Thứ Sáu, ngày 20 tháng 10 năm 2017
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Introduction Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park
AN OVERVIEW OF BIDOUP-NUI BA NATIONAL PARK

Decision to establish: Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park was established in accordance with Decision No 1240/QĐ-TTg dated19/11/2004 by the Prime Minister to promote Bidoup-Nui Ba Natural Reserve  to Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park.

Office:

  • 97 Sub-zones - Da Nhim Social - Lac Duong District - Lam Dong Province.
  • 063.3502005; Fax: 063.3813654
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Representative office: 5E Tran Hung Dao – Dalat City – Lam Dong Province.

Geographical location: Bidoup-Nui Ba National Park (BNBNP) is located in Lac Duong district and one part of Dam Rong district, Lam Dong Province. The park is about 50km from Dalat city on inter-provincial road 723. When Dalat is designated as a city under the direct authority of the central government, BNBNP will be situated in the expansion area of Dalat City.

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OBJECTIVES AND TASKS:

To conserve forest ecosystems in sub-tropical mountainous climate, valuable, rare and endemic animal and plant species; to be affiliated with the adjacent national parks and protected areas to form a large nature area for  biodiversity conservation in Dalat Plateau, in Highland Southern region  and in Central Southern region of  Vietnam.

To contribute to the watershed protection  for the Dong Nai river network and downstream reservoirs to support socio-economic activities of Lam Dong province, Southern region of Western Highlands, Southeastern region , and Central southern coastal provinces  of  Vietnam.

To conserve the habitats of primeval forests for restoring and developing urban architecture of Dalat City; to conserve the original indigenous cultural features  of Dalat city; to serve scientific researches and education on tropical forests; to develop ecotourism and to consolidate national security and defense of Lam Dong Province and the  Highland region.

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DIAGRAM OF BIDOUP-NUI BA NATIONAL PARK

 


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