Development of safe and eco-friendly agritourism is a new direction for Nghe An Province after nearly two years of the pandemic badly affecting the tourism sector.
Lam Binh district in Vietnam’s northern province of Tuyen Quang stuns visitors with its diverse ecosystem and a majestic landscape of river, mountains, and forests, this area was inhabited by the ancient Viet people.
As a province located at the end of the Southwest region, An Giang is endowed by nature with distinct features compared to the delta region, with mountains, forests and plain terrain interwoven to create a colourful and rich picture, attracting domestic and foreign tourists to visit and entertain.
More than 700 accommodation establishments in Vietnam have received the travel sustainable badge launched by Booking.com.
Herbal medicines in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai have helped to attract more tourists to the locality.
A trip to the Dong Thap Muoi Center for Medicinal Plant Preservation in Long An Province allows travelers to explore Dong Thap Muoi, arguably the most famed inland wetland in the Mekong Delta, and watch before their eyes and touch natural medicinal herbs. They can also plant vegetables and prepare their own medicines on the spot before taking them home.
The southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau will build 17 eco-tourism routes under a tourism development project at the Con Dao National Park for 2021-2030.
Not rushing on motorbikes, not riding around Hoan Kiem Lake on cyclos and not gliding through streets on double-decker buses, the journey of exploring Hanoi by bicycles is enough for people to enjoy the landscape and realise the nostalgic but very familiar beauty of the capital city.
(TITC) - To prepare for the resuming tourism activities in Ha Noi when the Covid-19 pandemic is under control, the Hanoi Travel Association and the VGreen Sustainable Tourism Club coordinate with localities to develop tourism products suitable to the new situation, ready to serve visitors as soon as allowed.
“Going Home” is a tour to release wild animals to their natural habitats that Cuc Phuong National Park, the oldest national park in the northern province of Ninh Binh, has done so far to raise people’s awareness of wildlife conservation.