March marks the transition of seasons, with fresh air, cool weather, and blooming flora – the perfect time to explore the untouched beauty of Tuc Dup Hill. This sacred hill, revered by the Bay Nui community, is a popular destination for young travelers and youth groups each year, especially during the anniversary of the Youth Union on March 26th.
The mild weather in March, with warm days and cool nights, is ideal for hiking and conquering the mountains. Tuc Dup Hill holds a significant historical value, showcasing the patriotism and wartime resilience of the Vietnamese people. Not only a popular spot for tourists during holidays, but Tuc Dup Hill also preserves historical values and traditions, inspiring younger generations to cherish their cultural heritage.
Tuc Dup Hill is characterized by various caves and steep cliffs covered in moss, making it an exciting destination for thrill-seekers and adventurers. The challenging terrain with numerous dark caves and vertical cliffs allowed Vietnamese soldiers to utilize the landscape for defense during the war. Within Tuc Dup, you’ll find a network of interconnected caves and tunnels, strategically serving as a military base for revolutionary forces.
From a bird’s-eye view, Tuc Dup Hill’s landscape features a series of vertical rocky mountains adorned with lush, diverse vegetation. Visitors can stop at the reconstructed war monuments, which preserve the cultural and historical values of the area, to learn about and immerse themselves in the heroic moments of history. Stories, visual images, and weapons are displayed in the Tradition House and War Room. Afterward, head to the Memorial Temple to pay tribute to the heroes and martyrs who made the ultimate sacrifice in past battles.
Young tourists enjoy boating activities on the lake at the foot of the Hill. Nowadays, Tuc Dup Hill has transformed from a war hotspot into a famous tourist attraction within the Tuc Dup Hill Tourism Area. This national historical monument has been developed and renovated to offer recreational and defense sports services. Additionally, the site regularly hosts live-fire shooting practices, zoo tours, wooden bridge biking, and boat races on the lake, surrounded by picturesque flower gardens.