Ba Vi National Park
Beyond Hanoi’s busy streets and seemingly endless hustle and bustle is Ba Vi National Park -- a slice of paradise, a place for rest and recreation for those taking a break from city life.
Ba Vi National Park is one of Hanoi’s most popular nature sights famous for its rich greenery, towering mountains, and panoramic landscapes and relaxing ambience offered by the lush jungle and tropical rainforest. A famous 11th-century shrine sits on top of Tan Vien — one of Ba Vi’s mountain summits — where tourists and locals visit to pay tribute to the Mountain God and to relish the beautiful view of Red River Valley and beyond. Make the most out of your nature getaway by making a stop at Tan Da Spa, a spa and lodging house offering mud baths, wet steam baths, herbal baths, and a relaxing hot spring to guests.
The Ba Vi National Park is located in Ba Vi, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Opening Days and Hours
Opens daily, 24 hours.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to Ba Vi National Park costs VND 40,000 (USD 1.80) per person.
How to Get There
- Fly to Hanoi via AirAsia, Korean Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways, and Vietnam Airlines.
- From Hanoi, rent a motorbike to Ba Vi National Park.
- Solo travelers
- Families with kids
- Groups of friends
Time to Spend
Tourists usually spend one day in this attraction.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Ba Vi National Park is at 8:00. Visiting early can spare you from traffic and overcrowded spots.
- Herbal baths, mud baths
- Visiting Mountain God Temple
For food, tourists are encouraged to bring packed meals and water. Small dining places near Ba Vi National Park include eateries serving pho and bun cha, and small restaurants serving chicken and goat meat.
- Ho Chi Minh Temple
- Mountain God Temple
Accommodations are available at Son Tay, the town before Ba Vi National Park. A decent place to stay at Son Tay is Bach Duong which offers rooms at USD 9 per day.