Journey to exploring Vietnam’s biodiversity with 365 Travel

Vietnam boasts remarkable biodiversity, with lush forests, diverse ecosystems, and unique wildlife waiting to be discovered. At 365 Travel, we’re dedicated to connecting travelers with meaningful experiences that support responsible travel while immersing them in Vietnam’s natural beauty.

Discovering Vietnam’s wildlife

Vietnam ranks among the world’s 16 most biologically diverse countries, with extraordinary flora and fauna found nowhere else on Earth. From the majestic forests of Cat Tien National Park to the pristine shores of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam offers habitats for a diverse range of species. Its hot and humid climate supports approximately 11,217 documented animal species, including iconic creatures like Indian elephants, various bear species, Indochinese tigers, and pangolins. Smaller mammals such as pygmy lorises, primates like snub-nosed monkeys and Cat Ba langurs, as well as turtles and otters, also call Vietnam home. Additionally, Vietnam’s aquatic environments host approximately 2,470 fish species, over 23,000 coral species, and numerous invertebrates.

The Sunda Pangolin is a Critically Endangered species native to Vietnam.

However, these ecosystems face threats from deforestation, habitat loss, and illegal wildlife trade, making conservation efforts crucial.

Vietnam’s conservation efforts

Despite challenges, Vietnam has established 34 national parks and protected areas covering approximately 10% of the country’s land area to safeguard biodiversity. International organizations and dedicated conservationists work tirelessly to protect Vietnam’s natural heritage. At 365 Travel, we support these efforts by partnering with national parks, animal sanctuaries and sustainable local suppliers, offering visitors opportunities to engage in hands-on conservation activities.

Creating meaningful experiences

Our goal is to provide clients with transformative experiences that deepen their understanding of Vietnam’s people, nature, culture, and beauty. Our sustainable-focused tours are ideal for students, environmental and natural enthusiasts, researchers, and conservationists seeking practical field experience. By connecting travelers with local communities and spreading awareness about responsible travel, we aim to inspire a lifelong commitment to sustainable travel.

Volunteering at one of the leading conservation center in Vietnam is one-of-a-kind experience.

How to get involved?

Join us on this journey by participating in sustainable tourism products aimed at communities and ecotourism. Whether through fundraising, volunteering, or participating in eco-experience activities, every step you take contributes to our planet’s brighter, more sustainable future.

As our valued partners, we invite you to join us in sharing these beautiful ecotourism experiences with your clients. Together, let’s make a positive impact on Vietnam’s biodiversity and create a more sustainable world.

Making the most of our new ecotourism travel experiences in Northern Vietnam

If you’re unsure of what to offer, consider our following suggestions as a start. Finding the right meaning behind each activity is the key to success.


Established in 2001, the Van Long Wetland Nature Reserve in Ninh Binh Province is the largest in the Vietnamese Northern Delta. It covers over 3,500 hectares and home to eleven different ecosystems, including limestone forests and wetlands. Its beautiful landscape features winding canals, peaceful lakes, and limestone mountains. This reserve is unique because it’s the only place to find the Delacour Langur, a critically endangered primate. Visiting here gives you a unique chance to see these fantastic animals in their natural habitat. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience.


Cuc Phuong National Park, located approximately 3 hours south of Hanoi, is Vietnam’s oldest park, established in 1962, renowned for its rich fauna and flora. With three wildlife rescue centers, it has rescued, rehabilitated, and released thousands of wild animals, contributing to the protection of endangered species, prevention of extinction, and preservation of Vietnam’s biodiversity. This has led to its informal recognition as Vietnam’s conservation center, with renowned conservationists such as Nado Tilor and Nguyen Van Thai, a Goldman Environmental Prize winner.

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Vietnam’s rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes make it an ideal destination for students interested in environmental conservation. At 365 Travel, we offer volunteer tours tailored specifically for students at some of Vietnam’s leading animal sanctuary centers. These tours offer hands-on experience and the chance to make a real difference in conservation efforts while enjoying the beauty of Vietnam’s natural world.

Why choose volunteer tours for students:

  1. Practical experience: Our volunteer tours offer students the chance to gain practical experience in environmental conservation. Whether it’s caring for rescued animals, or participating in research projects, students will develop valuable skills and insights into conservation practices.
  2. Meaningful impact: By volunteering at top conservation centers, students can make a real difference in protecting Vietnam’s biodiversity. Their contributions will directly support conservation efforts and help preserve endangered species and critical habitats.
  3. Educational opportunities: Our tours provide educational opportunities for students to learn about Vietnam’s unique ecosystems, wildlife, and conservation challenges. Through guided tours, workshops, and interactions with conservation experts, students will deepen their understanding of environmental issues and conservation strategies.
  4. Cultural immersion: In addition to conservation activities, our tours offer students the chance to immerse themselves in Vietnamese culture. They’ll have the opportunity to explore local communities, sample traditional cuisine, and learn about the rich cultural heritage of Vietnam.
  5. Personal growth: Volunteering in a new environment fosters personal growth and development. Students will build teamwork and leadership skills, gain confidence, and develop a greater sense of responsibility and empathy towards the natural world.

At 365 Travel, we believe that volunteering at top conservation centers in Vietnam is a rewarding and transformative experience for students. Through practical experience, meaningful impact, educational opportunities, cultural immersion, and personal growth, students will not only contribute to conservation efforts but also gain invaluable skills.

Discover the soul of Vietnam with 365 Travel. Dive into new experiences that go beyond the surface. Explore deeply, leaving a positive impact everywhere you go. Join us in protecting Vietnam’s wildlife and environment.

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