A statue of Ho Chi Minh at a park in Vinh City, Nghe An
A statue of Ho Chi Minh at a park in Vinh City, Nghe An

Nghe An Travel Guide

Nghe An is in the north of the Central Region of Vietnam. The capital city of Nghe An is Vinh City, 300km south of Hanoi.

Nghe An is famous for its harsh weather characterized by red-hot summer, floods, drought and freezing cold winter. Nghe An was known as the "bakery of Indochine" among the French troops. Nghe An is rarely visited by foreign travellers. The province does have some nice beaches like the Lu Beach, Cua Lo Beach which are stuffed with Vietnamese tourists in the summer and cold and empty in the winter.

Vinh City - Nghe An - Vietnam
Vinh City - Nghe An - Vietnam

The climate may be not that favorable, but the people of Nghe An are endowed with talents and hard-working capabilities; students of Nghe An are always the bests of Vietnam. Nghe An has contributed lots of heroes to the country one of which was Ho Chi Minh. AdventureGreen.com offers adventure tours by motorbike by through Nghe An to the Ho Chi Minh Trails.

Dien Thanh Beach, Dien Chau, Nghe An
Dien Thanh Beach, Dien Chau, Nghe An

The area of 1.3 million hectares to the west of Nghe An Province, which belongs to the nine districts of Con Cuong, Anh Son, Tuong Duong, Que Phong, Quy Chau, Quy Hop, Thanh Chuong and Tan Ky and which includes one national park and two nature reserves, was inscribed as a Global Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO on 29th, April 2011. The Global Biosphere Reserve of Nghe An Province has high biodiversity and rich  traditional ethnic culture.

Dien Thanh Beach at dusk, Dien Chau, Nghe An
Dien Thanh Beach at dusk, Dien Chau, Nghe An

AdventureGreen.com offers adventure tours by motorbike through Nghe An on Ho Chi Minh Trails.