Trekking Bu Gia Map National Park – Youth And Nature Journey
- Stream bath
- Discover the culture of Stieng People
- To see animal
How to get there:
Before The Journey
How much does the journey cost?
- Entrance ticket price: 70.000VND / a person
- Renting hammock: 25.000
- Tour guide at Bu Gia Map national park: 300.000VND /a day for a group of ten peple. He will help you to bring a pot, the tour guide may cook for you a special soup made by plants in the jungle.
- Forest maintenance fee : 30.000 VND/ a person
Best time for trekking
- Carrying a medical box (available at the NP)
- Preparing mosquito and insect repellent.
- Backpack: waterproof, lightweight. The camera must be carefully wrapped because it maybe falls into the stream.
- Do not take photos near the forest border guard station if you have no permission of them.
- No ATM in the forest, please prepare the cash before
- Prepare your foods, the tour guide and his assistant will prepare your dinner if you registered.
- Energy drink for trekking, alongside water you can order from the tour guide.
- Tent if you don’t want to hire from the jungle managers
- Cooking tools: a pot, chopsticks, folks if you don’t want to use your hands picking foods.
- Phone signal almost everywhere in the forest
- And remember do not littering
- And everybody should prepare needed trekking equipment for a long distance trail for an emergency by yourself !!!!!
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