Yok Don National park borders with four communes in Dak Lak province: Ea Bung and Chu M'Lanh communes- Ea Sup district, Krong Na commune- Buon Don district, and Ea Po commune, Cu Jut district. The park covers a flat plain that extends from eastern Cambodia into northern Dak Lak and southern Gia Lai provinces in Vietnam.
Covering an area of 7.600 ha, Tram Chim National Park is established in 1999 and situated in Tam Nong District, Dong Thap Province. It is designed to preserve the typical submerged in-land eco-system that develops mainly in Ha Tien; the Plain of Reeds and U Minh areas.
Located in An Minh and Vinh Thuan districts, Kien Giang Province and about 365km south-west of Ho Chi Minh City, U Minh Thuong National Park is recognized as one of the three highest priority sites for wetland conservation in the Mekong Delta.
Coming along National Highway 20 from Ho Chi Minh City to Dalat, turning left about 24 km at Milestone No.174, Tan Phu cross-road; you will reach Cat Tien National Park. Belonging to three provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc, Cat Tien National Park is one of the most important national parks in Vietnam!
With the biological diversity of the flora and fauna, Kon Ka Kinh plays an important role in upstream watershed protection for several large rivers that provide water for irrigation and domestic use for a number of districts in Gia Lai and Kon Tum provinces.