Pu Luong Nature Reserve
Pu Luong, also known as Pu Luong Nature Reserve, was established in 1999 to strictly protect rare plant and animal species and restore ecosystems with an area of more than 17,000 hectares. This is one of the remaining Nature Reserves in Vietnam, a place with a fresh climate and mountains that will be a place for guests who want to explore the experience of culture, people, and nature. naturally here. Especially for those who are passionate about mountain climbing, camping on the top of Pu Luong Mountain 1700m high, trekking to villages such as Kho Muong, Ban Uoi, Ban Don, Ban Hieu, Ban Di, sleep at homestay, enjoy Enjoy the traditional dishes of the Black Thai ethnic group, have cultural exchanges, and drink can wine.”
This place is the living place of the Black Thai ethnic people who still retain the diverse traditional ethnic culture with the architecture of stilts that will give you the feeling of being relived in the wild civilization era of Vietnam. human. The North of Pu Luong Nature Reserve is bordered by Mai Chau Tourist Area, the West is adjacent to Ngoc Son – Ngo Luong Nature Reserve. Mu waterfall is very famous of Hoa Binh, this place is still very wild, the scenery is very beautiful.
In addition, the Nature Reserve is about 35km from Cuc Phuong National Forest with a rich system of animals and plants such as langurs, bears… Currently you can see these langur species in Cuc Phuong national forest. After a period of protection and training, the langurs were returned to the wild. According to the people here, Pu Luong means the highest mountain, since the French colonial period the French came here and built an airport here to cut the food line between Vietnam and Laos, when you Climbing to Pu Luong Peak, you will witness the remnants of this airport.