is honored with rich timberland, stunning limestone karsts, radiant terraced rice fields and amazing scenery.
Pu Luong Nature Reserve was built in 1999, is approximately 170km from Hanoi. As a nature reserve with an aggregate zone of 17,662 ha, 3/4 of the reserve is essential tropical forest. This is additionally living spot of ethnic Muong and Thai individuals. Pu Luong implies the most elevated pinnacle of the town, in Thai dialect.
Pu Luong and its nature reserve are gradually picking up support in the district and beginning to see more visitor consideration over the generally most popular destinations in the north, for example, Cao Bang, Ha Giang, Mai Chau, and Sapa.
Travelling to Pu Luong on the tours of Vietnam is perfect for the nature lovers wishing to escape the bustle of city life and see imposing mountain ranges, intact rivers and waterfalls, poetic villages, and immense valleys of beautiful terraced rice fields. Plus, a tour of a less-visited place like Pu Luong makes it possible to get off-the-beaten-path and appreciate the remote life and taste the local cuisine.
The Pu Luong region gives the perfect opportunity to get to know authentic Vietnam with its remote region and friendly and kind-hearted local ethnic-minority Muong and Thai that have their own interesting cultures and lifestyles.
Pu Luong and its nature reserve is slowly gaining favour in the region and starting to see more tourist attention over the otherwise most famous destinations in the north, such as Cao Bang, Ha Giang, Mai Chau, and Sapa.
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