Binh Phuoc Vietnam does not offer many trekking tour itineraries in comparison to its neighboring provinces of Lam Dong, Dong Nai. Binh Phuoc province is located in the southern part of Vietnam. It is surrounded by Cambodia on the north and north-west, Dak Nong and Lam Dong provinces on the east, Dong Nai and Binh Duong provinces on the south and Tay Ninh Province on the west.
Binh Phuoc Map
Binh Phuoc has potential natural landscapes and historical vestiges which can be good resources for travel and tourism. There are such sites as Mo Waterfall, Ba Ra Mountain, Waterfall No. 4, Bau Lach grass field. Historic sites include Mien military committee, Loc Hoa and Loc Quang fuel dumps. The first communist party cell of Mekong Delta was born in Phu Rieng commune, Phuoc Long District. Other sites include Soc Xiem and Suoi Lam, Bu Gia Map National Park, Bombo Village.
Among these sites Pu Map national park and Ba Ra mountain are the two best places for trekking in Binh Phuoc. Ba Ra mountain is 723m height. This is the third mountain in south Vietnam. Ba Ra mount is situated in Phuoc Long commune. Once get on the summit, you have an impressive view over the region.
Bu Gia Map National Park covers an area of 26,032 ha. The park has a 15,200 ha buffer zone area. Until 2002, the area was officially a conservation area, before the incumbent Prime Minister declared it a national park on November 27. The highest point in the area is 700 meters above sea level. The national park is fed by numerous river systems, including the Dak Huyet and Dak Sam rivers. The headwaters of the hydropower projects of the Thac Mo and Can Don also lie within the park.
Binh Phuoc Vietnam Weather
There are no cold winters. The annual average temperature is 27oC. The rainy season lasts from May to October and the dry season lasts from November to April next year. The annual average rainfall is 2,110mm.