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South Centre Coast area National Parks & Reserve in South Centre Coast area
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The Central Coast is likened by the Vietnamese to the bamboo pole connecting the baskets of North and South. The Truong Son Mountains, which stretch all the way to the coast between Hue and Danang, have traditionally divided the country in two in terms of weather and dialect, although the actual demarcation line during the Vietnam War was slightly higher up at the 17th parallel to the north of Hue.

 

July to November is the typhoon season, so it's wise to check the forecast a few days before your planned visit. Typhoons form in the Pacific, east of the Philippines. In some years, they curve north toward Taiwan and Japan and leave Vietnam in peace. In other years, they cross the Philippines and run straight into central Vietnam, causing possible flooding and wind damage. The threat of typhoons is one factor that has limited economic development in the central region relative to the north and south.

 

Available National Parks and Nature Reserves in the area:

 

National Parks & Nature Reserves in South Centre Coast

Ba Na-Nui Chua Nature Reserve

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   Ba Na - Nui Chua Nature Reserve  Alternative site name(s) Ba Na Province(s) Da Nang City Area 38,210 ha Coordinates 15°57' - 16°08'N, 107°49' - 108°04'E Distance(s) ...

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