Cat Tien National Park - Vietnam

Open for Participation

Introduction: The Park, which is situated in the South of Vietnam, was first established in 1978 as two sectors Nam Cat Tien and Tay Cat Tien. It comprises of an area of 720 sq km and protects one of the largest areas of lowland tropical forests in Vietnam. The park is also one of the last vestiges where you can find the sun bear in the wild. Mostly covered by dense jungle and enveloping the limestone towers in which you can find some of Vietnam’s most spectacular caves.

Scope of Project: This is a CBT project that offers various opportunities to explore. More than 50% of the ethnic minorities comprising the; Kinh, Tay, Chau Ma and Stieng ethnic groups still live below the poverty line, subsiding on less than $1.90 per day. There are numerous ways that you contribute; Building of Water Wells, Rebuilding of Traditional Houses and the Refurbishing of the Ma Weaving House.

Note: We can tailor the project to suit your allotted time

Duration: Short Term

If you would like to participate in this project please register your interest here

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