Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang

Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui
Tra Su Cajuput Forest in An Giang Province, around ten kilometers from the Vietnam-Cambodia border gate, is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Mekong Delta.

Covering 845 hectares in the center and 643 hectares in peripheries, the forest is a national reserve and home to numerous types of fauna and flora in Van Giao Commune, Tinh Bien District.

The best time to visit Tra Su Cajuput Forest is in the flooding season from July to December, according to one of the forest guides. At this time, large areas of the forest become lakes that tourists can explore by motor-boat; some couples also come to make wedding photo albums.

The forest has 106 colonies of water birds, bats and various rare and endangered animals and reptiles and a few of them have been listed in the Red Book, and over 140 flora species.


Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui

Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui

Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui

Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui

Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang
Tra Su Cajuput Forest, Chau Doc, An Giang - Photo An Bui
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