Cam Son Lake in Luc Ngan District, Bac Giang Province, is a famous tourist site that you should not miss when you visit the north. Cam Son lake is an interesting tourist destination in Bac Giang.

The lake covers 2,600ha, but during the rainy season it swells to 3,000ha. The 30km-long lake is 7 kilometres at its widest point and 200 metres at the narrowest.

It is surrounded by mountain ranges.

Hiring a wooden boat is the best way to admire the scenery and get close to nature. You can find a quiet place to anchor and throw in a fishing line.

After exploring the lake, visitors should take a hike to visit the local tribe and learn about their daily lives and customs – enjoy local specialties such as chestnut, honey and gecko wine. Singing is also popular among the San Chi, Cao Lan, Nung, and Tay minorities in this area.

Bac Giang Province, 51 kilometres from Hanoi, has three large rivers including Luc Nam, Thuong and Cau. The province also boasts many other attractions such as Duc La Pagoda built early in the Tran Dynasty. The pagoda is in the foothills of Co Tien (Fairy) Mountain and bound by Luc River, rice fields and small villages. Nham Bien Mountains are in the distance.