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Highlights:

  • Making a trekking trip into the dense forest and take picture with the giant Tung tree.
  • Going to Bear and Wildlife Rescue station.
  • Taking a cycling to villages staying in the safari park, chatting with the locals and enjoying fresh atmosphere.
  • Wearing life-jacket and going kayaking through Dong Nai River.
  • Stepping on Monkey Island, also called Dao Tien Endangered Primate Species Centre.
  • Experiencing a local farm stay.

Description

Duration : 2 Days 1 Night

Pick up at your hotel and depart for Cat Tien. Follow the National Highway 20 to a mountainous area full of roadside plantations of rubber and green coffee. A short and smooth 150km bus drive takes you to an extinct volcanic crater, known as Lava Tubes. Cross the Dong Nai River to Cat Tien National Park and begin your wildlife experience. Go trekking into the forest & Giant Tung Tree, inclusive of picnic lunch and hammock rest. Visit Bear and Wildlife Rescue Center.

In the late afternoon, it’s time for chilling out at Jungle Lodge’s swimming pool and biking around Nam Cat Tien village to explore the local life.

Wake up & take an early boat trip down Dong Nai River to enjoy the most beautiful moment of nature in the village and Cat Tien National park surrounding area.

Breakfast is ready to your day.Visit Dao Tien Endangered Primate Species centre where the people here specialize in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of endangered primates naturally found in the surrounding region, and resident primates have all been victims of the illegal wildlife trade. 

Have lunch and trip back to Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Transportation
  • Accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • English speaking guide
  • Activities
  • Leech socks
  • Entrance fees
  • 1 bottle of water/pax/day
  • Beverage
  • Insurance
  • Tips + personal expenses
  • Tourists should bring hat, water, snacks, insect repellent & good walking shoes as it is National Park.

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