Fansipan Mountain in the Hoang Lien Son Range, located in the province of Lao Cai with 3,143m high, which is the highest peak in Indochina like the “roof of Indochina”. Tourists could conquer the peak Fansipan through 3 roads: the road through the Cat Cat Village, the road through the Xin Chai and the road through the O Qui Ho Mountain Pass. Climbers often choose the road through the Cat Cat village with trip of 4 days and 3 nights. Let’s travel with: Indochina holidays
Climbing Fansipan Mountain is amazing experience. At the root of the mountain are native species such as jackfruit, cardamom, rice …, followed by primitive forest. Up to 2000m high, tourists would feel like feet touching the white clouds… But up to about 5, 6 hundred meters more, the sky becomes clear, and very cold with low temperature. Up to nearly 3,000m, with a landmark in 1905, the French arrived here. The highest point of the mountain with a 70cm high steel block is a relic of Russian and German athletes in 1984 when they reached Indochina roofs.
Hong Linh Mountain in Ha Tinh
Hong Linh Mountain is a mountain range with 99 mountains, which is considered to be the symbol of Ha Tinh province. Hong Linh Mountain once reminded us about the Truong Son crossing to South Vietnam. Today, Hong Linh Mountain with majestic and wild nature, brings its relics and landscapes. On Hong Linh Mountain, there are hundreds of pagodas, temples and shrines, in which the famous and ancient pagodas are Huong Tich Pagoda, Chan Tien pagoda, associated with legendary horse footprints on the stone, Thien Tuong Pagoda along with the Lam River. centre vietnam travel packages
Bach Ma Mountain in Thua Thien – Hue
Bach Ma Mountain is more than 1,500m high, which is 50km from the south of Hue City. Temperature do not fall below 4 ºC in winter and is not higher than 26 ºC in summer.
Exploring the Bach Ma Mountain, tourists follow the Tri Sao trail route, which leads them to Tri Sao Waterfall with a lot of Tri Sao bird living here. Along with Do Quyen trail route, azalea flower beautifully blooms in March and April. The Ngu Ho Waterfall and especially the Hai Vong Dai trail route with the immense landscape of the mountains leading to the South China Sea, and the monumental grand villas of the time.
Langbiang Mountain in Lam Dong
Langbian Mountain, also known as Lam Vien Mountain, is located 12km north of Dalat. The mountain is 2,163m high, which is suitable for climbing, hiking, parachuting or researching and learning about the habitat of birds, mammals and herbs. Standing on the mountain, an enormous green landscape appears before tourists’ eyes as clouds and mountains blend together.
Chua Chan Mountain in Xuan Loc, Dong Nai
Chua Chan Mountain is also known as Gia Ray Mountain in Xuan Loc District, Dong Nai Province. From a distance, on the top of the bowl-shaped mountains, appear small white clouds in the morning or in the evening. Chua Chan Mountain is 837m high, which is the second highest in the South East behind Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh. At the top of the mountain, there is Buu Quang Pagoda, which was founded in the early 20th century. The pagoda is located in a dragon-shaped stone cave with an entire architectural complex based on natural caves. In addition to Buu Quang Pagoda, this place is also famous for its 50 meter tall Banyan trees, formed from 3 roots with mysterious legends.
As the symbol of challenge for tourists’ passion, the majestic mountains above are considered to be the dream destinations of many people moving from the north to the south in Vietnam. Do not miss your youthful time for conquering these mountains.
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