Ancient Stone Park in Ha Giang Vietnam
Ancient Stone Park in Ha Giang Vietnam , the Vietnam Geology Institute and the Vietnam Ethnology Museum are preparing documents to submit to UNESCO to ask for recognition of the stone park in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang as a world natural reserve.
According to the Chairman of the Ha Giang provincial People’s Committee, Nguyen Truong To, the stone park occupies 3,500sq.km in the four districts of Dong Van, Meo Vac, Quan Ba, Yen Minh and part of Bao Lam district in Cao Bang province.
The park covers a vast stone area, and hosts a community of H’Mong people who still maintain their original culture and lifestyle. This area also has ancient geological structures and many beautiful caves.
If it is recognised by UNESCO, Ha Giang will become an attractive tourist site.