By the time i was on the island, it was absolutely forbidden to get into the park. Quite bad and sad. Some treks were proposed by agencies but they were not in the real NP which is located in the north/north-east of the island. The only way to have a glance at it was driving through the dirt road leading to Ganh Dau from the new "highway" that goes to Bai Thom (turn left at the junction - about 12 kms north of Duong Dong). On this dirt road, there was a typical fishermen village called Rach Vem at the kilometer stone number 12. There was a sign saying Rach Vem: 1,5 kms on the right. Get there for a walk. Then, when you will be back to the dirt road, you will drive through 10 kms of immaculate forest leading to Ganh Dau. Make few stops. Cut off the engine and listen for a while. You are in the national park.
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