Cat Tien National Park has a total area about 71,350 ha, located in Dong Nam, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc provinces; It is rich in natural resources and is one of the largest national parks in Vietnam.
Cat Tien has been recognized as an international biosphere Reserve Zone and the RAMSAR Convention Secretariat recognizes The Bau Sau wetland system as being among the network of Ramsar sites of international importance on in 2005. At present, Cat Tien National Park is compiling dossiers submitted to Unnesco as a natural heritage site.
When visting Cat Tien National Park, visitors should spend time exploring the beauty of plants in the forest, especially there are 1000-year-old trees .
Until now, it has been confirmed that there are 1610 species, 724 branches, 162 families, and 75 groups in Cat Tien National Park.
Cat Tien has 113 species of mammals, 351 species of birds, 159 species of freshwater fish, 109 species of reptiles, 41 species of amphibians and 450 species of butterflies.