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3-Day Ninh Binh – Halong Bay

3-Day Ninh Binh – Halong Bay

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Exploring the Red River Delta with its people, historical temples, pagoda and the natural beauty.Visit the Hoa Lu citadel, the first capital of Vietnam feudal centralism regimeunder the Dinh Dynasty between 968 and 1009 before King Ly Thai To moved the capital from Hoa Lu to Thang Long- Hanoi in 1010. Spend a night home-stay

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2-Day Sapa Trekking – Homestay

2-Day Sapa Trekking – Homestay

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Experience the natural beauty of the Muong Hoa Valley on a 2-day trek through different ethnic minority villages. Spend the night at a Dzay minority homestay and learn about the traditional cultures of the ethnic minorities people, enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and rice terraces and homestay overnight in a house of the

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2-Day Mai Chau Valley

2-Day Mai Chau Valley

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Located 135 km Southwest of Hanoi, Mai Chau comprises a small town surrounded by quaint villages, home to White Thai, H’mong, Muong and Tay ethnic people. The key appeal of Mai Chau lies in its idyllic landscape of a verdant valley wrapped by mountains and clouds. With picturesque scenery and endearing culture, Mai Chau makes

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4-Day Mai Chau-Pu Luong-Van Long-Ninh Binh

4-Day Mai Chau-Pu Luong-Van Long-Ninh Binh

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This 4-day excursion offer your family Mai Chau, a fantastic destination to escape where you stay in a traditional stilt house with a White Thai ethnic minority family. Pu Luong Nature Reserve would live up to most people’s image of an idyllic Vietnamese landscape and rural life. Take a boat to discover the beauty of Van Long Nature

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3-Day Sapa-Bac Ha by train

3-Day Sapa-Bac Ha by train

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Surrounded by pictorial mountains, rice terraces and a diversity of hill tribes in the remote northwest of Vietnam, Sapa is a quiet town frequently used as a base for trekking, rice paddies and traditional villages which are home to a wealth of ethnic minorities are the H’mong, the Red Dao, the Tay, the Day peoples.