Hidden 60-km Southwest of Hanoi among lush paddy fields, limestone karsts and picturesque villages, the Perfume Pagoda is the perfect one-day trip from Hanoi for nature lovers. Enjoy a leisurely 3-hour sampan boat cruise through rice fields and ‘Halong Bay’ style rock formations before heading up to the Perfume Pagoda. The pagoda itself is a set of shrines and temples built into a limestone hillside.
For a very long time, the image of young women with “non la” (conical hats) and ao dai (Vietnamese gown) has become a symbol of Hue people and Hue tourism. To see how conical hats are made and to learn more about the culture and people of Hue, you should visit a conical hat making village.
Kenh Ga village. This is Vietnamese rural life at its best. The landscape is stunning with hundreds of limestone peaks jutting out of the emerald green paddies Vietnamese fishermen rowing boat with their legs , kids herding ducks & buffaloes and people living in the house boats are all daily scenes
Discovering the the first capital with private tour of Vietnam, sightseeing the peaceful countryside of Vietnam. Discovering dry Halong bay Vietnam with package tour of rowing boat a long the rice paddies and through many caves and visiting one of ancient citadel in Vietnam.
2 days/1 night
This trip to the north west highland of Mai Chau offers a balance of cultural and physical activity set amongst some northern Vietnam’s stunning natural landscape. We trek for one and a half days through villages in Mai Chau and overnight in a White Thai village where we have opportunities to observe the local lifestyle of these minority people. From the mountainous region of Mai Chau, we travel back to the nations capital, Hanoi.