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Tan Linh Commune, Ba Vi District, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ba Vi is a short drive from Hanoi. Road takes you mostly all the way up a mountain where there is a picnic area, bathrooms, and more. From that point you can climb the steps to two peaks. One peak takes you to a Confucius...More

1  Thank Ryan G
Reviewed 29 May 2018

It take about 1 hour from Hanoi to Ba Vi district and 30 minutes to reach to Ba Vi National Park. It's perfect place for escaping from hustle and bustle of Hanoi for one day. That trip has made me be impressed by the forested...More

1  Thank Chloe_Nguyen83
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

Went out to Ba Vi on Vespas whole group of friends had a great time nice ride villagers scenery I'm sure there would have been more to see but had limited time ,would recommend a visit if your over in Hanoi Vietnam

1  Thank Tony W
Reviewed 13 December 2017

It costed 60,000VND for the entrance fee. Ba Vi national park is about 50km far from Hanoi city center, it is a good place for those who love nature and adventures. You can visit some sightseeings in the park for example: Cactus house, Bao Thien...More

2  Thank haianhnguyen
Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

The main attraction here is to walk to the top from the parking at the end of the road into the park and enjoy the views from either one of two temples. The easiest way to get there by bike is to follow the CT...More

1  Thank MarijnHG
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Reviewed 23 November 2017 via mobile

On my single unplanned day in Hanoi a friend I met there, invited me to Ba Vi national park. It's 50km from Hanoi and not widely publicized. We went by public transport and taxi - total of about $15. Amazing spiritual place. Clean, fresh air...More

3  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

If you have a short time to HaNoi, and travel with your love, should go to Back mountain (80km from HN center). If you go there, should stay at least 1 nights at Le Mont resort. They have several wood villas and just open to...More

3  Thank Hiếu L
Reviewed 11 August 2017

I've been to Ba vi national park twice and would love to come back.The view from the top is amazing as you are touching on sky with clouds.Driving by scooter to the top was good feeling and you have to walk by foot to the...More

2  Thank Susu_1907
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

Firstly it is a huge hassle to get to the park unless you pay for an overpriced tour. We took the local bus to get the location, facing many communication issues with regards to what bus to take and where to drop off at. Even...More

6  Thank shaiannosaurus
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Ba Vi National Park is a peace/chillful place to take a rest from the rushing world of Vietnam. The park is located near to Hanoi. It is a really good adventure to visit this place with motorcycle. If You love hiking and the nature it...More

Thank Irma D
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Response from lanletuyet | Reviewed this property |
They have sign posted walking tracks too, you can actually drive a car up to almost the top of the mountain cos the road is almost city-like except for the many small-angle turns. From where all transportations must stop... More