The majestic jade green waters of Nuoc Mooc Stream have enchanted visitors to Phuc Trach commune, Bo Trach district in the central province of Quang Binh, the crystalline waters are set among limestone mountains and tropical rainforest.
Quang Binh has recently become an attractive destination for thousands of visitors due to scenic locations used in the film ‘Kong: Skull Island’. Nuoc Mooc stream is a must-see spot for tourists, boasting natural landscapes of pristine beauty.
Nuoc Mooc Stream is located on Quyet Thang road, along the west branch of Ho Chi Minh Trail and about 10km northwest of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park.
Visitors can experience an atmosphere of serene tranquillity on a stroll through the spectacular landscapes. It is often compared to Jiuzhaigou, the famed nature reserve and national park in China.
The best time to visit Nuoc Mooc Stream is from the months of March to May. The weather can become very hot from June to August, drawing a flock of visitors to the resorts in Quang Binh. In butterfly season, the stream becomes especially attractive for tourists with white butterflies fluttering through the air.
Nuoc Mooc stream attracts travellers with its adventurous sports activities such as ziplining and kayaking. The price for kayaking is about VND50,000. The total package for an entrance ticket, life jacket, ziplining, and kayaking activities is VND200,000 for an adult and VND120,000 for children.
Visitors should not miss the opportunity to row a boat for 5km along the Chay River to the Hang Toi (Dark Cave), which fascinates visitors with its beautiful stalactites and green moss.
Hang Toi cave is a branch of the Phong Nha cave system, which was discovered by British explorers.