Two silver-backed chevrotain caught on camera trap. The species has only recently been rediscovered after being last seen in 1990. Image courtesy of GWC.
In addition to the main goals: pittas, when coming to Vietnambirds’ 7-day eco-tour, you will get beautiful pictures of other colorful tropical birds?
With 9 species of Pitta birds, Vietnam is considered an attractive destination to photograph them. The group of pitta birds has in common are always vibrant and attractive colors, large round eyes with a humorous pose that make them attractive to photographers.
For those with a special passion for snakes, lizards, and frogs, spending cold nights in drizzly rain, wading through small streams, crossing open forests, or weaving between dense forests was the best thing they could expect.
In the south, there are 3 places where you can hope to enter the forest at night: Cat Tien National Park, Bidoup Nui Ba National Park, and Dong Nai Nature Reserve.
With 25 species of primates, including monkeys, gibbons, and langurs, Vietnam is a land of special attraction for tourists when they want to experience wildlife tourism, especially seeing with their own eyes the gibbons and langurs living in the wild.
The troubles of traveling, everywhere, anywhere, more or less, always happens. You will be annoyed when it comes so suddenly, but if you understand what you will encounter when traveling to a completely new place, you will certainly feel more comfortable and handle the situation in a different way wise.
Probably not, if you need him just to show you the birds. Because sometimes, you have enough experience and passion to know the names of the birds on the road you meet
There are some groups of tourists or foreign travel companies when organizing a bird watching tour in Vietnam, they tend to hire the service themselves, and the guide is accompanied by an experienced bird guide
Vietnam is a friendly, relatively safe, and adaptable country for expats. With a diverse culinary style, you do not have to worry about your eating style when coming here
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