Vietnam eco tour: Nature and wilfe 12 Days

Vietnam eco tour: Nature and wilfe 12 Days

Price: $670/ person
Vietnam eco-tour proposes you many different things a classic adventure itinerary doesn’t have. Experience different aspects of Vietnam culture and daily life and many chances to learn from local people, act as a local and experience in the same way the locals do. Many outdoor activities are inclusive and exclusive. Local homestay, eco-lodge and cozy hotels narrow the gap between a foreigner and this Far East country.

Northwest Vietnam mountain discovery 5 Days

Northwest Vietnam mountain discovery 5 Days

Price: $ 255/ person
A low-cost tour to Dien Bien Phu the former battlefield during Vietnam – French war 1954 combining with 1 night in Sin Ho plateau “the blooming flower” and 1 night in Sapa charming town. The 1st part of the tour uses local shared bus “Hai Van” with soft-sleepers and air-condition. 1 tour guide supports throughout your tour. The tour is enjoyable and superior enough for small groups.

Sapa homestay tour – Bac Ha market 3 Days

Sapa homestay tour – Bac Ha market 3 Days

Price: $ 95/ person
Perched dramatically on the Western edge of a high plateau, Sapa is the tourist capital of the mountainouse North Vietnam. However, it’s not only the breathtaking scenery that attracts visitors, but the people too, as the region is home to a fascinating mixture of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities. From Sapa town, you can trek through the hills to several minority villages and homestay overnight in a traditional stilt-house of Hmong people. Visit the local markets packed with color and life.

Sapa hill tribe villages – Bac Ha market tour 2 Days

Sapa hill tribe villages – Bac Ha market tour 2 Days

Price: $ 60/ person
This Sapa tour combines short trekking through villages of Muong Hoa valley and fullday excursion to Bac Ha. Referred to Bac Ha means you’re talking about a white plateau of flowering plum and peach, where corn alcohol motion of the fair went on lyrics, where all colors of hilltribe gather on hillside. All attract us at the first sight.

Mekong delta Homestay – Floating market 2 Days

Mekong delta Homestay – Floating market 2 Days

Price: $ 66/ person
The epicenter of the Mekong Delta, Can Tho is the largest city in the region and feels like a veritable metropolis after a few days exploring the backwaters. As the political, economic, cultural and transportation center of the Mekong Delta, it’s a buzzing town with a lively waterfront and an appealing blend of narrow backstreets and wide boulevards that make for some rewarding exploration. It’s also the perfect base for nearby floating markets, the major draw for tourists who come here to boat along the many canals and rivers leading out of town.

Mekong delta – Tra Su bird sanctuary 3 Days

Mekong delta – Tra Su bird sanctuary 3 Days

Price: $ 99/ person
Southeast of Mekong delta and accessible by boat tour is the Rung Tram Tra Su near Chau Doc town. The area is one vast swamp with a beautiful thick canopy of tall trees and vines. It’s one of the last natural forests left in Mekong delta. Access to Tra Su is most popular by boat and most visitors combine the visit with a trip to White Stork Sanctuary.

Mai Chau valley – Pu Luong nature reserve 3 Days

Mai Chau valley – Pu Luong nature reserve 3 Days

Price: $100/ person
Mai Chau – Pu Luong Nature Reserve – Cycling, Biking, Trekking through rice fields Homestay, eating with the local people. 2 nights homestay in Mai Chau valley but you will have Day 2 excursion to Pu Luong Nature Reserve nearby. You visit Hang village and take 2-hour trekking through Pung stream. Enjoy the tranquility of rice fields, red soil trails, karst cliffs, smiling children, hospitality, cool weather and special local meals.

Ba Be National Park tour 3 Days

Ba Be National Park tour 3 Days

Price: $ 105/person
Ba Be is really a babe: a beautiful region that covers more than 7000 hectares and boasts mountains high, rivers deep, waterfalls, plunging valleys, lakes and caves set amid towering peaks. The surrounding area is home to members of the Tay minority, who live in stilt homes.