Soft Trekking at Chu Yang Sin National Park in Vietnam’s Central Highlands

Embark on a half day of soft trekking in Chu Yang Sin National Park, an area known for its stunning and extensive evergreen forests. Chu Yang Sin National Park is also famed for its highest peak that reaches 2,442 meters, rising above a tropical forest ecosystem.

Following the path from the bottom of the mountain, a short trek of just two kilometers leads guests to a hidden waterfall known as Bim Bip. Here we enjoy an impressive waterfall hidden amongst the jungle canopy. It’s also a great chance to take a closer look at all the colorful flora and fauna surrounding us.

We recommend combining this trekking excursion with a stay at Lak Tented Camp for the very best immersive experience of Vietnam’s Central Highlands.


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