Tin tức News Bai Tu Long National Park 14/06/2016 Bai Tu Long National Park With a total area of 15 783 ha, in which Minh Chau commune is the core area of the national park. The animal and plant species of Bai Tu Long National Park is very rich and rare, high value for conservation of genetic resources. Geological structure of Bai Tu Long National Park with the surrounding limestone mountains valleys forming large agricultural valleys creates a rich habitat for many different kinds of animals and plants. The highlight is the Bat Cave Valley is located in the Cai Lim island, belong to Tra Ngo Lon island, this is a wide area of about 10 hectares of mangrove forests, the topography of the valley Bat Cave is not directly exposed to seawater. Sea water flows through underground caves or cave slot, plus fresh water flows down the mountain slopes to create the diversity of plant and animal species. This is also a protected area of natural landscape, cultural and historical conservation with such archaeological Soi Nhu cave where discovered the existence of the ancient Vietnamese ago around 14 thousand years to trace a commercial crowded Van Don port before. Located in the Bai Tu Long National Park has Minh Chau commune, which owns natural beaches white sand about 2 kilometers long been rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the Gulf of Tonkin. Above the beach is a brooch primeval forests spread over an area of 14ha is very suitable for eco-tourism development.