Locally known as the “town of clouds”, Sapa is a charming treasure trove of Northwest Vietnam. At a glimpse of an eye, it effortlessly mesmerizes travelers by the beauty of iconic cascading terraced rice fields, lush valleys and emerald mountains lying side by side. Endowed by nature, it’s no wonder that Sapa has become one of the most alluring destinations in the country.
Ninh Binh, a hidden gem located in North Vietnam, has a rich diversifies tourist potential with a lot of world heritage sites.
Ninh Binh is one of must visit cities in the North of Vietnam. This capital city is famous for boat trip along river, rice fields, limestone karst mountains.
The Mai Chau’s proximity to the capital makes it an ideal escape for nature lovers. Here, small ethnic minority villages sit among a patchwork of paddy fields surrounded by green mountains. Spend a night or two immersed in Vietnam’s rural culture, dining on delicious home-cooked cuisine, and learning about the traditions of the ethnic groups.
Tourists often regard it as one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam.
Located near the Chinese border, Ha Giang offers unique scenery in the land of Uncle Ho: steep cliffs, lush landscape and a foggy atmosphere. This wild and mountainous region, rich in ethnic minorities, is quite outstanding.
Ba Be Lake is in the middle of Ba Be national park, known as the biggest natural lake in Vietnam, famous for its poetic beauty and charm with a vast variety of flora and fauna, as well as interesting geology and landscapes like emerald water, mysterious jungle, peaceful local villages, limestone islands and caves...
Ban Gioc Waterfall is the top 4 biggest border waterfall in the world, famous for its unique location, gigantic waters and last but not least, its exhilarating beauty. These non-touristy parts promise to grant you a great sense of nature.