In early 2019, Na Hang – Lam Binh Nature Reserve in Tuyen Quang Province was recognized as a “National Special Scenic Attraction.”
Located in Na Hang and Lam Binh districts, 250km from Hanoi, this 40,000ha attraction has 33,061ha of forests and 8,000ha of lakes.
Multiple lakes densely surrounding karsts help diversify wildlife in the Na Hang – Lam Binh forests with 1,162 floral species and 430 fauna species, including black snub-nosed monkeys, which can be found only in Vietnam.
Scientists have also found in the caves within the Na Hang – Lam Binh foreststraces of prehistoric people. During the recent historical period, many of the caves within the reserve were used as military camps, offices and weapon production factories of the Vietnamese army in the wars against the French and Americans.
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April - May 2019