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Visitors who come to Vietnam are always attracted by its mighty natural beauty, from the yellow northern terraces in the period of harvesting season stretching down to the central highland and the bustling areas of the Mekong Delta in the south. And it would be a shame to not visit without taking part in the most popular types of trekking - hiking its verdant jungles mountains, and fields - so here's list of the best places to fulfill your Vietnam adventure
Being a frontier town of Lao Cai Province in the northwest region of Vietnam, many people have regarded Sapa as the country's top trekking spot in Vietnam from early on. With a peak towering to 3,143 meters, Fansipan Mountain deserves the bright honor of being the roof of Vietnam and the entire Indochina peninsula.
2. Pu Luong
Located on Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc District of Thanh Hoa province, Pu Luong Nature Reserve always proudly remains its ranking as an outstanding place of splendor, cultural interest and valuable biodiversity. It's also worth noticing that this nature reserve lies along two parallel mountain ridges, which stretch from northwest to southeast, and is bisected by a central valley. How wonderful it is when rich forest, limestone mountains, magnificent rice terraces and breathtaking scenery seem to be special gifts of Mother Nature for this region. Experience our Vietnam Trekking Tours now to set foot in Pu Luong and see what you've never seen before!
3. Mai Chau
Some 135 kilometres from Hanoi, Mai Chau is a mountainous area of Hoa Binh province with unique natural beauty, inhabited by ethnic Thai and H’mong groups. Unsurprisingly, the Mai Chau tours definitely offer a wonderful harmony of cultural expedition and natural trekking. Amazing days passing through stunning scenes will lead you to visit isolated villages and stay with locals overnight in their houses. By this way, you will have more opportunities to gain a profound comprehension of villagers' real lives.
4. Cat Ba Island
Do you know that Cat Ba Island is well-known for its rugged limestone mountains, hot and cold springs where ocean waters filled with coral reefs and moist tropical jungle meet together as well as its pristine beaches and plain island lifestyle? Let's experience and feel something unique in this island. You will never be disappointed.
5. Cuc Phuong National Park
Established in 1962, Cuc Phuong is the most long lasting national park of Vietnam, with the amazing dimension of 25,000 hectares. Fascinatingly, the richness in forest's biodiversity considerable when being home of numerous categories of fauna and flora including 307 species of birds, 133 types of mammals, 122 species of reptile, as well as 2,000 plant species. Undoubtedly, Ninh Binh tours in which consist of trekking adventure in Cuc Phuong National Park will linger in your mind forever.
Hopefully this list will leave you with some great ideas for where to go to do trekking in Vietnam. This beautiful country does has much much more to offer. Let's travel to Vietnam and contemplate phenomenal places, people, and things!