Update: 16:46 | 25/04/2019
Ozo Treetop Park – a new tourism product of the central coastal province of Quang Binh was launched at the world natural heritage site Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park on April 23.
Covering over 50,000 sq.m, Ozo Treetop Park is evaluated as the most unique and attractive tourism product in Quang Binh at present, offering a raised-platform adventure course amongst the treetops.
Covering over 50,000 sq.m, Ozo Treetop Park is evaluated as the most unique and attractive tourism product in Quang Binh at present.
Located in the primary forest area of Phong Nha-Ke Bang, the park is rich in fauna and flora. Visitors can walk over wooden bridges and bamboo footpaths with the entire park covered by ancient trees, interspersed with the peaceful Ozo stream.
The houses in the park are made of environmentally-friendly materials, creating a unique experience of wild nature for visitors.
Guests can also take part in the rope and swing courses, engage in birdwatching, and learn about the characteristics of some of the primates in Phong Nha-Ke Bang, as well as join other activities such as kayaking and rowing.
Quang Binh boasts rich tourism resources as it is home to the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and the world’s largest cave Son Doong as well as the longest coastline in Vietnam, with beautiful beaches and delicious seafood. It was chosen as one of the filming destinations of the Hollywood blockbuster movie “Kong: Skull Island”.
In 2018, Quang Binh greeted over 3.9 million visitors, a year-on-year rise of 18.2 percent – including 200,000 foreign tourists, up 53.8 percent. The tourism sector has raked in nearly 4.5 trillion VND (over 192 million USD) in revenue this year, up 20.3 percent.
The province aims to welcome 4.3 million tourists in 2019, including 250,000 foreigners, and gross over 4.5 trillion VND (191.9 million USD) in revenue.