Vietnam travel to explore Ba Be Lake1262
Ba Be Lake is located in Ba Be district, Bac Kan province, about 220km far from Hanoi city. The lake has the width of 500ha and the average depth of 17-23m, the bottom lake is covered with a thick clay layer of 200m. Thanks to the clay layer, the water does not leak out and forms this lake. According to Vietnam news, the lake is one of the 20 biggest freshwater lakes in the world and also recognized as the ASEAN Heritage Park.
Situated amidst a vast limestone mountain, Ba Be Lake brings the unspoiled and romantic beauty and with the cool and pleasant air. In the early morning, when the dew has not melted, the lake brings the mysterious beauty of an immense place. Under the brilliant sunlight on a sunny day, the lake looks like a charming water-color painting; the surface lake silhouettes the clouds and the sky captivating even the most demanding tourists.
In Vietnam travel to the lake, tourists can rent motorboats or dug-out canoes to go slowly on the lake, admire the beauty and listen to the tales of the lake through words of the boatmen. In addition to the spacious feeling between the airspace and the mountains, tourists can also experience the feeling of the twilight in Puong cave with the length of 300m and the height of 30m. The abrasive water millions years ago created shimmering and mysterious stalactites with different shapes as well as the charming beauty of the river bending through the narrow angle of this cave.
Leaving the Puong cave, coming to Hua Tang village, tourists can contemplate the majestic Dau Dang waterfall. The waterfall is more than 1000m long with three stone steps. Each step is a difference in 3 to 4m length creating the romantic and wild character for Ba Be Lake.
In Vietnam tour to Ba Be, tourists will have the chance to discover the rich flora and fauna here with more than 417 plants and 299 vertebrate animals. Under the lake, there are 49 species of fresh water fishes, including some rare types as semilabeo notabilis, bagridae Also, tourists can learn more about the daily life of ethnic groups as Tay, H'mong, and Dao living in 15 villages in the national park.