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Dinh Hills (Núi Dinh) an ideal place to back to the mother nature

I have spent 2 years to join some trekking route in the south of Vietnam to practice my photography skill and It was nice of me to experience the nice place Dinh Hills

Located in Ba Ria - Vung Tau, 70 km from Ho Chi Minh City or 30 KM far from Vung Tau city. It is also easy to get Dinh Hills too with good road to the central of the Dinh Hills

Dinh Hills with the height about 500 above the sea level, with nice forest covering almost the area of the hill, this is a great place to enjoy the nature closed to Ho Chi Minh City

Moreover, with the nice road up to the middle of the hills with suitable slopes to train athletic, so at weekend there are some group of running, cycling and trekking coming to Dinh Hills to enjoy active activities


Hot to get there

There is no public transportation to Dinh Hills, so it is better to use private transportation to get there. Fist you visit the meeting point, it is on the main road in the food steps of Dinh Hills with this gps location https://goo.gl/maps/FHts1db9i31nAY8u8. This is also a coffee shop you can get here to have some water.

From the location above, you can follow the road up to the middle of the Dinh Hills, it is about 12 km in the road until you get this location https://goo.gl/maps/59EHQ7khfCtex12F8, and this is the second meeting point. From here there are several trekking route for you to choose depend on you.


Good time to get there

If you do  not get wet so it is good to visit Dinh Hills from Nov to May


My Suggestion

Always prepare enough water, suitable trekking shoes, picnic food, light costume, and light rain coat (just in case)
Moreover, most of the place in Dinh Hills there is no signal of internet or 3 G, 4 G so it is better to download google map offline and use it without internet to make sure you are on the right way
To me is no need to use the trekking tripod, because the trekking route is quite easy, sometime some slopes but it depend

Article and photo by An Bui

6 year old girl trekking in Dinh Hills
6 year old girl trekking in Dinh Hills


7 year old boy trekking in Dinh Hills without help of mother
7 year old boy trekking in Dinh Hills without help of mother


A boy at the top of La Ban rock, Dinh Hills
A boy at the top of La Ban rock, Dinh Hills


Father and son
Father and son


Trekking in Dinh Hills in the raining day
Trekking in Dinh Hills in the raining day


Crossing stream in the trekking route of Dinh Hills
Crossing stream in the trekking route of Dinh Hills


Narrow path in the trekking route of Dinh Hills
Narrow path in the trekking route of Dinh Hills


Trekking through the bamboo forest in Dinh Hills
Trekking through the bamboo forest in Dinh Hills


The mist is coming after some small rain at noon in the top of the Dinh Hills
The mist is coming after some small rain at noon in the top of the Dinh Hills 

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