Trekking

6D Fansipan trek

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Mount Fan Si Pan is the highest in Vietnam & Indochina (3143 m AMSL). It is only 9 km from Sapa Town but can only be reached on foot after at least 3 days of forest trekking to get to the peak and back (Each day involves 6 to 8 hours of hiking). The peak is accessible to anybody who is in good shape. No ropes or technical climbing skills are needed, just endurance and plenty of energy. The journey takes you thought thick forest where you will experience true adventure travel. The path is often steep up & down. We go back on a different trail via the Black Hmong people in Sin chai Village. The trek is hard but it is worth it to stand on the roof top of Vietnam!


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Mai Chau soft trek

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Mai Chau is located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 60 km from Hoa Binh. It is the closest destination from Hanoi where we can meet ethnic minorities and admire the superb panorama surrounded by a green valley and stilt houses.

At Lac Village, travelers can have rustic overnight stays in thatched roofs stilt houses and enjoy the minority dances while drinking with long straws an alcoholic beverage called Ruou Can.

 

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Sapa soft adventure and treking

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Sa pa was originally built as a hill station by the French in the early years of the last century. They constructed villas, a small hydroelectric station, a church, tennis courts, even an aerodrome all still remain in Sapa today. Tucked high in Vietnam's remote northern mountains, the former French military outpost of Sapa offers some of Vietnam's most colorful experiences. The views are breath taking. Major ethnic groups to be found here are the H'mong, Red Zao, Xapho and Tai, complete with their largely untouched dress and customs…


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Ngo Luong Reservation treking

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The Ngoc Son/Ngo Luong Nature Reserve located in the South-West of Hoa Binh province provides a critical forest corridor between Cuc Phong National Park and Pu Luong limestone range. This is a natural reserve diverse in term of ecosystem and is home to many rare species of animals.

With its beautiful natural landscape, numerous villages of Muong people,Ngoc Son – Ngo Luong is a new attraction where visitors can explore the life and the unique culture through a homestay with the Muong in their traditional wooden house-on-stilts.

 

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