Cat Ba National Park - Cat Ba Island - review by Rusty Compass
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Cat Ba National Park - Cat Ba Island

| 30 Jan 2012


Cat Ba National Park - Cat Ba Island

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30 Jan 2012

Cat Ba National Park has some good treks of varying difficulty that can be organised at most hotels or at the park headquarters. A local guide is recommended. It's also home to some impressive rare fauna including the endangered golden headed langur - a native of Cat Ba. You're not likely to see any of the rare wildlife but the park's flora and rugged landscape won't disappoint.

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