If you are looking for an escape from urban life, the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap offers a bounty of rural pleasures including national parks, flower markets, bird sanctuaries, and farming activities. Sa Dec Flower Village in full bloom Photos: Sa Dec floating flower village Gao Giong eco-tourism area in Dong Thap province Bamboo trees across the road from the entrance to Gáo Giồng eco-tourism area. VNS Photos Van Chau Located in Dong Thap Province’s Tam Nong District, the park is the fourth Ramsar site in Vietnam and the 2,000th worldwide. The park has a special-use forest with distinctive wetland ecosystems spanning more than 7,300 hectares. Visitors can spot over 231 species of aquatic birds, including 16 rare breeds such as the Burmese Sarus crane, greater adjutant, black-headed ibis, black-faced spoonbill, and great-billed heron. Gáo Giồng has more than 100 bird species, including the little egret, little cormorant, painted stork, heron, black-crowned night heron and purple swamp hen. The natural state of the park is preserved through regular inspections, rescue teams for baby birds, and stocks of fish to attract birds to nest. The park has 130 types of precious plants and 130 kinds of freshwater fish. Pink lotus… Read full this story
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