The Mai Chau’s proximity to the capital makes it an ideal escape for nature lovers. Here, small ethnic minority villages sit among a patchwork of paddy fields surrounded by green mountains. Spend a night or two immersed in Vietnam’s rural culture, dining on delicious home-cooked cuisine, and learning about the traditions of the ethnic groups.
One glance at the Pu Luong Nature Reserve and you’ll see why the ethnic Thai people made this enchanting valley their home long ago. The slow pace in Pu Luong is a striking contrast to life in the capital just a few hours away. Endless mountains, fertile valleys and pristine jungle are just a few good reasons to visit. Here are seven ways to make the most of your time in this beautiful destination.
We will pick you up at your hotel to start the journey to mountain area of Hoa Binh province. On arrival reservoir board for a cruise to explore entire area include Bo waterfalls, Ngoi Hoa bay and walking to visit Bich & Tru villages where are home of Muong people and learn about their culture and traditional. After the boat trip you continue to Mai Chau for overnight.
*Traditional dance of Thai people as an option
Morning visit nearby villages talking to local people to know more about their culture and traditional, learn how they weaver nice scarfs, cross bow and other hand-made which you can purchase some for souvenirs. In the afternoon, you continue to Pu Luong National park to enjoy nice walking around villages and rice terrace, water wheels.
A morning free to enjoy and wonder around with our guide before return to Hanoi about 180km take about 5:30hrs
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