Unique tour packages are available, offering a rare opportunity to see several stages of conservation in action, but also providing a sustainable way for local communities to generate funds and strengthen protection activities for the future.
Cat Tien National Park and the Vietnamese Forestry Protection Department (FPD) have worked tirelessly to protect their wildlife population for over 30 years. This notoriously shy and rare wildlife has often remained difficult to see for general visitors. However, Cat Tien National Park, working with EAST, is now proud to offer visitors the unforgettable opportunity to see a family of golden-cheeked gibbons, one of Vietnams's rarest primates, in the wild.
In addition, a trip to Dao Tien Endangered Primate Species Centre also provides the perfect opportunity to see the rehabilitation of these remarkable primates, which have been confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade, by the Vietnamese FPD.