Moc nam establishes international best practices to ensure exceptional tour quality to thrill seekers and raw nature enthusiasts. Through exclusive access, Moc Nam showcases the remote jungle of the national park; brimming with a rich ecosystem unlike anywhere else in the world.
We provide a diverse range of options for the adventurer; from untouched river caves to tree-top ziplines, we will make your experience of native Vietnam one for the storybooks
Our company was approved by Quang Binh Provincial People’s Committee to invest in the project “Ecotourism in The Abandoned Valley”. This includes the investment of major items to develop this targeted area. The investment projects mainly include:
Moc Nam company acknowledges the difference between these two sustainable practices. We acknowledge that by developing minimal infrastructure (such as raw footpaths, sustainable treehouses, compost toilets etc.) in Phong Nha Ke Bang, human intervention and preservation are mutually exclusive within this delicate ecosystem and is unavoidable if we wish to experience the splendor it has to offer. That is why conservation is our top priority. We have identified key sensitive zones with species in which we wish to protect that are excluded from development. We keep all infrastructure integrated into the natural environment so as to create a minimal impact.
Moc Nam is a Quang Binh owned and operated company. Our shareholders all are residents and/or born in Quang Binh province. We do not partner with international organisations in order to keep revenue within the local economy. We employ almost exclusively local talent (beyond the conservation experts we fly in from abroad or other parts of the country that have a unique skillset to advise our projects). Our company is growing everyday and all of your contributions to our company through our tours, alternative accommodation, adventure activities etc. will benefit local families and raise the overall quality of life in a province with one of the lowest GDPs in Vietnam.
Moc Nam company wishes to maintain a transparent and inclusive business model. All developments are submitted and approved by local authorities, respective conservationists, local shareholders, and environmental experts. We wish to create a community that all mutually benefits from tourism within the national park and therefore maintain a transparent best practice model through public reports and community meetings.