Nam Ka Preservation is a conservational forest in Daklak province, Vietnam. It is located in Namka commune, Lak district, Daklak province. It has an area of approximately 24,555 hectares of core and about 1,100 hectares of buffer. The altitude is from 418 m to 1,294m comparing to sea level. Terrains are difficult of access and diversity, the abrupt change and alternating between high mountain – dense forests, low hills – the glade forest, bushs and valleys – fields, marshes, lakes, streams, … all made the nature’s scenery very interesting.
Especially, there are many precious and endanged animals like elephant, tiger, gaur, leopard, pheasant, grey peacock pheasant, langur, monkey, tibetan bear,… Nam Ka Preservation is still a wild and mysterious area. Currently, Vietnam Highland Travel regularly organizes 3days/2nights tour with Trekking and Homestay for adventural tourists. Joining this trip, travelers will be immersed in the wildness with different activities: Climbing, wading across streams and trekking through the primeval forest. In the evening, travelers will have the opportunity to interact with indigenous people and learn about features of Ethnic culture through staying, talking and cooking with local people in their homes.