Northern Vinh Phuc province hopes to be a “must” for tourists by 2015 and then become the country’s number one tourism and services hub by 2020.
Tam Dao tourist area has offered free wifi service since beginning of 2014, according to Department of Information and Communications of Vinh Phuc province.
Tam Dao National Park is a protected area zone in North Vietnam. It was established in 1996, succeeding from the Conservation Forest Tam Dao which was formed in 1977. The park is about 85 km northwest of Hanoi.
Around 80 kilometers from Ha Noi, Tam Dao Town in the northern province of Vinh Phuc is touted as a must-see destination for those wishing to escape from the scorching heat in the capital city and find a peaceful atmosphere with cool weather and stunning scenery.
According to many locals, Tam Dao is a miniature of Sapa. However, except for the cool climate and the mountain-based location, the two sites are intrinsically different.
Tam Dao, a town of Vinh Phuc province, is an ideal destination where is favourite by many Northerners. With 1000m high,
Tam Dao National Park covers an area of 36,883 hectares, including more than 23,000 hectares of forests. It extends 80 km in the northwest and southeast direction, bordering the provinces of Thai Nguyen, Tuyen Quang and Vinh Phuc. The park is 70 km from Hanoi.
Tam Dao Tourist summer will be a very interesting experience because you will feel the weather four seasons in one day, extremely cool. Here is some travel experience this summer Tam Dao.
More than 70 percent of the 35,000-hectare national park is natural forest, and there are 20 peaks rising 1,000 meters or more
The touristic site of Tam Dao lies on the range of mountains which bears the same name, bordering the Northern side of the plain of Bac Bo.