Eleven forested area in Viet Nam are preserved as national parks today. Each has particular characteristics and unique species of flora and or fauna, as well as additional dimensions such as caves, cultural relicts, and ethnic settlements within its boundary or buffer zone.
Thanks to the monsoon tropical climate, sunshine and rain, Vietnam has abundant and diversified vegetation. Forest covers 28.8% of the total land area of the country and has many strains and species of vegetation. Vietnam has over 800 wood species many of which are precious due to their hardness, solidity, beautiful grains and colors.
Vietnam has around three thousand islands from limestone archipelagos to tropical hideaways, clustered in large and small groups. They range from tiny rocky pinnacles that scarcely break the surface to large land areas supporting substantial populations.
Beaches in Vietnam suites all tastes with nearly 3,500km of coastline fulfilled with plenty of beaches. Most are of white sand, facing either the South China Sea or the Gulf of Thailand. In general, the most beautiful beaches are found along the central coast and on the islands, although there are a few exceptions.
Vietnam is a country of verdant tapestry of soaring mountains, fertile deltas, primeval forests, sinuous rivers, mysterious caves, otherworldly rock formations, heavenly waterfalls and beaches. Geographically, Vietnam can be divided into five distinct regions: Reb River Delta, Highlands, Central Highlands, Coastal Lowland and Mekong River Delta.