Trekking Attractions In Vietnam

Fansipan, Laos Cai province
Always be the most popular choice for visitors when trekking in Vietnam, Fansipan is considered “the roof of Indochina” with the height of 3143 meter above the sea level. There are three ways to conquer the highest mountain in Vietnam and from Tram Ton to the top is the easiest way. It takes you 2-3 days to complete your discovery.

 Sea of clouds around Fansipan

Nhiu Co  San Peak, Lao Cai Province
Together with Fansipan, Nhiu Co San attracts many visitors come here to discover the mesmerizing views with the lush terraces and the overlooking of paradise-like valley. The stream flowing toward the forest makes the picturesque scenes that you shouldn’t miss in your Vietnam luxury tours.

Sapa, Lao Cai Province
Trekking through the rice fields whilst locals working hard  is definitely your extraordinary experience. Explore the undulating mountains, visitors might feel that they are walking through the clouds and can touch the sky. In the afternoon, smoke from houses warms up your heart and makes you feel at home.

Moc Chau, Son La Province
Considered the paradise of flowers, Moc Chau is the hidden getaway from the buzzing cities. Trekking through the green meadows, the immense tea hills and fields of white flowers lets you find out the simple but alluring beauty of the Northern Vietnam.

"Lost" in the green tea hills 

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