Explore Northern Vietnam, visiting Sapa, Ha Giang, Dong Van and Ba Be Lake.
The remote mountains of northwest Vietnam are home to some of South-East Asia’s most rugged terrain, beautiful scenery and colourful hill tribes. Leaving the graceful boulevards of Hanoi behind, travel to Sapa before traversing the bumpy mountain roads to Ha Giang, Dong Van and cruising the waters of Ba Be Lake. Experience breathtaking mountain views and meet friendly locals along the way. If you want to get a taste of remote Vietnam, this is the trip for you.
Stay in a local homestay and get to know our H'mong hosts invite you to learn about their rich culture, to share stories and to try some of their local home cooked cuisine.
As the dramatic mountains of Heaven’s Gate soar above the green forests and rice paddies of Ha Giang, a deep appreciation of this region's landscape will be understood as you journey through it
Mrs Mai’s Responsible Tourism project in Dong Van is an eye-opening insight into the world of human trafficking. Learn about the amazing efforts made by an inspirational project to free their country of this crime
Float along the lake, viewing magnificent waterfalls and wildlife in the Ba Be National Park. A traditional homestay is the perfect way to access remote parts of this region and to get a real glimpse of Vietnamese life
Finish your trip with a memorable farewell dinner at KOTO restaurant, which serves up delicious meals and supports underprivileged kids at the same time
This trip includes a number of long journeys on windy and sometimes bumpy roads in a private mini-bus. This is the only way to access some of these locations, but we promise you that the views for most of the journey are impressive enough to make it all worthwhile.
This trip includes 2 nights in simple homestay accommodation, and there a few ways to better understand a country and its people. You will sleep on mattresses on the floor in a mixed-gender dormitory style, and bathrooms will be shared.
This trip includes a moderate level of hiking in the hills on day 7 for approximately 4 hours. Terrain can be uneven, muddy or loose underfoot. Although this hiking is possible for most travellers, a good level of fitness and comfortable pair of shoes will help increase your enjoyment of this experience.
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1. A Single Supplement to have your own room is available on this trip and excludes nights 2 & 8 (Homestay) where you will be in multi-share accommodation.
Our Northern Vietnam Adventure trips score an average of 4.79 out of 5 based on 33 reviews in the last year.
Great way to see northern vietnam, so well orgained and the best way to tavel as a single traveler. Homestay in Sapa was a big highlight fro me. I would definatley recommend this trip and intrepid.
Review submitted 19 Mar 2018
Visit a unique and fascinating part of Viet Nam. Highlights for me were the topography, unique cultures and opportunities to visit local ethnic-minority markets. Trekking itineraries, while not arduous, can be a bit demanding for older participants or those with physical limitations. Accommodation, meals and transport were all to an acceptable standard.
Review submitted 10 Mar 2018