The element of Ecolodge make the attraction for tourism

Along with the trend of green living, ecotourism is also favored by many domestic and international tourists. Green vacation, eco-holiday or Ecolodge is understood simply as traveling but still protecting the environment and maintaining the peaceful life of the local people. Ecolodge is clearly differentiated from the model of staying at hotel and resort through construction and operation. An Ecolodge must cover 4 basic elements: close to nature, environmental protection, culture, sustainable tourism.

Quang Nam promotes sustainable tourism development

The central coastal province of Quang Nam has strived in its efforts to promote local tourism towards a sustainable model, by exploiting its heritage values combined with new ways of tourism development.

Going green in HCM City with eco-friendly products

As a travel enthusiast, Nguyễn Thị Dạ Lý, 28, spends her leisure time and money on trips to explore the world.

Vĩnh Long aims to become all-singing, all-dancing tourism destination

Authorities in the southern province of Vĩnh Long are trying to turn tourism into a powerhouse of local economic growth.

Puppie cafes thriving in Central Highlands

A visit to the Central Highlands region of Việt Nam offers plenty of incredible tourist experiences, including drinking fresh coffee in the hills and playing with cute puppies.

Hanoi heritages valuable for tourism education

The land of the rising dragon boasts a great number of cultural and historical destinations.

Bat Trang - A star of Hanoi craft village tourism

In the mornings before he opens his traditional house to visitors, Meritorious Artist To Thanh Son prepares tea to welcome his guests.

Biodiversity conservation, tourism combined in national park

With an area of about 31,000 hectares, the Nui Chua National Park features forest, sea and semi-arid spaces, and efforts are being made to conserve its rich biodiversity while tapping into tourism pot.

Sustainable protection needed for Sơn Trà Reserve

Human activities in the Sơn Trà Nature Reserve had changed the basic instincts of langurs and monkeys, while threatening the primate population with human-to-wildlife transmitted diseases, according to biologist Trần Hữu Vỹ.

Tourism helps improve ethnic life in Mu Cang Chai

Tourism has helped remarkably improve the lives of ethnic minority people in Cao Pha commune of Mu Cang Chai district, the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai.