Tram Chim National Park

Tram Chim National Park

Location:

Tram Chim national Parknational, located in Tam Nong district, in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap , is the fourth Ramsar site in Vietnam and the 2,000 th in the world.

Characteristics:

Established in 1985, the 7,313-hectare Tram Chim became a national park in 1998 and then the fourth Ramsar site in Viet Nam.

The park’s plentiful green vegetation is inhabited by more than 130 species of higher plants featuring six main types of floristic societies.Water life in the park is also bustling seeing the presence of over 150 species of freshwater fish, with some listed in Viet Nam’s Red Book like clown feather-back fish, common archerfish and giant barbs, nearly 180 algae species, 26 epifauna species, 350 species of plankton and 34 species of amphibian.

Tram Chim is home to 198 bird species, including 16 rare ones such as red-headed cranes, black-faced spoonbills, black eagles, great-billed herons and spotted-billed pelicans. It was recognised as an important bird sanctuary in Viet Nam.

The number of fauna and aquatic species in Tram Chim National Park surpass those in other wetland reserves in the region, like Tra Su cajeput forest reserve in An Giang Province and U Minh Ha National Park in Ca Mau Province.

In the dry season, canoes bring tourists to travel along small canals from which they can spot 1.5-metre-tall cranes, herons with wings of over one metre and long-necked darters seeking food.

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