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Focus on landscapes photography of the mountainous region in the far north of Vietnam

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    • Tel: +84 437545268 Fax: +84 437545277 info@greentrail-indochina.comA unique way to explore Vietnam Vietnam Northwest and Northeast Photographic Tour Detail Itinerary Highlights: Focus on landscapes photography of the mountainous region in the far north of Vietnam Day 1: Hanoi to Moc Chau – 210 KM - Leave Hanoi at 08.00 AM for 6 hours drive along road 6, lunch break along the way. - Arrive in Moc Chau at 02.00 PM, check in a local hotel, freshen up and short rest. - The rest of afternoon is for taking photo of the surrounding area, featured with high mountains, evergreen tea plantation on terraced fields. - Acc: Standard hotel. Day 2: Moc Chau to Nghia Lo – 149 km - 2 hours in the morning for photo graphy in Moc Chau. - Check out hotel and leave Moc Chau at 10.00 AM for 4 hours road transfer to Nghia Lo. There are several photo stops along the way. Landscapes is composed by high mountains, valleys with rice fields and tea plantation plus beautiful villages of the Thai and Tay ethnics. - Arriving to Nghia Lo in mid afternoon, spend the rest of the afternoon for photography of the valley surrounding Nghia Lo Township. - Acc: Basic hottel in Nghia Lo Day 3: Nghia Lo to Mu Cang Chai – 90 KM - Check out early at 07.30 AM and leave Nghia Lo for 90km driving to Mu Cang Chai. - There are several highlights of the landscapes today: The stunning valley of Tu Le; The spectacular Khau Pha mountain pass and especiallly the terraced rice fields in Mu Cang Chai. - The whole morning is for slow road transfer with many stops for taking photo. - Afternoon is for taking photo of the impressive landscapes around Mu Cang Chai. - Acc: Very basic local guesthouse. Day 4: Mu Cang Chai to Tam Duong – 111 KM - Leave Mu Cang Chai at about 08.00 AM for road transfer to Tam Duong via Than Uyen. It is a long day along the road. This portion of the road runs along the northwest side of Hoang Lien Mountain Range and offers magnificient landscapes which is a combination of highest mountains, marvelous valleys, waterfalls and beautiful streams. - Takes many stops and short walks along the way for taking photos of landscapes and local ethnic peoples. - Arriving in Tam Duong late in the afternoon, check in hotel and relax. - Acc: Basic local guesthouse. Day 5: Tam Duong – Sapa – 42KM - Leave Tam Duong in mid morning for 2 hours road transfer uphill the Tam Ton Pass to get over the Hoang Lien Son mountain range to the east side. This portion offers probably the most stunning and magnificent scenery of the mountainous region in Vietnam. Website: www.greentrailtours.asia / www.greentrailtourism.com / www.asiantrailtours.com Email: greentrailtours@fpt.vn / info@greentrail-indochina.com /tours@greentrailtours.asia Hotline: +84 977372399 Suite 316 - B4 Building - Tran Dang Ninh Street - CauGiay district - Hanoi - Vietnam................................................................................................................................ “Our best advertisement comes from word-of-mouth.” Please don’t keep me a secret......I grow my business through referrals!
    • Tel: +84 437545268 Fax: +84 437545277 info@greentrail-indochina.comA unique way to explore Vietnam - Arriving in Saspa at noon, lunch break and short rest before leaving for Ta Giang Phinh valley. This is amongst the most beautiful valleys around Sapa, a perfect place for photography tours. Spend the rest hours of taking photo and arriving back to Sapa when it gets dark. - Acc: depending on choice Day 6: A days for relax or taking photos around Sapa. Day 7: Sapa – Bac Ha – 110 KM - If interrested, today morning will be arranged for attending one of the regional market of the tribal peoples: Coc Ly, Cao Son, Lung Khau Nhin, or Bac Ha markets. Road transfer may takes from 2.5 to 3 hours to the market place depending on the date of the different markets. - Then transfer from the market place to Bac Ha, check in hotel and short rest. - The rest hours of the afternoon is for photography excursion around Ban Pho and Lau Thi Ngai Valleys. Back to hotel when it gets dark. - Acc: Ngan Nga is reccommended – 2 star. Day 8: Bac Ha – Xin Man – Hoang Su Phi – Ha Giang – 200 KM - Leave Bac Ha early at about 07.30 Am. The road transfer from Bac Ha to Xin Man which takes the whole morning including many photo stops along the border to China. Lunch in Xin Man before taking 1.5 hours driving to Hoang Su Phi. - Having a coffee break in Hoang Su Phi before following road 184 for 62KM downhill to Tan Quang. This portion of the tour gets through the famous landscapes of Ha Giang Province featured with marvelous landscapes of the two high mountain ranges: Tay Con Linh and Kieu Lieu Ti (2nd and 3rd highest ones of Vietnam). Arriving to Tan Quang junction when it gets dark after many photo stops along the way. Please focus on the narrow valley at Nam Dich and Nam Son Commune which is 16Km from Hoang Su Phi. - Drive 45km along the road 2 to Ha Giang in the darkness and arriving to Ha Giang at about 08.00 PM, check in hotel, dinner and relax. - Acc: Huy Hoan - 2 star hotel or Truong Giang River Resort. Day 9: Ha Giang to Quan Ba, Yen Minh and Dong Van – 146KM - Leave Ha Giang at 08.30 after getting security permission from local police for traveling along border region. - The trip todays gets through the famous region of the limestone plateau, passing over 3 stunning mountain passes: Quan Ba, Yen Minh and Pho Cao before driving 32 KM amongst wall-up limestone cliffs. - Enjoy many photo stops along the way. - Arriving to Dong van at about 05.00 PM, spend an hour to take photo of Dong Van valley before it gets dark. - Acc: Rocky Plateau hotel – 2 star. Day 10: Dong Van to Meo Vac, Bao Lac – 73KM - Leave Dong Van at 08.00 Am for Meo Vac. The 28km drive offers unforgetable scenery of Vietnam’s famous wonder: The Ma Pi Leng Pass! This portion of the trip may take several hours to cover because it is a cannot-be-missed part. - Have short coffee break in Meo Vac, then take 2 hours road transfer to Bao Lac town let. for lunch break. - The whole afternoon is for taking photo of surrounding area of Bao Lac, especially along the Gam River. - Acc: Song Gam hotel – Basic. Website: www.greentrailtours.asia / www.greentrailtourism.com / www.asiantrailtours.com Email: greentrailtours@fpt.vn / info@greentrail-indochina.com /tours@greentrailtours.asia Hotline: +84 977372399 Suite 316 - B4 Building - Tran Dang Ninh Street - CauGiay district - Hanoi - Vietnam................................................................................................................................ “Our best advertisement comes from word-of-mouth.” Please don’t keep me a secret......I grow my business through referrals!
    • Tel: +84 437545268 Fax: +84 437545277 info@greentrail-indochina.comA unique way to explore Vietnam Day 11: Bao Lac – Cao Bang – Tra Linh – 167KM - If on 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 of the lunar month, spend 2 hours in the morning to join local tribal peoples at the Bao Lac market where hilltribal peoples in their colourful traditional costumes go to the market for shopping and socialising. - Then leave Bao Lac for 137KM to Cao Bang along the upstream section of the Gam River which highlighted with high mountains, deep and narrow valleys and stunning villages of the Nung and San Chay ethnic peoples. Enjoy many photo stops and short walk along the way. - Having a coffee break in Cao Bang before transfer along a narrow tarmac for 30KM to Tra Linh town let. This portion offers scenery of the remote mountainous region and typical dweling of the Tay ethnic who live in large villages form by traditional houses built on stilts. - Check in local guesthouse and spend the rest of the afternoon to explore the local life. - Acc: Local guesthouse – Basic. Day 12: Tra Linh – Ban Gioc – Cao Bang – 156KM - Breakfast and 1 hour in the morning to pay visit to local market in Tra Linh where the Hmong peoples, living in high mountainous region comes early every morning to sell their local products. - Leave Tra Linh for 2 hours road trip to Ban Gioc Waterfall. Having several stops along the way and about an hour at the Ban Gioc Waterfall which lies right at the borderline and well-known as the most impressive waterfall in Vietnam. - Lunch break and then process to Nguon Ngao Cave which is famous for its natural beauty as well as historical significance. - Then dirve back to Cao Bang via Quang Nguyen district which offers different scenery. - Arriving to hotel at the center of Cao Bang in mid aftternoon. Check in hotel and spend the rest hours of the afternoon to explore this charming township. - Acc: Bang Giang hotel – 3 star. Day 13: Cao Bang - Hanoi – 310KM - full day road transfer back to Hanoi, first along the borderline via Dong Khe, That Khe to Lang Son and then follow national road 1A to Hanoi. - Arrive back to Hanoi at about 6.00PM, drop off at hotel. Website: www.greentrailtours.asia / www.greentrailtourism.com / www.asiantrailtours.com Email: greentrailtours@fpt.vn / info@greentrail-indochina.com /tours@greentrailtours.asia Hotline: +84 977372399 Suite 316 - B4 Building - Tran Dang Ninh Street - CauGiay district - Hanoi - Vietnam................................................................................................................................ “Our best advertisement comes from word-of-mouth.” Please don’t keep me a secret......I grow my business through referrals!