Chu Yang Sin National Park - Vietnam national park travel photos

10:29 | 06/04/2012 | 1004 view(s)

Being the home to many species of rare plants and animals, especially some valuable herbs, Chu Yang Sin national park is really an ecological system of international significance in the Central Highlands.

Chu Yang Sin National Park is located in Lak and Krong Bong districts, Dak Lak province, 60 km to the south-east of Buon Ma Thuot town. The national park encompasses a range of high mountains in the northern part of the Southern Annamite mountains. The topography of the park is characterised by steep slopes and narrow valleys. Chu Yang Sin mountain range consists of many mountain peaks, of which the 2,442m Cu Yang Sin peak is the highest one in Dak Lak. The Chu Yang Sin National Park covers 59,667ha, with tropical climate of high mountain. The topography has many slopes, facilitating varieties of forests with diversified flora and fauna.

The north of Chu Yang Sin National Park is drained by the Ea K'tour and Ea Krong Kmao streams, which flow north to join the Ea Krong Ana river. Streams in the south of Chu Yang Sin flow into the Krong No river. Both the Ea Krong Ana and Krong No rivers flow west and north before joining the Srepok river, a major tributary of the Mekong River.

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