Mai Chau is a mountainous area of outstanding natural beauty, inhabited by a Thai and H’mong ethnic minority groups. This trip offers a great combination of cultural expedition and trekking. We trek for through the spectacular scenery, visit local homes where we have the chance to get to know these hospitable villages. From the mountainous region of Mai Chau, we travel back to the nation’s capital, Hanoi.
Mai Chau offers a most splendid vista of the valley surrounded by the lush green forests, fields and stilt houses of the White Thai ethnic group. This is a quiet piece of countryside to stroll and cycle through and to be wrapped in the warm and nice hospitality of the Thai people.
The Pu Luong limestone landscape is an area of outstanding beauty, culture interest and high biodiversity value stretching from Mai Chau in the North to West to Cuc Phuong national park in the South East. It is blessed with rich forest, limestone panoramas, magnificent rice terraces and breathtaking scenery.
Planing a the first trip to Sapa and visiting Bac Ha Sunday Market which is well-known by travelers with the most colorful market of the hill tribes in the North of Vietnam. The Trip included one night experience on train, whole day for Bac Ha Market, long trekking around minority villages , spend one night in hotel at Sapa Tower and one night in Ta Van Homestay
Planing a the first trip to Sapa ? get one night experience on train, short trekking around minority villages, spend one night in Sapa Tower.
Planing a the trek trip in Sapa, Vietnam ? get one night experience on train, hark trekking around minority villages, spend one night in Ta Van Home Stay Bungalow
Planing a the first trip to Sapa ? get one night experience on train, short trekking around minority villages, spend one night in Ta Van Home Stay Bungalow
Tam Coc, often described as the inland version of Halong Bay, is best appreciated on a languorous row-boat ride with the soundtrack of the river lapping against the oars. With limestone outcrops amid serene rice paddies, Tam Coc is at its best from late May to late June when the crops turn yellow against the emerald river water. The tour also introduces Hoa Lu, the ancient capital of Vietnam and Mua Cave where you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the countryside and the wonderful Ngo Dong river and Tam Coc from the top