Trekking Tours


Explore the colorful ethnic group and experiencing sheer thrill of travelling through tortuous roads that could be leave a big amazing and interesting on your experiences. Travelling in the moutainous  area of Vietnam will be attracted by beautiful landscape, cuisine specialities and friendly of highland people. Their joy, spirit and purity  can be captured through any lans of camera perfectly. 

  • Trekking in Bac Ha

    This trip takes you to capital of the region that is home to the Flower H'mong. The trek, in Bac Ha is an incredible experience: stunning sunriser, colorful ethnic culture and spectacular mountain scenery, clouds, valleys and terraced rice paddies, will all have you amazed.  

    Visit: Hanoi - Bac Ha
  • Ba Be trekking

    Ba Be Lake and its surrounding area are a limestone paradise.Lakes, waterfalls, caves and unusual rock formations are plentiful, and it is listed as one of Vietnam’s geological centers and biodiversity reservoirs.

    Visit: Hanoi - Ba Be lake
  • Mai Chau trekking

    Whichever corner of the world you are heading to, traveling on foot will bring you close to its nature and culture. This is especially so in Vietnam, a country with hidden charm, sublime nature and reserved, but friendly people. Hiking or trekking adventures in Vietnam will have you discover its greatest treasures.


    About 150 km from Hanoi, Mai Chau is one of the best places in Vietnam for trekking fans. This beautiful valley is home to the Muong and White Thai people, some of the loveliest and friendliest people anywhere.

    Visit: Hanoi - Mai Chau
  • Sapa -  Trek of my dream

    Northern Vietnam is a superb mosaic of Vietnamese ethnic diversity. Its untouched nature, vibrant ethnic markets and warmhearted people will charm you.


    Visit: Hanoi - Sapa - Bac Ha
  • Conquering the Roof of Indochina

    Vietnam with its alluring nature holds great potential to delight even the most seasoned hikes and trekkers. At 3143 Meter, Fanxipan Mountain or “Hoang Lien Son” is the highest mountain in Vietnam, also known as the “Roof of Indochina”. It is merely 9 km southwest of Sapa and lies on the border with China. Fanxipan has begun to lure more and more adventurers to trek to its peak. It is a long and strenuous trek to reach the summit and be rewarded with breathtaking views over Sapa’s villages peacefully nestled in the valleys below and rolling hills soaked in fog and cloud. The mountain also boasts rich tropical forests, with a great diversity of flora and fauna. Hoang Lien Son National Park is home to around 3,000 species of plants and more than 800 species of mammals, reptiles, birds and insects. Many of them are listed in Vietnam’s Red Book of Endangered Species.


    The best time to trek to the summit of Fanxipan is from mid-October to mid-November and during March. During this time, there is no rain and from the end of February to early March, you will have a chance to admire the blooming flowers with brilliant blossoms, violets and orchids.


    Conquer the "Roof of Indochina"!


    Visit: Hanoi - Sapa




Mrs. Helen
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Traveled from 07 Oct 2013 to 18 Oct 2013

"We returned home safely and just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed our journey in Vietnam. We are all so happy and better informed about life in Vietnam after the trip you so carefully organised for us."

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