The valley in which Mai Chai sits is dotted with many Thai villages in between a patchwork of rice fields. It is a different world full of tranquility and breathtaking nature, perfect for cycling.
Pù Luông Nature Reserve is a hidden gem in a valley between two-mountain ridges and guarantees limited amount of tourist. It’s off the beaten track here as you trek through forests and large, often terraced rice fields and a great less touristic alternative for Sapa.
Natural beauty, less visited, unspoiled rainforests, spectacular landscapes dotted with forested limestone peaks and rough granite mountains is the best way to describe the hidden gems Ha Giang and Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark in Northern Vietnam. A fantastic area best to be explored on the back of our experienced Easy Riders.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is a protected nature area, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Underground rivers characterize the area along with an immense network of caves and untouched tropical rainforest, ideal for jungle treks. Parts of the original Ho Chi Minh Trail can still be found here.
Mu Cang Chai, in the Nord-West part of Vietnam, is host to the most beautiful terraced rice fields of the country. Discover an authentic and untouched part of Vietnam as you hike through the most stunning sceneries and terraced rice fields surrounding Mu Cang Chai plateau, like the breathtaking Ngoc Chien Valley and La Pan Tan terraced rice fields and get close to the friendly local Hmong people that live in the area.
The mountainous Central Highlands north of Ho Chi Minh City have a climate that is generally cooler compared to the rest of the country. Because of its cooler weather, Dalat (Đà Lạt) was a popular city for the French fleeing the heat of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). For those interested in tranquility and authentic Vietnam, ethnic population and untouched nature, pine forests, lakes and waterfalls, the Central Highlands are definitely worth a visit, with cities and places like Dalat, Buon Ma Thuot, Lak Lake, Kontum and Pleiku.
Natural beauty, less visited, unspoiled rainforests, spectacular waterfalls and landscapes dotted with forested limestone peaks and rough granite mountains is the best way to describe Ba Be National Park and Ban Gioc Waterfalls. Truly hidden gems in Northern Vietnam.
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