Yok Don National Park

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Yok Don National Park
The biggest nature reserve in the country, Yok Don spreads across 450 square miles next to the Cambodian border and west of the town of Buon Ma Thot, an important center for Vietnam’s coffee industry. The park is largely a dry dipterocarp forest of towering deciduous trees that provides a habitat for a number of flora and fauna said to include leopards and wolves, though don’t anticipate spotting any. Much more visible are deer, buffalo, some semi-tame elephants that are the highlight for many visitors, plenty of avian life, and crocodiles that inhabit the Serepok River, which slices through the park. Great hiking and the chance to visit a handful of minority villages are guaranteed. Visitors are required to use the services of a park guide.
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Buôn Đôn, Đắk Lắk, Vietnam