Bai Tu Long National Park is located in Bai Tu Long Bay, Van Don District, Quang Ninh Province, about 200km east of Hanoi.
Bai Tu Long National Park consists of marine ecosystems with marine areas occupying two thirds of the national park area and is home to many rare plant and animal species recorded in the Red Book.
With a total area of 15,783 hectares, of which forest and forest land area is 6,125 hectares with more than 40 big and small islands and 9,650 hectares of sea surface, waterlogged and flooded areas. In the ecological area of Ba Mun island, Minh Chau commune is the core area of the national park. The fauna and flora species in the park and the sea in Bai Tu Long National Park are very rich, rare and valuable in gene conservation.
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According to the National Park’s survey, there are 178 species of aquatic plants, 119 species of fish, 132 species of invertebrates, 106 species of coral, living in the sea, tidal flats, turtles and dozens of hunting birds. Endemic species such as: Burmese hawk, Japanese falcon, black hawk, fire stingers, big blades, Hainan flycatcher …
The geological structure of Bai Tu Long National Park consists of islands lying interlaced with rocky islands such as: Ba Mun, Ngoc Lon, Ngoc Nho, Nam Bo, Sau Dong, Dong Ma, Hon Chau, Lo Ho, Ha Nam, Ha Bac, Di To, Chu Chay, Da Khoi, Soi Nhu, there are limestone mountains surrounded by large valleys to create the habitat to create a rich habitat of many kinds of animals. different things.
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you will see Bat Cave, located in Cai Lim area of Tra Ngo Lon island. It is a mangrove forest area of about 10 ha. The terrain of Hang Doi is not directly exposed to sea water. Sea water flows through underground caves or rocky recesses, plus fresh water flows down the mountain to create a variety of plants and animals. Here there are many species such as frogs, frogs, snakes, interspersed with saltwater species such as shrimp, chán, sam …
Situated at the end of this mangrove forest is Bat Cave, home to thousands of bats. Currently, the bat is home to many species of animals such as otters, civets and foxes. In particular, the monkeys appear quite a lot, including the white-breasted white-breasted monkey that lives naturally here.
This is also a nature reserve, preserving historical culture with archaeological sites such as Soi Nhu cave, which discovered the existence of the ancient Vietnamese about 14 thousand years ago with the vestiges of a trading port Van Don was crowded before.
Located in the population of Bai Tu Long National Park, Minh Chau commune, which owns a fine white sand beach about 2 km long, is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the Tonkin Gulf. Above the beach is a pristine forest stretching on an area of 14ha suitable for ecotourism development.