Conquer northern Vietnam with your feet

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Trekking is simply a type of tourism that visitors use their own feet to conquer the destination in the journey. The destination can be a valley, a mountain, a forest ... Norrthern Vietnam is blessed with the diversity of topography, ecology, natural landscape should be the tourist address. Trekking is very popular with domestic and foreign tourists, especially international tourists. Here are some of the most popular trekking locations in Northern Vietnam.


Sapa is a district of Lao Cai Province, located in the northwest of Vietnam. Sapa is known as the best trekking destination in our country. The top of Fansipan with the height of 3143m is considered as the roof of the three Indochinese countries. This is also where there are many ethnic minority communities such as Mong, Dao, Tay, Giay, Xa, Ha Nhi .... Muong Hoa valley, Lao Chai village, Ta Van are the best places for trekking in Sapa

Pu Luong

Pu Luong Nature Reserve is a prominent place for indigenous people's cultural values and for the high biodiversity of the ecosystem. The nature reserve is located in the two districts of Ba Thuoc and Quan Hoa in Thanh Hoa province. Pu Luong lies along two parallel rocky mountains, divided by beautiful valleys. Pu Luong is a perfect combination of the jungle, the limestone mountains, the terraced fields and landscapes wild nature, lyrical.

Mai Chau

Mai Chau is a district of Hoa Binh province, which is the gateway to the Northwest of Vietnam. Mai Chau Valley is a great destination for Trekking Tours, passing through the green rice paddies, through the beautiful villages of the Muong, the Thai here. In the evening, tourists will spend the night in the stilt houses of the ethnic people and enjoy the specialties here.

Cao Bang

Cao Bang is a province in the Northeast of Vietnam, adjacent to the provinces of Tuyen Quang, Ha Giang, Lang Son, Bac Kan. With high peaks separated by rivers, streams and rainforests along with the scenic waterfall of Ban Gioc waterfall located on the Vietnam-China border, Cao Bang has become the favorite destination for activities. Trekking tourism in the Northeast region.

Ha Giang

With pine forests, granite mountains, quiet farming villages, and heavenly views in every direction, Ha Giang is an illustration of how nature can flourish when unsullied. The trekking routes in Ha Giang fall far enough from the tourist circuit, so you can wander its mountainsides uninterrupted for days at a time, and local interactions are based on mutual curiosity rather than commerce. We’d say that is enough to make it the perfect alternative to trekking in Sapa.

Make no mistake that Ha Giang makes for a rugged trip. Sharing a border with China, Ha Giang is the northernmost point in Vietnam, and often referred to as the country’s final frontier. To put it simply, it’s way the hell out there, and there are a few ways that your plans can fall through the cracks along the way. You won’t have nearly as many options for accommodation, dining, tour guides, etc. in Ha Giang as you would in Sapa, and it’s very possible that your trekking guide will speak limited English.

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