Best Places To Watch Fireflies In Vietnam For All Travel Enthusiasts

If you’re a fan of the “Tangled” film, this masterpiece needs you to be fascinated with the Fireflies scene. It was too pretty to make us think it can only happen in a cartoon. But cartoons are made of life. And on your Vietnam tour, from our tips, you can absolutely recreate this classic scenario, and play the lead character by yourself.

Admire millions of fireflies in a small boat: My Tho


Vietnam’s Mekong Delta area is one of Southeast Asia ‘s best prime breeding spots for fireflies. Should you want to immerse yourself in hundreds or thousands of these sparkling beings, do not hesitate to visit My Tho, the capital city of the country, which is full of open-air stalls, vibrant markets and rambling alleys. This city has more nightlife than its quieter neighbours, and is best suited to travellers looking for a mix of fun and relax. Hiring a nearby boatman to drive you down the river with a camera for some firefly-watching, and your brother, you ‘re in Tangled!

Blend into the shining river at twilight: Ben Tre

When in the Mekong Delta, if you don’t take a short ship to Ben Tre-Vietnam ‘s “coconut city”-it would be a big mistake. Ben Tre is a peaceful village with a nearby Creative Museum and a coconut candy factory that draws a significant number of visitors. And this soothing town is equally popular for the hundreds of fireflies that light up the shores of the river. Before the beautiful sunset, head down the river on a small boat and watch the stunning colours melt into the darkening sky. As the boat glides down the canal, you can begin to see lights on the banks of the river. Across the water, among mangrove bushes are hundreds of fireflies that release their bio-luminescent light. And you are going to fulfil the fantasy! It’s best to head down the river right before the spectacular sunset on a tiny boat and watch the magnificent colours disappear into the night sky. When the boat glides down the canal, you are going to start seeing lights on the banks of the river. Along the canal, there are hundreds of fireflies that release their bio-luminescent light near mangrove bushes.

Walking into The Lover novel: Sa Dec

From a sleepy village along the Mekong River, Sa Dec is fast becoming world-famous as the setting for French novelist Marguerite Duras’ The Lover and attracts thousands of fans of The Lover who want to admire the buildings described in the book. This beautiful city features colonial-style buildings, a beautiful flower nursery and a beautiful pagoda in the city centre. You should employ a boatman at night to lead you down the river to see flickering fireflies among the quiet cricket and frog noises. This beautiful city features colonial-style buildings, a beautiful flower nursery and a beautiful pagoda in the city centre. This charming city features colonial-style houses, a beautiful flower nursery, and a beautiful pagoda in the town centre. You can hire a boatman in the evening to guide you down the river to see glowing fireflies amid the sounds of crickets and frogs.

Spotting fireflies in a tropical forest: Cat Tien National Park

Cat Tien National Park is a large tropical forest reserve in southern Vietnam which takes a four-hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City. This beautiful tropical forest includes centuries-old plants, various bird species, fish, flora and fauna. The Crocodile Lake park is accessible by a walk through the forest where you can see these beasts lazing in the heat or floating in the serene waters. This beautiful tropical forest includes centuries-old plants, various bird species, fish, flora and fauna. The Crocodile Lake park is accessible by a walk through the forest where you can see these beasts lazing in the heat or floating in the serene waters. This beautiful park is also where, at dusk, hundreds of fireflies can be seen, dancing between the bushes and massive trees. Catch a taste of their signature light just before sunset through cycling along trails. This beautiful park is also where, at dusk, hundreds of fireflies can be seen, dancing between the bushes and massive trees. Catch a taste of their signature light just before sunset through cycling along trails.

Cuc Phuong National Park

This beautiful national park is located on the Red River Delta, in Vietnam’s Ninh Binh province. The park is a sprawling area of thousand-year-old trees, spectacular waterfalls, ancient monasteries and an endangered rehabilitation centre for primates. Exploring CĂșc Ph forest is an experience in itself, but with the anticipation of seeing fireflies, it’s always a perfect place to go. While strolling the trails at twilight you are likely to encounter thousands of flickering fireflies creating a mesmerizing glow amid the near-deafening noise of the Circa.

I’m sure you are all set to click pictures with these beautiful fireflies. Finding this guide useful? Check some of the best Vietnam holiday packages and book your dream vacation now!

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