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Vietnam Eco-Tours
Vietnam Eco-Tours is run by Luc. He is an experienced tour guide specializing in Vietnam ecotourism, primates, bird watching and biodiversity conservation research. After graduating from Vietnam Forestry University in biology and ecotourism, Luc partnered with various NGOs to protect wildlife in Vietnam, primarily the Red-Shanked Douc Langur Protection Project at Monkey Mountain in Da Nang. An avid photographer himself, he loves capturing wildlife with his travellers!! He resides in Hoi An and provides a variety of Eco-tours including wildlife, trekking, hiking, cycling, history and culture.

Helpful Questions

What wildlife can I expect to see on a wildlife walk in Vietnam?
Vietnam is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including various primates (such as gibbons and langurs), deer, civets, wild boars, and many species of tropical birds. If you're lucky, you may even spot larger animals such as tigers, leopards, and elephants.
What are the best wildlife walks in Vietnam?
Some of the best wildlife walks in Vietnam include trekking in national parks such as Cuc Phuong, Cat Tien, and Ba Be. You can also explore the forests around Sapa and the Central Highlands for wildlife sightings. However, it's always best to book a guided tour with experienced local guides who can take you to the best spots.
When is the best time to go on a wildlife walk in Vietnam?
The best time to go on a wildlife walk in Vietnam is during the dry season, which is usually from November to April. This is when animals are more active, and the vegetation is less dense, making it easier to spot wildlife. However, it's important to note that some national parks may be closed during the rainy season due to flooding and other weather-related issues.
What should I bring on a wildlife walk in Vietnam?
When going on a wildlife walk in Vietnam, it's essential to dress appropriately for the weather and terrain. Wear comfortable clothes and sturdy shoes that can handle uneven and slippery paths. You should also bring sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, and plenty of water and snacks. Don't forget to bring a camera or binoculars to capture wildlife sightings.
Are wildlife walks in Vietnam suitable for families?
Yes, wildlife walks in Vietnam can be suitable for families, depending on the ages of the children and the difficulty of the trek. Some national parks have easier and shorter trails that are suitable for families with young kids, while others have more challenging treks for older children and adults. It's always best to check with the tour operator to see if the walk is suitable for your family before booking.
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