With autumn in full swing, here are four excellent homestays near Sapa that offer a perfect combination of comfort and luxury for a holiday that travellers will cherish for a lifetime.
As a former wetland in Cao Lanh District, Dong Thap Province in the Mekong Delta, Xeo Quyt was a revolutionary base in 1960-1975 during the Viet Nam War (1955-1975). On July 20, the 50-hectare Xeo Quyt, of which cajeput forests account for two-fifths, has become an attractive historical and ecological site with thousands of visitors coming a year.
(TITC) - Located in the heart of Dong Thap Muoi Area, Tan Lap Floating Village, Tan Lap Commune, Moc Hoa District, Long An Province is a typical flooded land of the region. It is home to cajuput forest, lotus – water lily, water hyacinth, wild rice and many species of animals as birds, storks, fishes…
(TITC) – Belongs to Son Trach Commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, about 50 kilometers to the northwest of Dong Hoi City, Toi Cave is the only cave in Viet Nam operating ‘‘mud-bathing inside the cave’’ service.
Quiet, authentic, picturesque – Tha village is well known among tourists for its charm and peaceful beauty. Located just 2km from Ha Giang, Tha village stands out for its stilt houses, green bamboo groves and lush rice fields.
Situated between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Da Nang City in the central region, Hai Van Pass draws a large number of tourists from near and far owing to its stunning beauty and the thrills they feel when travelling on the most scenic pass in Viet Nam.
(TITC) - Located in Bai Tu Long Bay, Quan Lan Island (Van Don District, Quang Ninh Province) has become an ideal destination in summer holidays. From Cai Rong Port, visitors take about one hour by speedboat to discover Quan Lan Island.
Visiting the Northwest without climbing Lung Cu Peak? No one would believe it. At the top of 1,700 meters-high Lung Cu Peak is a tower flying the Vietnamese national flag. Go up there without delay!
About eight kilometers southeast of Phan Rang - Thap Cham City, Ninh Thuan Province, the Nam Cuong sand dunes totaling 700 hectares are a must-see place for vistors.