Crocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: AlamyCrocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: Alamy
Crocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: Alamy

A rainforest adventure to yourself: discover Vietnam’s wild side during rainy season

  • Cat Tien National Park in South Vietnam supports a rich ecosystem that you can enjoy in almost perfect solitude if you visit during rainy season
  • The park includes simple accommodation, as well as a small sanctuary for mammals including bears and gibbons

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Crocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: AlamyCrocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: Alamy
Crocodile Lake in Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam. Over 300 critically endangered Siamese crocodiles inhabit the lake. Photo: Alamy
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