Vietnam is often being amazed by its beautiful nature, from the green terraces of the North stretching to central highland, or the splendid bustle of the Mekong Delta in South. There are many types of trekking that attract tourists or even local travelers, ranging from mountain hiking, jungle trekking, rambling adventures or countryside hitch-hiking. Here are 123242134 of the most well-known trekking places in Vietnam:
Sapa is the town of Lao Cai Province located in the Northeast region. Here standing the highest peak in Indochina – the Mt. Fansipan of Lao Cai with 3142 meters height, which is considered the best trekking spot in Vietnam. Beside the charismatic and grandeur of the mountain scenery, Sapa also win travelers’ heart by the love markets, with the colors of the ethnic minorities’ traditional clothes and the beauty of French architecture existing until now.
2. Pu Luong (Phu Luong)
Located in Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc District of Thanh Hoa Province, Pu Luong (also called Phu Luong) Nature Reserve is the place of spectacular splendor, cultural interest and high biodiversity value. The reserve is located along two parallel mountain ridges, stretching from north-west to south-east, and is divided by a central valley, which contains several human settlements and a large agricultural land area. People coming here are fascinated by its great biodiversity, beautiful flora and fauna which is closely associated with the Cuc Phuong National Park 25km south-east.
3. Mai Chau
Situated in Hoa Binh Province – northeast region of Vietnam, Mai Chau can be seen with a green cover from above, dotted with the houses of ethnic minority group. There are two main tribes making up the largest ethnic population: the White Thai and Black Thai.
4. Cao Bang
Famous for its “Ban Gioc” waterfall on the border with China, Cao Bang is definitely a trekking spot for those interested in untouched jungles with rivers, streams and clean atmosphere.
5. Cuc Phuong National Park
Cuc Phuong is the oldest national park of Vietnam, established in 1962. With the area of 25,000 hectares, this is a home to an amazing diversity of flora, fauna and endangered species. Joining the trekking tours provided by quality tour operators such as EVIVA Tour Vietnam, tourists will have huge chance to satisfy the need of going wild, joining with nature and learning a little of the work that is being done to preserve the endangered native rare.
Author: Ha Linh